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NJSHAD Users' Stories

Since its launch, NJSHAD has provided users with 24/7 access to state public health datasets, statistics, and information on the health status of New Jerseyans. The self-serve nature of the system makes it much faster and easier to obtain state and local data. Here are some ways users have been helped by having access to NJSHAD.
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COVID Mortality
NEW! Providing Up-to-Date Mortality Data during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Provisional death counts by age, race/ethnicity, sex, place, and cause of death (Nov 2021)
Nurture NJ
Utilizing NJSHAD for Detailed Maternal and Infant Health Data
NJSHAD data helps identify racial inequity in health outcomes (Sep 2021)
Penn Medicine Princeton Health
NJSHAD Helps Hospitals Meet the Needs of Their Communities
NJSHAD for community health assessment (Mar 2020)
Trenton Kids Count
Advocates for Children of New Jersey
NJSHAD's easily available data made this report possible (Aug 2019)
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)
Providing Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS) Data on NJSHAD
NJSHAD is customizable, generates graphics automatically, and cuts down on data requests (Jul 2019)
Advocates for Children of New Jersey
NJSHAD Provides Critical Data for Identifying and Addressing NJ's Child Health Issues
NJSHAD supplies accurate, detailed, timely data (Aug 2018)
SIDS Center of NJ
NJSHAD Helps New Jersey's Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Center Reduce Infant Deaths
NJSHAD used in research and education efforts (Feb 2016)
NJ Statewide Parent Advocacy Network
NJSHAD Helps NJ-SPAN Serve Families of Children with Disabilities
NJSHAD used for non-profit's grant applications (Jul 2015)
NJDOH Efficiency
NJSHAD Provides Detailed Birth and Death Datasets for Community Planning While Improving Timeliness
NJSHAD made this employee more efficient (Jan 2015)
The Partnership for Maternal and Child Health of Northern New Jersey
Providing Useful and Easy-to-Access Data for Improved Maternal and Child Health Services
NJSHAD made this grant application easy (Apr 2014)
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