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.

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Colorado All Payer Claims Database

The CO APCD is the state's most comprehensive source of health care insurance claims information representing the majority of covered lives in the state across commercial health insurance plans, Medicare, and Health First Colorado (Colorado's Medicaid program).
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.
Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington

Global Burden of Disease (GBD)

IHME strives to improve the health of the world's populations by making available the highest-quality information on population health, its determinants, and the performance of health systems. Transparency is one of IHME's core principles and we are working to help expand access to the raw data that we use in our evaluations.

IHME Client Services is a social enterprise within the University of Washington, which promotes and licenses IHME's population health data to private sector organizations.
Leavitt Partners Insight

Torch Insight

Torch Insight, from Leavitt Partners, provides comprehensive and accurate data on the unique attributes of ACOs, bundled payments, hospitals, physician groups, insurance carriers, and more. We make complex decisions easier by aggregating multiple data sources in a user-friendly platform. Our team has integrated and linked thousands of variables from public and proprietary data sources, allowing clients to quickly answer complex questions that traditional data resources can't solve on their own.
State Health Access Data Assistance Center

State Health Compare

State Health Compare allows users to generate customized reports for a range of state-level health estimates, drawing on multiple data sources.
United States Department of Health and Human Services

The site is dedicated to making high value health data more accessible to entrepreneurs, researchers, and policy makers in the hopes of better health outcomes for all.
Washington State Department of Health

Washington Tracking Network

The primary goal of the Washington Tracking Network (WTN) is to improve public and public health professional web access to environmental and public health data and information to promote investigation and action to improve the health of communities. The target audiences are public health practitioners, healthcare providers, community members, and policy makers.

Some topics in WTN include: air quality, asthma, birth outcomes, cancer, climate change, heart disease, pesticides and opioids.
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.
Washington State Office of Financial Management

Washington State All-Payer Claims Database (WA-APCD)

The WA-APCD is the state's most complete source of health and dental insurance data. It contains claims from more than 30 commercial health care payers; the Medicaid program, including its five managed care plans; and Medicare Advantage, the HMO products for Medicare members. The WA-APCD has historical claims data starting in 2013, and each calendar quarter, the most current claims data are added to the all-payer dataset. Data from Washington's workers' compensation program are also available.