Data Resource Directory

The Cambia Grove Data Resource Directory highlights valuable resources that are available to changemakers in health care.

Data resources included in this directory are required to meet the following criteria:

  1. the data could be used to improve the health of individuals or populations,
  2. the data is currently accessible to health care changemakers,
  3. the steps to gain access are clear.

To edit your existing data resource, please email

BetterDoctor / Quest Analytics

BetterDoctor Provider Data API

Accurate healthcare provider data that you can count on through primary source attestation.
Foundation for Health Care Quality

FHCQ Care Outcome Assessment Programs

There are four active Care Outcomes Assessment Programs (COAP) built around their respective clinical registries that record a significant percentage of all procedures in Washington State.

Almost every hospital in the state participates in one or more of our programs:

Cardiac COAP - for cardiac procedures (100%)
Spine COAP - for spine surgery (70%)
Surgical COAP - for bariatric and bowel surgery (30%)
OB COAP - for obstetrical care (35%)
Global Alzheimer's Association Interactive Network (GAAIN)


GAAIN's powerful interactive tools allow users to explore data and create cohorts across multiple data sources and run immediate preliminary analysis while upholding the data control, security, and privacy policies of data owners. These tools are freely accessible to all at A wide and vastly varying range of metadata from nearly 500,000 subjects can be explored using these tools. Attributes include demographics, assessments, health factors, biologicals, imaging and genetics.
Washington Health Alliance

Community Checkup Results / Clinic Rosters

The Alliance makes available data files containing detailed quality results from Community Checkup reports and/or clinic/physician rosters for Washington state.
Washington State DOH, OSPI, HCA & LCB

Healthy Youth Survey (HYS)

The Healthy Youth Survey (HYS) is administered in the fall of even years to students in grades 6, 8, 10 and 12 in WA. The survey contains questions about a wide variety of adolescent health and behavior topics, from substance use to bullying to water safety to suicidal ideation. Schools choose whether to register for the survey. Each year a state sample is taken, as are county samples for the larger counties. The state sample is used when comparing state-level estimates from year to year.