State-by-State

Click a state for a short guide to its available data.

 

Vital Statistics ReportInfant mortality, birth rate, and more basic statistics in a variety of reports
Interactive DataThe Alabama Center for Health Statistics operates an online database query tool. Members of the public can use this tool to find county-level data related to pregnancy and childbirth. Users can customize queries by selecting a host of variables ranging from race/ethnicity, age group, and marital status, to pregnancy characteristics such as low birth weight, prenatal care use, cesarean deliveries, smoking during pregnancy, and more.
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth. Scroll down for special reports on breastfeeding and postpartum depression, among other topics.
Hospital Level Cesarean DataThis site has cesarean rates at individual hospitals for some states.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Alabama receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsAlabama Department of Public Health Publications
Tables on Pregnancy and Birth Topics
Vital Statistics ReportThe "Statewide: 1992-2009" link includes numbers and percents of births for mothers of different ages, risk factors, education, at different locations (i.e. hospital, birth center, home), method of delivery, how much prenatal care they received, and both preterm and low birth weight babies. For example, you can learn that 1.4% of moms had a VBAC in 2009.
Pregnancy Risk
Assessment Monitoring
System (PRAMS)
PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth. See the sidebar on the left for Alaska's PRAMS reports.
Hospital Level Cesarean DataThis site has cesarean rates at individual hospitals for some states.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Alaska receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
More coming soon! American Samoa receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
Vital Statistics ReportsInfant mortality, birth rate, and more basic statistics in a variety of reports
Hospital Level Cesarean DataThis site has cesarean rates at individual hospitals for some states.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Arizona receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsAZ Fetal, Perinatal, and Maternal Death
AZ Teenage Pregnancy Reports
AZ Birth Defects Monitoring Program Check out the AZ Birth Defects Monitoring Program reports.
Vital Statistics ReportAR Maternal and Child Health Reports These reports include county-level data related to births, abortions, and infant deaths among others.
Interactive DataThe Health Statistics Branch of the Arkansas Department of Public Health operates an online query system that allows users to identify aggregate data related to low birth weight, fertility, infant mortality, hospital discharges, and more.
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth. Be sure to scroll down to see a variety of useful reports generated from PRAMS data.
Hospital Level Cesarean DataThis site has cesarean rates at individual hospitals for some states.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Arkansas receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Vital Statistics ReportBrowse a variety of reports using CA's vital statistics data.
Interactive DataTry Ask CHIS! or the Vital Statistics Query System to create customized queries on a number of birth-related topics.
Hospital Level Cesarean DataThis site has cesarean rates at individual hospitals for some states.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, California receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsMaternal and Infant Health Assessment (MIHA) Survey The California Department of Public Health maintains data and reports related to maternal and child health as part of this survey. MIHA collects population-based information about maternal health status, health behavior, knowledge, and experiences before, during and shortly after pregnancy. MIHA fact sheets include information about smoking and alcohol during pregnancy, unplanned pregnancies, and perinatal health disparities.
Improved Perinatal Outcomes Data Reports (IPODR) Data elements can be extracted from the California birth certificate and hospital discharge records down to the ZIP code level and filtered by race/ethnicity and/or maternal age. In addition to data concerning prenatal care and birth outcomes, users can also access data related to primary and repeat cesarean deliveries, as well as birth intervals, and payment methods.
Vital Statistics ReportVisit the Colorado Health Information Dataset for Vital Statistics, including Birth data. You can search the Birth Data by county or even neighborhood (Denver). Birth Data Statistics can also be customized when clicking on Full Birth Query.
Interactive DataView the full lists of datasets for Colorado and start with Colorado Health Indicators. Click on Inventory List and then Indicator List by Maternal and Child Health. This will open an Excel File, which will highlight in green which topics are relevant to Maternal and Child Health in that dataset. You can then use the Indicator Finder the customize your search. Also try Colorado Environmental Public Health Tracking to get information on Birth Defects or Reproductive and Birth Outcomes.
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth.
Hospital Level Cesarean DataColorado Hospital Price Report is “a joint project of the Colorado Hospital Association and the Department of Regulatory Agencies, Division of Insurance. This website is intended to provide consumers and purchasers of health care with information about hospital charges and insurance company or health maintenance organization reimbursement rates.” Here, you can find hospital discharge data and cesarean rates by hospital in Colorado. This website may have additional information, as well.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Colorado receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsCO Health Disparities Report and Data
Vital Statistics ReportsReports based on yearly data regarding births and fetal deaths, which include aggregate information about timing and adequacy of prenatal care and birth outcomes (i.e., low birth weight, preterm birth) by county, city, and major demographic subgroups.
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth.
Hospital Level Cesarean DataThis site has cesarean rates at individual hospitals for some states.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Connecticut receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsConnecticut Department of Public Health Reports issues reports related to a variety of maternal and child health topics. These reports explore issues surrounding perinatal health disparities, infant mortality, low birth weight, WIC participation, and pregnancy risk assessment results, among others.
