Our COVID-19 BRFSS modeling project attempts to downscale Center for Disease Control's (CDC) BRFSS survey questions to a county level – focusing on key health indicators related to COVID-19, including: cardiovascular disease (heart angina, heart attack), respiratory disease (COPD, asthma), smoking, hypertension, kidney disease, depression, obesity, overweight, diabetes, stroke, and asthma. Given the impact of the social determinants on health, we also provide county level data for four key factors that impact health using the American Community Survey (ACS): poverty, education, insurance, and limited English.
Response to survey question:
American Community Survey (ACS)
Drivers of health:
2020 ACS 5-Year Estimates
* Out of 44 counties in Idaho (Rank = 1 means county has lowest health risk for this metric. Rank = 44 means county has highest health risk for this metric.)
This dashboard was made possible by National Initiative to Address COVID-19 Health Disparities through Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), #OT21-2103. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Idaho Dept of Health and Welfare, or CDC.