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EDDIE

Enterprise Data Dissemination Informatics Exchange

 
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EDDIE is an interactive health statistics dissemination web tool where you can create customized data tables for various health related data.
The EDDIE system was developed to empower public health professionals by enhancing and expanding upon their ability to use data and statistics to drive public health policy and program decisions.  Users of the EDDIE system must agree to make no attempt to identify an individual, and must agree to notify the Pennsylvania Department of Health, Division of Health Informatics immediately if an individual is inadvertently identified along with an explanation on how this occurred.

The following datasets are available:

 
  • Air Quality
  • Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS)
  • Birth Defects
  • Births
  • Cancer Incidence
  • Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Mortality
  • Childhood Cancer Incidence
  • Childhood Lead Poisoning
  • Children Less Than Age 5 Living in Poverty
  • Communicable Diseases (other than STDs)
  • Deaths
  • Drinking Water Quality
  • Hospitalizations
  • Housing by Year Built
  • Infant Deaths
  • Population
  • Reported Pregnancies
  • Reproductive Health Outcomes
  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs)

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EDDIE is the Pennsylvania Department of Health's primary tool for data dissemination.  This is also the replacement for our legacy EpiQMS system, which has been disabled.  We are working to add additional functionality to the EDDIE system in the future, including charts, county assessments, and additional maps. We are also planning to add new datasets in the coming years.

 

 DISCLAIMER: If you use any of the data provided, please include the following statement in any publication or release:
"These data were provided by the Division of Health Informatics, Pennsylvania Department of Health.  The Department specifically disclaims responsibility for any analyses, interpretations, or conclusions."