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth.
Hospital Level Cesarean DataDelaware Health Statistics Center issues hospital discharge data, including cesarean section rates by hospital in the state of Delaware. Also, check here for more information on cesarean rates in Delaware hospitals.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Delaware receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsDelaware Department of Public Health Reports issues a series of reports on relevant maternal and child health topics such as infant mortality, perinatal health disparities, breastfeeding, hospital discharge summaries, birth, WIC, and pregnancy.
Title V Needs AssessmentThe District of Columbia receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
More coming soon! Federated States of Micronesia receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
Vital Statistics ReportYou can use the Vital Statistics data to search by your county and year of interest. Florida also has an interactive annual vital statistics report.
Interactive DataFlorida has a wide array of interactive data offerings. You can examine birth rates and birth counts using a variety of filters. Also, Florida has data queries available for various maternal and child health topics. Start by selecting a topic of interest from the Find an Indicator Menu. Topics include birth defects, family planning, WIC participation, risk behaviors during pregnancy (i.e., smoking, drug and alcohol use), teenage birth rates (primary and repeat), birth outcomes (i.e., preterm birth, low birth weight), delivery methods, birth venue (i.e. hospital vs. non-hospital), timing and adequacy of prenatal care, inter-conceptional period, maternal stress, and breastfeeding initiation and duration, among others.
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth.
Hospital Level Cesarean DataThere are two places you can look for hospital-level cesarean data. One is the Florida Health Finder. Also this site may have information, as well. Click on the image of the PDF for the full report.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Florida receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsFlorida Report on Live Births
Florida Report on Fetal and Infant Deaths
Vital Statistics ReportInfant mortality, birth rate, and more basic statistics in a variety of reports
Interactive DataThe Online Analytical Statistical Information System (OASIS) is useful for performing data queries about maternal and child health topics. Start by clicking a link of interest under the MCH heading. From there, you can choose to generate either a table or a map using various filters. Users can run maternal and child data queries, make maps, and create charts for data at the county, public health district and demographic cluster from 1994 until current year. Indicators captured through these tools include preterm birth, low birth weight, timing and adequacy of prenatal care, and infant mortality.
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth.
Hospital Level Cesarean DataThis site has cesarean rates at individual hospitals for some states.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Georgia receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsUsers interested in Georgia perinatal health data may also access reports issued by the Georgia Department of Health by clicking here. These reports includes data on perinatal health disparities, teen pregnancies, SIDS, pregnancy risk assessment, health equity, and infant mortality.
WIC Publications
Guam receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve. More coming soon!
Vital Statistics ReportInfant mortality, birth rate, and more basic statistics in a variety of reports
Pregnancy Risk
Assessment Monitoring
System (PRAMS)
PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth. Hawaii has two main prams pages: first, a PRAMS homepage which includes a trend report covering 2000-2008 and county-specific reports from 2011 for Hawaii, Maui, and Kauai counties. There are also over a dozen fact sheets on topics such as cesarean delivery, prematurity, substance use in pregnancy, maternal diabetes, and more. Second, the HHDW has its own PRAMS page with detailed reports available on access to health services, alcohol use during pregnancy, injury and violence prevention, maternal, infant, and child health, sexually transmitted diseases, as well as the prevalence and cessation of tobacco use.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Hawaii receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsThe Hawaii Health Data Warehouse (HHDW) is a storehouse of reports about the health of Hawaiians and includes topics such as:
Pregnancy, Breastfeeding,
Infant Health, Maternal Health, Alcohol Use, Drug Use, Tobacco Use, Demographic Characteristics, Pregnancy and Delivery Characteristics, Teen Births, Pregnancy Intention, and
Prenatal Care.
Vital Statistics ReportInfant mortality, birth rate, and more basic statistics in a variety of reports are included, here. The natality reports include summaries of annual information, graphs of decade trends, and some data broken down by district and county. The mortality reports include sections on infant, fetal, and maternal mortality.
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth. Idaho also surveys new mothers in a project called PRATS, similar to the PRAMS projects in other states.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Idaho receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsIdaho Health Statistics Fact Sheets and Reports includes a number of reports on topics like insurance during pregnancy, birth attendant data, cesarean births, maternal stress, and many more. Click on Natality/Pregnancy/Teen Pregnancy.
Vital Statistics ReportThe Illinois Department of Public Health provides vital statistics data including birth characteristics (birthweight, preterm, prenatal care, method of delivery, and more) by county as well as maternal demographic by county. The home page has a number of teen pregnancy and infant mortality charts, including trend data.
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth.
Hospital Level Cesarean DataThe Illinois Hospital Report Card allows you to choose hospitals for comparison, then view their statistics on indicators such as method of delivery, birth and obstetric trauma, patient satisfaction, length of stay and charges for births, breastfeeding statistics, and more. This website may have cesarean rates of individual hospitals, as well.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Illinois receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsTrends of Cesarean Deliveries in Illinois Hospitals
Vital Statistics ReportThe Indiana State Department of Health compiles maternal and child health statistics on mortality, smoking during pregnancy, low birth weight, prenatal care, and preterm births by county and statewide.Breastfeeding by Rate and County information is also available.
