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2021 Trauma Report identifies opportunities for injury prevention

By | October 24th, 2022|Preparedness|

Public health oversees many areas, one of which is the Arizona trauma system. Each year, the State Trauma Advisory Board collaborates with the ADHS Bureau of EMS and Trauma System to publish a report summarizing trauma in Arizona. Data reported to the Arizona State Trauma Registry from Arizona trauma centers is analyzed to illustrate top [...]

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Haven’t received the Omicron COVID-19 booster? Change that today

By | October 5th, 2022|Preparedness|

Nearly 200,000 Arizonans have received new COVID-19 boosters designed to guard against current Omicron subvariants that have dominated around the country. Even with millions in our state fully vaccinated, that number needs to be much, much higher to protect our most vulnerable against severe outcomes. There has been considerable news coverage nationally about lower-than-hoped-for uptake [...]

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Opioid Overdoses Surveillance Report available for 2020-2021

By | September 9th, 2022|Prevention|

More than 2,000 Arizonans lost their lives to opioid overdoses in 2021, with fentanyl the most commonly reported drug in opioid overdoses. You'll find this and other key information in the just-published Opioid Overdoses Surveillance Report, 2020-2021. Producing this report is just one way ADHS continues to battle a crisis in which five Arizonans die [...]

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We’ve improved our monthly report on COVID-19 outcomes by vaccination status

By | September 7th, 2022|Preparedness|

For months, our report detailing COVID-19 outcomes by vaccination status has provided a telling look at the benefits of getting vaccinated.  Now we've updated this monthly report to look at outcomes for those who are up-to-date for all recommended COVID-19 vaccinations, including recommended booster doses, and those who have received at least one COVID-19 vaccination [...]

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What’s Our Most Popular Report?

By | June 7th, 2013|General|

It's called the 2011 Arizona Health Status and Vital Statistics Annual Report... and last year's report got hit upon 2,000,000 times.  It gives our most granular public health information of the year including refined health statistics on pregnancies, births, reportable diseases, deaths, inpatient hospitalizations, emergency room visits, marriages, divorces and population for Arizona.  The report provides critical data for health policy formulation, [...]

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State Personnel Annual Report

By | September 17th, 2012|General|

The ADOA published a very interesting annual report about the state government’s workforce this week.  It includes over 30 charts and tables of information regarding the status of the State’s workforce. Some of the highlights in this year’s report include: 1) the number of active employees; 2) vacant positions; 3) average salaries of covered employees; and [...]

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Congrats Arizona State Hospital

By | August 4th, 2010|General|

  Congratulations to our team at the Arizona State Hospital- which was ranked in the top 20% of all US psychiatric hospitals.  The report was put together by the US News and World Report and ranks psychiatric hospitals using objective criteria as well as the hospital’s reputation with clinicians.  Overall, ASH ranked number 31 of [...]

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