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What Is An Indicator Report?

How Do I Use Data Queries?

Utah Small Areas are used to report data at the community level. Area boundaries are based on criteria such as population size, political boundaries of cities/towns, and economic similarity. Use these resources to learn more about the Utah Small Areas. Click on a tab to show more information for each topic.

By default, the Utah IBIS-PH/EPHT system delivers JPEG chart and map graphics to your browser. If you want to have interactive charts and maps or if you are experiencing problems displaying charts and maps then see the Website Graphic Display Preferences page for options and more information.

All IBIS-PH pages use a font size based on the browser's font size setting (typically located via the "View/Text Size" menu selection). This allows the font size of the IBIS-PH pages to be increased or decreased by simply changing this setting. Note that this setting will/could effect other pages viewed within the browser if that page has been coded to use the browsers font size setting. Use these links to fix any issues you may be having viewing images on our website.

The Utah Department of Health makes public health data available while protecting the confidentiality of the data and the privacy of individuals. For more information on this topic, please use the following resources:

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Content updated: Wed, 12 Jul 2017 08:16:57 MDT