Hospital Level Cesarean DataThis site has cesarean rates at individual hospitals for some states.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Indiana receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve. Indiana's report includes includes a wealth of information on infant mortality, teen pregnancy, cesarean rates, and more.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsThe Indiana MCH Epidemiology initiative provides ten-year trend reports on MCH topics, along with several older special reports on topics such as maternal smoking, infant mortality, and hospital utilization.
Trends in Birth Outcomes and Maternal Characteristics (1990-2005)
Breastfeeding Report Card
Breastfeeding Laws and Policies
Breastfeeding Resources
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth.
Hospital Level Cesarean DataThis site has cesarean rates at individual hospitals for some states.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Iowa receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
This site also provides
the Title V Needs Assessment
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsThe Iowa Bureau of Family Health publishes reports and needs assessments on family, maternal and child health data and survey results.
Vital Statistics ReportInfant mortality, birth rate, and more basic statistics in a variety of reports
Interactive DataThe Kansas Department of Health and Environment compiles pregnancy and birth outcome statistics which are made publicly available for use on their website. The Pregnancy Statistics Query generate tables for Kansas resident pregnancy and birth outcomes, summarized by year, age, race, county, outcome, marital status and maternal education. Data included in this database are from 1993 onward.
Birth Statistics
Hospital Level Cesarean DataKansas has Hospital Discharge Statistics by Procedure, which includes a query tool, allowing obstetrical procedure data to be retrieved and filtered by major demographic characteristics. Hospital level cesarean data may also be found here.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Kansas receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsThe division of Public Health Informatics annually publishes an Adequacy of Prenatal Care Utilization Index , utilizing information readily available on the Kansas birth certificate regarding timing and adequacy of prenatal care. Additionally, it publishes prematurity in Kansas births 2014 and births in Kansas, 2015 Preliminary Report.
Kansas Adolescent and Teenage Pregnancy Summaries These reports include data collected from vital records on the pregnancy outcomes of stillbirths, abortions, and live births to women ages 10 to 19.
Bureau of Health Informatics Reports
Kansas Infant Mortality ReportSelected Birth Outcome Findings from Birth Certificates 2005 (it includes method of delivery data)
Cesarean and VBAC Rates 1990-1999
Vital Statistics ReportInfant mortality, birth rate, and more basic statistics in a variety of reports
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth.
Hospital Level Cesarean DataThis site has cesarean rates at individual hospitals for some states.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Kentucky receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsThe Kentucky Department of Public Health provides a number of fact sheets about women’s health in pregnancy, including topics such as obesity, smoking, breastfeeding, and infant mortality.
The “Hospital Utilization and Services Reports” section of Kentucky’s Data Resource Gallery includes annual reports of nursery and neonatal unit use by hospital.
Vital Statistics ReportThis PDF document includes helpful information related to maternal and child health. Skim the titles and subheadings of each chapter to view information on live births and infant and maternal mortality.
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth. Browse the headings and subheadings of this PDF for information on Prenatal Care, Prenatal Risk Factors, Infant Care, and Infant Health.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Louisiana receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsState Center for Health Statistics Click on birth data to examine various trends and tables by parish for births in Louisiana.
LA Center for Community and Preventative Health Click on a range of years to see indicators by region for the state of Louisiana. Information includes teen birth rate, low birth weight and prematurity, and prenatal care, among others.
Vital Statistics ReportInfant mortality, birth rate, and more basic statistics in a variety of reports
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth.
Hospital Level Cesarean DataThis site has cesarean rates at individual hospitals for some states.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Maine receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of DimesState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsME Maternal and Child Health Reports Helpful information displayed by tables, reports, district health profiles, and factsheets.
ME Perinatal Health Profiles by District Each district has information on perinatal health and teen birth rate.
CDC Maternal, Fetal, and Infant Mortality Review Panel Report Use words like maternal, fetal, infant, child, birth, and CDC in your browser's Find feature to find reports of interest by year.
More coming soon! Marshall Island receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
Vital Statistics ReportInfant mortality, birth rate, and more basic statistics in a variety of reports
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth.
Hospital Level Cesarean DataThis site has cesarean rates at individual hospitals. Click on Maternity Care and then the icon to the left of Cesarean Deliveries.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Maryland receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsMaternal and Child Health Bureau Topics include Family Planning and Home Visiting, Genetics and People with Special Health Care Needs, Surveillance and Quality Initiatives, and WIC Program.
Center for a Healthy Maryland: Maternal and Child Health Topics include maternal and fetal mortality, maternal depression, and perinatal HIV, among others.
Maryland Center for Maternal and Child Health Browse MCH Programs as well as various data sets for Maryland under Online Services.
