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USET Data Portal Resources/Information

The USET Data Portal is a tool to help with planning and evaluating health programs by:
  • Providing comprehensive information on Tribal health;
  • Tracking and evaluating progress toward goals;
  • Guiding policy decisions, priorities and long-term strategic plans; and
  • Developing, focusing, and streamlining data collection and reporting capacity.


Presentations from conferences are available below

Informational Materials

USET has produced several informational videos and other training materials:

USET Hepatitis C Project ECHO

We are excited to announce the launch of the USET Hepatitis C Project ECHO clinic on October 21, 2019! These clinics will occur every second Monday of each month at 11:00 AM CST/12:00 PM EST until 11:45 AM CST/12:45 PM EST. Due to holidays, the first two clinics will be October 21 and November 18. We welcome you to submit a case presentation form (attached) and join the USET Hepatitis C Project ECHO clinic. Through ECHO's virtual clinics, primary care clinicians collaborate with a team of specialists to learn best practices for treating and curing hepatitis C. Our clinics include case presentations, recommendations from expert faculty, and didactic sessions.


United States Census Bureau: My Tribal Area
The Census Bureau collects data for the American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) population and publishes specific counts, estimates, and statistics. My Tribal Area gives you quick and easy access to selected statistics from the American Community Survey (ACS). The ACS provides detailed demographic, social, economic, and housing statistics every year for the nation's communities. My Tribal Area is powered by the Census Application Programming Interface (API).

National Library of Medicine
Every racial or ethnic group has specific health concerns. Differences in the health of groups can result from:
  • Genetics
  • Environmental factors
  • Access to care
  • Cultural factors
On this page, you'll find links to health issues that affect Native Americans.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: American Indian and Alaska Native Population
On This Page:
  • Demographics
  • Leading Causes of Death
  • Other Important Health Issues
  • Contributing Factors to Health Disparities
  • Health Statistics
  • Government Resources
  • Funding

American Diabetes Association American Indian/Alaska Native Programs
On This Page:
  • In My Community
  • Awareness Programs
  • American Indian/Alaska Native Programs
  • Awakening the Spirit
  • Awakening the Spirit Team
  • Renew Special Diabetes Programs for Indians
  • Tips For Meeting With Your Members Of Congress
  • Other Resources for American Indian/Alaska Natives

IHS Immunization Resources page
On This Page:
  • Preventable Disease Information and Resources
  • Immunization Schedules
  • IHS Immunization Software Resources and Trainings

IHS National Full GPRA Logic

Short helpful videos on specific GPRA measures

IHS Immunization Package Resources

Technical Definitions:

  • Age-adjustment: This is a technique that applies weights from a standard population to incidence or prevalence rates, so that populations with different age distributions can be compared correctly.
  • Community Health Profile: A comprehensive description of a community's health status and the resources available to address health needs.
  • Confidence Intervals: A range of values that an event or rate is predicted to fall within. The use of confidence intervals is recommended when comparing rates based on small numbers.
  • Incidence: Number of new events occuring in a specific time period.
  • Prevalence: Number of new AND old cases occurring in a specific time period. This is frequently used with chronic disease because the onset can be difficult to determine.
  • Primary Data: Data collected or observed from first-hand experience (e.g., medical records)
  • Proportion: A special type of ratio in which the numerator is included in the denominator.
  • Rate: A proportion where the number of events which occurred is compared to the population for which the event could have occurred, multiplied by a quantity of 10. For example, Crude Death Rate=Deaths/Population*1,000
  • Secondary Data: Data collected by someone other than the user (e.g., census, national data)
  • User Population: To be included in the user population, one must: 1) have at least one visit in the last 3 years to designated clinic; 2) live in a specific geographic area; and 3) be alive at the end of the reporting period.

Please contact us for data not currently available on the USET Data Portal or if you have any questions, concerns, or suggestions. USET can provide additional data upon request.

The information provided above is from the USET Data Portal web site. The information published on this website may be reproduced without permission. Please use the following citation: "Retrieved Sat, 28 January 2023 10:35:18 from the United South and Eastern Tribes, Tribal Epidemiology Center's Data Portal Web site:".

Content updated: Fri, 20 Sep 2019 14:08:49 CDT