- Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ)
- AHRQ, a part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, is the lead agency charged with supporting research designed to improve the quality of health care, reduce its cost, and broaden access to essential services. AHRQ's broad programs of research bring practical, science-based information to medical practitioners and to consumers and other health care purchasers.
- Atlas of Stroke Mortality: Racial, Ethnic, and Geographic Disparities in the United States
- Developed by the CDC, this site includes interactive state maps allowing a county-by-county break down of information. It shows local disparities in stroke death rates for the 5 largest racial and ethnic groups in the US.
- Census 2000 Gateway
- This page presents data, facts and reports from the latest US Census
- Current Index to Statistics
- Covers statistics and related fields. Citations and abstracts with some full text. A subset of the CSI database.
- Health, United States, 1975-
- International Society for Pharmacoeconomics & Outcomes Research
- JSTOR Backfiles
- The Archives Collections are multi-disciplinary and discipline-specific collections that include complete runs of journals. These collections span across more than 50 disciplines of academic content.
- National Center for Health Statistics
(Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
- Office of Research & Statistics, South Carolina State Budget & Control Board
- This site provides statistical information about South Carolina. A wide variety of health statistics, including information about the supply of health professionals, is available. Some manipulation of data relating to inpatient discharges, emergency room visits, outpatient visits and health professionals allows you to tailor a report to a specific county or health care facility. Demographic information collected in South Carolina as well as data from the U.S. Census Bureau relating to South Carolina is included. Reports can be generated to provide information at the community and county levels.
- State Health Facts
- U.S. Census Bureau
(U.S. Census Bureau)