Vital Statistics ReportVital Statistics data include infant mortality, birth rate, and more basic statistics in a variety of reports. Scroll down to find MA Birth Data (subheading).
Interactive DataMassCHIP Download MassCHIP to create reports or research topics for your city or town in Massachusetts.
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth.
Hospital Level Cesarean Data This site has cesarean rates at individual hospitals for some states.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Massachusetts receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsMassCHIP Instant Topics Click on a topic to get an instant state-wide report.
Healthy People 2010 Maternal and Child Health Objectives Healthy People is a nation-wide initiative that sets goals for the health and well-being of persons residing in the US. These goals include specific Maternal and Child Health topics. Click on a city or town to view its progress on overall objectives and to compare its progress to state-wide progress.
General Data - Birth Reports
Vital Statistics ReportVital Statistics data include infant mortality, birth rate, and more basic statistics in a variety of reports. Under Natality, find birth rate, trends, prenatal care, and birthweight statistics. Infant mortality includes mortality trends for race and region. Also, Michigan reports most common baby names for the state by decade!
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth.
Hospital Level Cesarean DataThis site has cesarean rates at individual hospitals for some states.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Michigan receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsMichigan's Maternal and Child Health Epidemiology Unit This site includes a number of useful reports including the MCH Data Book by decade. Click on the data book by decade to see information on Maternal and Child Health topics by state and by county. County statistic include information on poverty level, birth rate, race, births to teen mothers, prenatal care, low birthweight, and preterm birth statistics. Other reports detail infant and maternal mortality.
Leading Procedures (Rates) for Women with Deliveries in MI Click on the Women with Deliveries link to view rates of cesareans in Michigan.
Interactive DataVital Statistics Interactive Queries Click on the Birth Query Guide for a step-by-step explanation on how to use this interactive tool. The tool generates custom tables with maternal demographic variables and outcome variables such as birthweight, prematurity, method of delivery, and more.
Reproductive and Birth Outcomes Data By using the interactive Query the Data tool, you can generate reports on county-by-county data on preterm birth, infant mortality, and other indicators.
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth.
Hospital Level Cesarean DataThis site has cesarean rates at individual hospitals for some states.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Minnesota receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsMinnesota Center for Health Statistics This site houses much of the public data for the state of Minnesota.
Minnesota Report on Cesarean Rate This document details the computation of the cesarean rate for the state of Minnesota.
Vital Statistics ReportInfant mortality, birth rate, and more basic statistics in a variety of reports
Interactive DataMississippi Statistically Automated Health Resource System This system can can generate maps, tables, and graphs on a number of datasets, including on pregnancy, birth, and infant mortality, broken down by several demographic categories. Hover the mouse over the Birth title on the menu and choose if you want a table, graph, or map.
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monistorng System (PRAMS)PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth.
Hospital Level Cesarean DataThis site has cesarean rates at individual hospitals for some states. Click on the graphic of the PDF document for publically available cesarean rate data.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Mississippi receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve. Scroll down to Documents to see the Needs Assessment report and also the State Narrative.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsMississippi County Health Profiles Click on a county of interest to see information on fertility rates, infant mortality, teen pregnancy, and low birth weight. Use the Table of Contents and List of Figures and Tables in each PDF to explore topics of interest.
Interactive DataMissouri Information for Community Assessment (MICA) MICA is a system for generating tables or maps on Missouri health data, drawing from many different datasets. You can also narrow your results by zip code, too. The topics of Birth, Death, Fertility Rate, Hospital Discharge, and Pregnancy may be most useful. In Step Six you can choose certain indicators of interest. For Hospital Discharge Data, try Perinatal Conditions or Pregnancy/Childbirth/Reproduction.
MICA User Tutorial
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring (PRAMS)PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth. Click on the latest Data Report or Fact Sheets of interest.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Missouri receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsMO Community Data Profiles You can choose prepared tables on topics such as Delivery, Infant Health, Preconception/Family Planning, and Prenatal Care. You can also choose the output to be total numbers for Missouri or output by county, region, or city of interest.
Vital Statistics ReportClick on a year of interest. Then, click on or scroll to Natality to find Maternal and Child Health topics of interest within the report.
Hospital Level Cesarean DataThis site has cesarean rates at individual hospitals for some states.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Montana receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsMontana Community Health Data Find information on counties in Montana on a variety of Maternal Child Health indicators such as infant mortality, low birth weight, smoking during pregnancy, and more, comparing county rates to the state rate. The same page provides regional reports as well.
Report on Multiple Births in Montana
Montana Dept of Public Health Newsletters The newsletter for February of 2012 highlights Montana's preconception health data. Browse other newsletters by interest.
Health Survey of Montana's Mother's and Babies Reports will be available Spring 2016.
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth.
Hospital Level Cesarean DataThis site has cesarean rates at individual hospitals for some states.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Nebraska receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve. Visit the State Profile.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsNE PRAMS Reports Visit this site to view various trend reports and fact sheets for Nebraska PRAMS.
