New Mexico Department of Health
Our mission is to promote health and wellness, improve health outcomes, and assure safety net services for all people in New Mexico.

Health Data

Here you'll find a wealth of health data documents consolidated in one place for you to browse and explore. We highlight featured, latest, and popular health data below.

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Resources

Indicator-Based Information System

Track and evaluate progress toward goals; guide policy decisions, priorities and long-range strategic plans, Develop; focus, and streamline data collection and reporting capacity; provide comprehensive information of New Mexico's health and health care system.New Mexico's Indicator-Based Information System (NM-IBIS) is your source for data and information on New Mexico's priority public health issues. The mission of the New Mexico Department of Health is to promote health and wellness, improve health outcomes, and assure safety net services for all people in New Mexico. NM-IBIS provides access to the data that can help provide answers to realize the health goals of New Mexico.

Environmental Public Health Tracking System

Summarizes air quality and water quality data as well as environmental health outcomes such as asthma, myocardial infarction (heart attack), birth defects, reproductive outcomes, thyroid cancer, and leukemia. It includes studies on the linkage of ozone in air with asthma, and arsenic in drinking water with bladder cancer. It also provides warning systems based on real-time satellite data for wildfires, dust, heat waves, and other weather events.The Environmental Public Health Tracking (EPHT) website summarizes air quality and water quality data as well as environmental health outcomes such as asthma, myocardial infarction (heart attack), birth defects, reproductive outcomes, thyroid cancer, and leukemia. It includes studies on the linkage of ozone in air with asthma, and arsenic in drinking water with bladder cancer. It also provides warning systems based on real-time satellite data for wildfires, dust, heat waves, and other weather events.


New Mexico Epidemiology Reports

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New Mexico Epidemiology Briefs

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Featured

Photo of the health data cover. Sexual Violence Prevention Evaluation FY16
Sexual Violence Prevention - Injury Prevention
June 12, 2017

Three objectives were identified for evaluation: change norms surrounding the acceptability of sexual violence; create safer environments through changes to organizational policies and infra…

Photo of the health data cover. New Mexico Substance Abuse State Epidemiology Profile 2017
Substance Abuse Epidemiology - Substance Abuse
April 19, 2017

The New Mexico Substance Abuse Epidemiology Profile is a tool for substance abuse prevention planners at the state, county, and community level.


Latest

Photo of the health data cover. Human Plague Case in New Mexico in 2017
Zoonotic Diseases - Infectious Disease
June 14, 2017

Human cases of plague in New Mexico.

Photo of the health data cover. Human Cases of Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome in New Mexico in 2017
Zoonotic Diseases - Infectious Disease
June 14, 2017

Map of human Hantavirus cases in New Mexico by county.


Popular

Photo of the health data cover. Drug Abuse Patterns and Trends in New Mexico
Substance Abuse Epidemiology - Substance Abuse
September 10, 2004

The task of assessing and monitoring drug abuse patterns and trends has become increasingly more challenging in recent years. Drug patterns are constantly changing. New drugs are being manuf…

Photo of the health data cover. New Mexico Tribal Occupational Health Needs Assessment: A Report to Native American Communities
Occupational Health Surveillance - Health Assessment
August 26, 2009

At 9.3% of New Mexico's population, Native Americans are a vital part of the state's workforce. In recent years there has been a boom of industry on New Mexico's reservations, especially in …