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HCA 105 Foundations of Healthcare: Reference Sources
More than 150 primary-source historic documents that will help readers understand how U.S. health policies have evolved to the point where they now exert a tremendous influence over virtually every aspect of American life, from the commercial fortunes of industries to the household budgets of ordinary families.
Annual summaries on the status of health in the United States. Includes detailed statistical tables. The most recent copy is located in the Reference collection, while the older issues are in the Government Documents collection.
The Statistical Abstract of the United States, is a fascinating and authoritative collection of facts and figures covering virtually every aspect of American life. The official Federal summary of statistics is derived from both government and private statistical sources ”this reference covers everything from agriculture to construction, forestry to law enforcement, and national security to transportation. It is a continuation of the Statistical Abstract of the United States that was published by the Bureau of the Census department.
The Massachusetts ODMOA facilitates and coordinates the collection, access to, and use of public health data in order to monitor and improve population health. Our data are used to improve public health practice, assess community health needs, support research and grant applications, and policy development. (from website)