The Health of Denver 2011 report was developed by the Department of Environmental Health (DEH) at the City and County of Denver and Denver Public Health (DPH), a department of the Denver Health and Hospital Authority.
The purposes of the report are to:
- Identify important health trends in Denver
- Show changes in health in Denver over time
- Compare health outcomes in Denver to the state of Colorado and to national goals
- Identify disparities in health in Denver
To produce this report, a core group of staff met over the past year. This group identified topics and data sources, engaged partners, and developed tools to assess health. A broad array of experts and community stakeholders participated in choosing the measures, identifying data sources, and recognizing key trends.
This report is divided into 14 topic areas. These include:
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