RICH Data: Resource for Interactive Child Health (RICH) Data

RICH Data: Resource for Interactive Child Health (RICH) Data

This interactive dashboard is specially designed to help educate policymakers about the status of children's health in their states.

Explore child health data at the state level to support your advocacy to state and federal policymakers. This interactive dashboard is specially designed to help educate policymakers about the status of children's health in their states. Discover facts related to children's health such as:

  • Health insurance coverage
  • Access to health care services including children's hospitals
  • Special health care needs
  • Socioeconomic status
  • Adverse experiences food security

A printable factsheet is available that can be tailored to highlight state-specific stats – perfect for sharing with policymakers who may not have time to explore RICH Data themselves.

RICH Data is reliable, drawing data regularly from these credible sources: Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, American Community Survey, National Survey of Children's Health, Child and Adolescent Health Measurement Initiative, Kaiser Family Foundation and Children's Hospital Association.

Print Instructions

  1. Click the print icon.
  2. Select state, the state metric to be highlighted (default is ACEs), and the congressional district.
  3. Enter contact information (optional) if you want to replace the graphic of children's hospitals in your state on the bottom of the page.
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