Vital Statistics ReportInfant mortality, birth rate, and more basic statistics in a variety of reports. Scroll down to Vital Statistics Reports.
Interactive DataNevada Hospital Association Users interested in retrieving hospital discharge information by hospital in regards to cesarean and vaginal births can use this query tool. On Step Two, select Childbirth and Newborns.
Hospital Level Cesarean DataThis site has cesarean rates at individual hospitals for some states.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Nevada receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsOffice of Health Informatics and Epidemiology Explore birth and pregnancy statistics including data on teenage births, infant deaths, prenatal care timing and adequacy, low birth weights, preterm births, and more.
Interactive DataNew Hampshire Web Reporting & Query System Use this site to create custom reports. Click on Birth Indicator Report Module. Then, click a topic of of interest. Click Years, Region Type, and County(ies) to create a custom report. The Death Indicator Module includes infant mortality data.
Hospital Level Cesarean DataThis site has cesarean rates at individual hospitals for some states.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, New Hampshire receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsThis project provides an interactive visual presentation of New Hampshire and includes an interactive presentation of birth rates.
New Hampshire Births 1999-2000
NH Births 2001-2011
NH Birth Data Publications
Interactive DataNJSHAD II is an query system, which provides a custom dataset query capability and profiles of health indicators by category or alphabetically including birth rates, c-section rates, infant mortality, low birth weight, midwife-attended births, and many more. Click on the Alphabetical Index icon to get started. Two reports of interest might include Cesarean Delivery and Maternal Choice or Health Insurance and Healthy Pregnancy.
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth. New Jersey's PRAMS has a number of Data Briefs, Reports, and Other Publications.
Hospital Level Cesarean DataThis site has cesarean rates at individual hospitals for some states.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, New Jersey receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve. The Maternal and Child Health Title V Application for 2009 discusses indicators such as prenatal care, low birth weight, infant mortality, and birth disparities.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsNJ Maternal and Child Health Epidemiology Here, you can find various pages, reports, and hyperlinks to information on cesarean delivery, labor inductions, prenatal care and more. Check out New Reports or click on the Full List and request those publications at your academic library or by using Pub Med.
Surveillance of Cesarean Section Delivery 1999-2004 is a special report provided by the state Center for Health Statistics to describe trends in cesarean section delivery for that period and you can also view a presentation of this report.
Inpatient Quality Indicators 2005 published by the Office of Health Care Quality Assessment, discusses cesarean, primary cesarean, and VBAC rates by hospital starting on page 20 of the report.
Vital Statistics ReportThe New Mexico State Center for Health Statistics at the Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics publishes the Selected Health Statistics Annual Reports with obstetric procedures by age of mother including amniocentesis, electronic fetal monitoring, ultrasound, labor induction, facility, attendant at birth (birthing center, home, hospital) (MD, DO, CNM, Licensed Midwife, R.N), and method of delivery by county of residence, age and race of mother, c-section and vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC).
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth. New Mexico's PRAMS website offers a query module data sets. To use the query module, try clicking on Quick Selection and Before, During, or After Pregnancy. Click on a topic of interest and follow the remaining steps to complete your data query.
Hospital Level Cesarean DataThis site has cesarean rates at individual hospitals for some states.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, New Mexico receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve. This report discusses c-section rates, preterm births, low-birth weight, infant mortality, prenatal care and more.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsIndicator Based Information System for Public Health This offering by the Department of Health provides access to public health data sets including birth outcomes, teen birth rate, and others. Users can also compose custom user-defined queries with choice indicators.
Vital Statistics ReportThe New York State Department of Health publishes tables on live births by method of delivery and resident county (vaginal, VBAC, primary and repeat c-sections), neonatal and perinatal deaths, adequacy of prenatal care, among others.
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth. Scroll down to Prams Reports.
Hospital Level Cesarean DataHospital Maternity-Related Procedures and Practices Statistics provides intervention information on all births, vaginal births, cesarean sections, and statistics on breastfeeding. This site may also have hospital-level data on cesarean sections.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, New York receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsDoula Care in New York City: Advancing the Goals of the Affordable Care Act describes the benefits of doula care and strategies for increasing equitable access to doulas in NYC.
Maternal and Infant Health State-wide Trends are available in map or table format.
NY County-specific Perinatal Data Profile provides statistics on births, infant and neonatal deaths, and teen pregnancy rates.
Vital Statistics ReportNorth Carolina Selected Vital Statistics Volume 1 - 2010 provides data on birth attendant, fetal and infant mortality, c-sections and more by annual frequencies, annual rates, and 5-year rates for the state, six Perinatal Care Regions, and the 100 counties of North Carolina.
Interactive DataHealth Data Query System The North Carolina State Center for Health Statistics offers a web-based interactive database system that provides customized reports of health data based on user-specified selection of variables (e.g., maternal age, gestation period, birth weight, gender, and more).
