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The Denver Open Data Catalog will move to a new application on 6/27/2024. The URL will remain the same, and the new application will have enhanced functionality. Users will be able to visualize and filter the data before downloading. Although it is a user-friendly format, the new application will also include an instructional video. All REST service URLs will remain the same.


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Last updated 12/17/2019
CDPHE used a model-based approach to measure the relationship between age, race, gender, poverty, education, location and health conditions or risk behavior indicators and applied this relationship to predict the number of persons' who have the health conditions or risk behavior for each census tract...
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Last updated 12/18/2019
The estimate for each census tract represents an average that was derived from multiple years of Colorado Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System data (2013-2016).CDPHE used a model-based approach to measure the relationship between age, race, gender, poverty, education, location and health conditions...
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Last updated 11/21/2019
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has developed community level estimates for the number of adults ever diagnosed with Diabetes (excluding gestational, borderline, or pre-diabetes) for each census tract in Colorado based on modeled survey data collected in the Colorado Behavioral...
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Last updated 12/17/2019
BMI data is obtained from each systems' electronic health record and combined into one database managed by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. These data represent individuals who presented for routine care at one of the participating health care organizations, and had a valid height...
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Last updated 12/17/2019
BMI data is obtained from each systems' electronic health record and combined into one database managed by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. These data represent individuals who presented for routine care at one of the participating health care organizations, and had a valid height...