County Health Rankings Data
The County Health Rankings & Roadmaps program is a collaboration between the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute. The RWJF believes America can become a nation where getting healthy, staying healthy, and making sure our children grow up healthy are top priorities.
Annual County Health Rankings measure vital health factors to rank each county within each state. This ranking is done nationwide in order to compare counties in each state. The rankings listed below show how the counties in the Two Rivers Public Health District relate to other counties in Nebraska.
Reports on data collected for the state of Nebraska
Behavioral Risk Factors Surveillance Survey
The Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) is a phone interview system conducted nationwide to understand health related risk behaviors in adult populations. These interviews are conducted with over 400,000 adults each year. This link gives you more information on what data was collected.
This is a one-page summary table giving information about adults 18 and older during the 2016 phone interviews. It covers information such as general health status, cancer screening, overweight and obesity, and more.
This is a detailed table covering 5 years of information collected during phone interviews for the Two Rivers Public Health District.