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth. North Carolina PRAMS has helpful data tables by topic area of interest. North Carolina also supplies various special studies, fact sheets, and a newsletter based on PRAMS data.
PRAMS Partners and Other Resources
Hospital Level Cesarean DataThis site has cesarean rates at individual hospitals for some states.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, North Carolina receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsNorth Carolina Baby Book 2011 Select a county of interest for information on type of birth, number of prenatal visits, obstetric procedures, events in labor, and other indicators by maternal age, marital status, and race/ethnicity.
Risk Factors and Characteristics for 2010 North Carolina Resident Live Births offers graphical views of indicators such as cesarean rate, low birth weight, adequacy of prenatal care and more among various groups of mothers (All, Medicaid, WIC users, and more).
Preconception Health Indicators
Vital Statistics ReportInfant mortality, birth rate, and more basic statistics in a variety of reports
Pregnancy Risk
Assessment Monitoring
System (PRAMS)
PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth. ND's PRAMS page provides 2002 survey results as well as a series of nine fact sheets from 2007, including topics such as birth trends, maternal health, breastfeeding, and more.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, North Dakota receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsND Fast Facts This report for North Dakota provides simple statistics and facts about births and infant mortality for 2010.
County Health Profiles These reports are organized by county and/or health district, including the American Indian Community. Healthy People 2020 is a nation-wide initiative to improve the health of US residents. This page highlights ND's progress in working toward Healthy People goals.
The ND Healthy People 2010 report includes information on a number of maternal and infant topics, such as maternal deaths, prenatal care, cesarean births, low birth weight, preterm births, folic acid consumption, smoking during pregnancy, and breastfeeding. Data is available from 2000-2009.
ND Breastfeeding Data is available, including initiation of breastfeeding by hospital and county of residence.
An older, yet useful, 2002 Maternal and Child Health Report includes data and graphs on topics such as teen pregnancy, method of delivery, infant mortality and more.
More coming soon! Northern Mariana Islands receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
Vital Statistics ReportOhio's Data Warehouse allows you to query the database for information. You can get data from two sources: (1) vital statistics (i.e. birth certificate) or (2) hospital discharge data. The birth certificate data (e.g. method of delivery) can be broken down by county, but not by hospital. The hospital discharge data does let you get hospital level data on topics like cesareans, but only in absolute numbers – you’ll have to work out rates. Neither system is particularly simple, but they do provide menus that you can work through to identify the data you want to see.
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth. Ohio's page includes a number of helpful data summaries, reports, fact sheets, and newsletters on a variety of topics.
Hospital Level Cesarean DataThis site has cesarean rates at individual hospitals for some states.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Ohio receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve. Check out the block grant fact sheets of five year needs. Click on the Women's Health - Birth Outcomes - Newborn Health link.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Vital Statistics ReportOklahoma's Vital Statistics page includes annual reports on birth, which have a variety of useful information.
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring SystemPRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth. Oklahoma also has a follow-up survey to PRAMS for toddlers, called TOTS.
Hospital Level Cesarean DataThis site has cesarean rates at individual hospitals for some states.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Oklahoma receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsOK Maternal and Child Health Homepage Check under the What's New heading to find various PRAMS briefs or special reports on topics of interest, like bed sharing.
PRAMS Data and Reports Archive This excellent archive explores a variety of topics related to Maternal and Child Health. You can also explore these reports by topic.
Vital Statistics ReportOregon Birth Statistics Annual Report Page presents data on births, induced terminations of pregnancy, and teen pregnancy. The page also has a useful directory of topics. Oregon's Birth Data Page includes birth data by county and zip code. The website also hosts a page about breastfeeding, which includes links to breastfeeding partners in Oregon. Oregon also has a separate page for teen pregnancy.
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth. You can also browse reports by PRAMS topic areas.
Hospital Level Cesarean DataOregon's Birth Statistics Page has a column labeled Final Method of Delivery by Facility. Click on a year of interest and see the count of cesarean deliveries by county and by facility in that county. These very useful reports also include numbers on VBACs. Cesareanrates.com also presents cesarean rates for Oregon. Click on the image of the PDF to read the full report on public data.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Oregon receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsOregon PRAMS Presentations and Publications
Forms and Publications for Oregon public health (including Maternal and Child Health) topics.
More coming soon! Palau receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
Interactive DataEpiQMS This is a customizable data reports system, which can produce tables, charts, and maps on birth topics such as fertility rate, low birth weight, prenatal care, cesarean section deliveries, breastfeeding, and more, broken down by maternal demographics. There is also an infant death dataset with detailed options for investigating perinatal mortality. Click on the EpiQMS icon. Select a dataset (try "Births"). Then, select geography of interest and the type of dataview. You can then choose demographics of interest and create your dataview.
Pregnancy Assessment Risk Monitoring System (PRAMS)PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth. You can find a few topic-specific reports at the bottom of the site under Quick Links.
