Close menu Resources for... William & Mary
W&M menu close William & Mary

Other Health Datasets

National Level

Data Title:      Health Expenditures by Age and Gender
Year(s):           2002-2012
Level:              National
Source:           Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
File Format:   .csv
Description:  Personal health care (PHC) spending by type of good or service and by source of funding (private health insurance, Medicare, Medicaid, out-of-pocket, and all other payers and programs) is available for five age groups: 0-18, 19-44, 45-64, 65-84, and 85 and over and for males and females for selected years from 2002 through 2012.
Website:          Health Expenditures by Age and Gender
Data Files:       Data in CSV format [ZIP, 44KB]

Data Title:      Historical National Health Expenditure Accounts (NHEA)
Year(s):           1960-2016
Level:              National
Source:           Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
File Format:   .csv, .xls
Description:  The NHEA are the official estimates of total health care spending in the United States. Dating back to 1960, the NHEA measures annual U.S. expenditures for health care goods and services, public health activities, government administration, the net cost of health insurance, and investment related to health care. The data are presented by type of service, sources of funding, and type of sponsor.
Website: National Health Expenditure Accounts
Data Files:
NHE Tables [ZIP, 469KB]
National Health Expenditures by Type of Service and Source of Funds, CY 1960-2016 [ZIP, 210KB]
NHE Summary Including Share of GDP, CY 1960-2016 [ZIP, 28KB]
Sponsor Highlights [ZIP, 248KB]

Data Title:      National Health Expenditure Projections
Year(s):           1960-2025
Level:              National
Source:           Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
File Format:   .csv, .xls
Description:   The Office of the Actuary in the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services annually produces projections of health care spending for categories within the National Health Expenditure Accounts, which track health spending by source of funds (for example, private health insurance, Medicare, Medicaid), by type of service (hospital, physician, prescription drugs, etc.), and by sponsor (businesses, households, governments). The latest projections begin after the latest historical year (2013) and go through 2025.  The projections for 2014-2025 focus on an outlook for spending in which the scheduled Medicare physician payment rate updates under the Sustainable Growth Rate formula do not occur, including a reduction of approximately 21 percent effective April 1, 2015. Instead, physician fee schedule rates are assumed to grow zero percent in 2015 and 0.6 percent annually for 2016-2023, a method and rate consistent with the projected baseline scenario in the 2014 Medicare Trustees Report.
Website:          National Health Expenditure Projections
Data Files:
NHE Projections 2009-2025 - Tables [ZIP, 298KB]
NHE Historical and Projections 1960-2025 [ZIP, 25KB]

Single Year of Data

Data Title:      Minority Health
Level:              State
Year(s):           Single year or years grouped together (see website for details)
Source:           Kaiser Family Foundation
File Format:   .csv
Description:  Data include information on demographics, health coverage, births, mortality, health status, women’s health disparities, men’s health disparities, medical school graduates by race/ethnicity, and HIV/AIDS.  Each of these categories has its own subcategories providing information on each state.

To download data, click on indicator of interest.
Website/Data Files:     Minority Health

Data Title
:      Prescription Drug Use
Year(s):           2010 alone or groups of years together
Level:              State
Source:           Dartmouth Atlas of Health Care
File Format:   .xls
Description:   Data include the percent of Part D enrollees receiving effective prescription therapy, discretionary medications, and high-risk medications, as well as overall utilization and spending for prescription drugs.
Website:          Prescription Drug Use
Data Files:       State Level Data