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Appendix B Some Current Health Indicator Reports The report, Health Indicators: A Review of Reports Currently in Use, iden- tified and discussed the 34 different indicator sets listed below. Reports selected for inclusion âhad to be created from high-quality and currently available data, relevant to important health problems, and created through the use of participatory processes and involving reputable individuals and organizationsâ (Wold, 2008). â¢ Americaâs Children â¢ Americaâs Health Ranking â¢ Australiaâs Measures of Progress â¢ Boston Indicators Project â¢ Canadian Index of Well-being/Prototype â¢ Commission to Build a Healthier America â¢ ommonwealth Fund State Scorecard on Health System C Performance â¢ Communities Count (Seattle King County, Washington) â¢ Community Health Status Indicators â¢ Dartmouth Atlas of Health Care â¢ Early Childhood IndicatorsâProject Thrive â¢ Environmental Public Health Indicators Project â¢ Five Million Lives â¢ Georgia Health Disparities Report â¢ Health Care Costs 101 â¢ Health of Wisconsin Report Card 2007 71
72 STATE OF THE USA HEALTH INDICATORS â¢ Healthy People 2010 Leading (max. set) â¢ Hospital Compare â¢ acksonville Indicators for ProgressâJCCI 2007 Quality of Life J Report â¢ Kids Count â¢ Los Angeles County Key Health Indicators â¢ National Healthcare Disparities Report â¢ National Healthcare Quality Report â¢ New York City Community HealthÂ Profiles â¢ New York City Health Disparities Report â¢ ECD Factbook 2008: Economic, Environmental and Social O Statistics â¢ OECD Health Care Quality Index â¢ Older Americans 2008: Key Indicators of Well-Being â¢ Patient Safety in America Hospitals Study (Third Annual) â¢ Prevention InstituteâPrototype â¢ he Boston Paradox: Too Much Healthcare and Not Enough T Health â¢ rends and Indicators in the Changing Health Care Marketplace T Chartbook â¢ Trust for Americaâs Health: Top 10 Priorities for Prevention â¢ World Health Organization