Hospital Level Cesarean DataThis site has cesarean rates at individual hospitals for some states. Click on the image of the PDF for the full report.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Pennsylvania receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsCustom Data Tables on Birth-Related Issues Create tables for a variety of topics including birthweight, prenatal care, smoking status, method of delivery, plurality, and other topics for recent years. This data is available at the state, county, and municipality level. Each Submit request generates a PDF.
County Health Profiles are available for each of Pennsylvania’s counties, including basic natality information. Once you click on a year of interest, use the navigation within the PDF viewer to select a county of interest.
A similar set of major municipality profiles are available specifically for Maternal and Child Health Status Indicators.
Pennsylvania State Trend Data provides information on some basic natality measures going back to the early 20th century.
More coming soon! The March of Dimes Peristats project provides rich and frequently updated birth data for Puerto Rico. Puerto Rico receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
Vital Statistics ReportInfant mortality, birth rate, and more basic statistics in a variety of reports. Go to the right hand side of the page under Reports and click on an annual report of interest. Information is also available on infant mortality and fetal death.
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth. Be sure to browse the Publications section on the right hand side of the page for reports and publications on topics of interest such as perinatal depression and racial and ethnic disparities.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Rhode Island receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve. Visit the Block Grant Homepage.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsTeen Pregnancy Rates by Selected Geographic Areas in RI
RI Task Force on Premature Births
Vital Statistics ReportsThe Vital Statistics Reports for SC include data on attendant at birth, live births, low weight births, teen pregnancy, perinatal mortality, maternal mortality and more.
Interactive DataSCAN a SCDHEC site, allows generation of user-specified tables and interactive maps of public health data from various databases. You can check out the birth certificate data page to access cesarean rates, labor interventions, maternal health information, newborn health.
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth. The PRAMS databooks (bottom of the page) offer information on prenatal care, maternal health, and infant health among others. The databooks are only available for certain years.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, South Carolina receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsMaternal and Child Health Databook 2011 includes 2010 Vital Records data and 2010 MCH program data. Scroll down to the Table of Content for topics of interest.
Vital Statistics ReportInfant mortality, birth rate, and more basic statistics in a variety of reports. Scroll down to the bottom to see Vital Statistics.
Hospital Level Cesarean DataThis site has cesarean rates at individual hospitals for some states.The hospital discharge data page includes some information about method of delivery and perinatal health.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, South Dakota receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsSouth Dakota Tribal PRAMS This is the Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System report for the tribal nations in South Dakota. PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth.
This link shows Breastfeeding Practices Among South Dakota Mothers.
Vital Statistics ReportThe Tennessee Department of Health’s vital statistics section provides a large number of birth reports on maternal characteristics, birthweight, and birth defects, as well as pregnancy reports by maternal age, all broken down by county. The death reports page includes selected reports on neonatal and infant mortality.
Birth Statistics
Death Statistics
Pregnancy Statistics
Stats of the State of Health of Tennessee
Interactive DataTennessee's Data Query System allows the user to generate custom charts of Tennessee heath data. The Births section includes such outcome data as low birth weight, low APGAR score, multiple deliveries, cesarean rate, and can display this data by maternal characteristics including race, age, education, marital status, and risk factor. The Deaths section includes infant mortality search capability.
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth.
Hospital Level Cesarean DataThis site has cesarean rates at individual hospitals for some states.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Tennessee receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of DimesState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsInfant Mortality in Tennessee 2003-2012
Tennessee Birth Defects 2006-2010
Tennessee Adolescent Pregnancy Summary Data 2012
Vital Statistics ReportHealth Facts Profiles for every Texas county for selected years from 2000 to 2008 include a set of basic natality statistics such as teen mothers, low birth weight, prenatal care, fertility rate, and infant and fetal deaths, all compared to the state rate. Similar but slightly more detailed data is available as custom charts in an easy-to-use system called Health Currents Query.
Live Birth (2005-2013)
Live Birth (1990-2004)
Infant Deaths
Interactive DataBirth-related data includes method of delivery, birthweight, multiple births, prematurity, prenatal care, and more, and breakdowns by county and maternal demographics. Death-related data includes causes from pregnancy and in the perinatal period, also available by county and demographic breakdowns. A specific infant mortality page and application is available as well.
Hospital Level Cesarean DataThis site has cesarean rates at individual hospitals for some states.

Similar data may also be found at Texas Healthcare Information Collection site, available under the “Utilizations” dropdown menu.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Texas receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special Reports Birth Defects
Migration for Birth
Health Facts Profiles
Healthy Texas Babies: Data Book 2015
Healthy Texas Babies: Data Book 2014
More coming soon! U.S. Virgin Islands receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
Vital Statistics Report The Public Health Outcome Measures Report (PHOM) also provides the vital statistics reports for Utah. Additionally, the Public Health Outcome Measures Report includes a full list of publications on a variety of topics included in the PHOM. Also there is a helpful alphabetical list of Indicator Reports on health topics. Try looking at the indicator reports on cesarean deliveries, infant mortality, and maternal mortality for starters.
Interactive DataIBIS-PH can help you create custom data queries.
Pregnancy Risk
Assessment Monitoring
System (PRAMS)Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)
PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth. There is a PRAMS query module where you can create custom data queries using PRAMS data. PRAMS newsletters are also available at the bottom of the page. Also, check out the PRAMS Databook (2004-2005).
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Utah receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsMaternity and Newborn Care in Utah Hospitals 2005-2007 This report is useful in comparing Utah’s hospitals in maternity and newborn care based on quality, charges and patient safety including data on newborn and maternal injuries, instrumental deliveries, cesareans (primary and subsequent), and VBACs. You can also visit the site for the report, which has PDFs by topic, as opposed to the report in full.
Public Health Outcome Measures Report Scroll down to Part 4 to see birth-related topics of interest.
Trends in Cesarean Births in Utah 1992-2002 This report was produced by the Utah Department of Health’s Division of Community and Family Health Services, Maternal and Child Health Division.
Users will find the Utah Health Status Update monthly reports often focus on summarizing data specific to pregnancy and birth. Examples of such reports include November 2011: Induction of Labor in Utah and August 2011: Disparities in Infant Morality Report.
What's the costs for having a baby in Utah?
Also, the Public Health Indicator Based Information System (IBIS) provides additional resource links.
Vital Statistics ReportInfant mortality, birth rate, and more basic statistics in a variety of reports
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth. The Vermont 2014 PRAMS data brief presents highlights on preconception care, prenatal care, prenatal and postpartum behaviors, and postpartum care.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Vermont receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Vital Statistics ReportInfant mortality, birth rate, and more basic statistics in a variety of reports. The Virginia Department of Health’s Division of Health Statistics publishes statistical reports and data tables which can be requested by selecting the year or even map. Special topics are available, such as birth weight and teen pregnancies.
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth. You can also examine fact sheets generated from PRAMS data.
Hospital Level Cesarean DataThis site has cesarean rates at individual hospitals for some states.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Virginia receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsWhich Hospitals are Best at Delivering Babies?
Vital Statistics ReportInfant mortality, birth rate, and more basic statistics in a variety of reports. Be sure to examine the data tables, which have information on facility type, birth attendant, method of delivery, VBAC & C-Section rates (Primary, Repeat, With Labor, No Labor) and more.
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth.
Hospital Level Cesarean DataThis site has cesarean rates at individual hospitals for some states.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Washington receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsWA Perinatal Indicators Report is published in a collaboration between the Washington State Department of Health and the Department of Social and Health Services.
Vital Statistics ReportThis report includes a section on birth data such as incidence of low birth weight, method of delivery by facility, prenatal care use, and age, race, and educational level of mother. Also, check out the statistical briefs on various topics often pertaining to the perinatal period.
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth. The WV Prams site website features surveillance reports which cover a variety of perinatal and infant health topics broken down into several categories. Statewide data and subgroup analyses, selected by various sociodemographic categories, are reported for family planning, prenatal care, pregnancy risk factors, infant health and care, maternal health and care, and state-interest perinatal topics and services.
Hospital Level Cesarean DataThis site has cesarean rates at individual hospitals for some states.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, West Virginia receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsMinority Health in West Virginia delivers birth statistics focused on racial and ethnic health disparities.
Two Generations of Low Birth Weight: A WV Study
Vital Statistics ReportThe Wisconsin Department of Health Services’ Office of Health Informatics publishes an annual report on births and infant deaths summarizing information collected from birth records and death certificates including data on obstetric procedures, methods of delivery, facility and homebirth by county, trend information from 1980-2009, and infant mortality among others.
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth.
Hospital Level Cesarean DataThis site has cesarean rates at individual hospitals for some states.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Wisconsin receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.
Studies and Special ReportsBirths to Teens in Wisconsin outlines current teen birth rates by city, county, and statewide.
Wisconsin Healthy Births Outcomes Initiative and the Minority Health Program in the Division of Public Health provides various reports, fact sheets, and presentations on eliminating racial and ethnic disparities in infant mortality.
Resources for Postpartum Depression by County
Vital Statistics ReportScroll down to tables, which include births by county and birthweight summaries, among other topics.
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)PRAMS is a survey project that collects data on maternal experiences surrounding pregnancy and birth.
Hospital Level Cesarean DataThis site has cesarean rates at individual hospitals for some states.
Title V Needs AssessmentLike all states, Wyoming receives federal funding for maternal and child health programs, and reports on the strengths and needs of the populations these programs serve. The Needs Assessment report for Wyoming has a section reporting birth rates, cesarean deliveries, infant mortality rates and more.
March of Dimes PeristatsState-level information about preterm birth, birth weight, prenatal care, mortality, multiples, delivery method, substance use, obesity, infections, insurance, screening, folic acid, NICU admissions, breastfeeding, and more.

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