Maryland's BRFSS contains data from an annual statewide telephone survey that tracks prevalence and trends over time for a wide variety of risk factors and health conditions. Maryland conducts approximately 11,000 interviews annuallly.
The Maryland MCS is part of an ongoing surveillance project to provide information on cancer screening rates, knowledge of cancer and cancer screening, and lifestyle factors related to cancer risk behaviors among Maryland residents age 40 years and older. In addition to overall cancer screening prevalence, the MCS reports the percentage of respondents up-to-date with certain screening tests based on intervals recommended by the American Cancer Society.
Medicaid eHealth Statistics
The Medicaid eHealth Statistics website presents Medicaid data for the state of Maryland. Available data includes enrollment and eligibility, service graphs and maps, long-term care, and health care utilization data based on diagnostic groups.
The Maryland Health Quality Portal contains information on health insurance plans, hospitals, long-term care facilities, physicians, and allied health professionals in Maryland.The information is intended for users to make more informed decisions about their health care.
Maryland’s SHIP are used for accountability, local action, and public engagement to advance the health of Marylanders. SHIP provides data for 39 critical health objectives for state and local areas.
Maryland's MATCH features Vital Statistics data (births, deaths, population) and Health Services Cost Review Commission hospitalization data for Maryland residents.
The OMS Datamart is designed to track adults, children, and adolescents receiving outpatient mental health treatment services in Maryland’s Public Mental Health System. Data are available for the following the following domains: living situation, employment/school, psychiatric symptoms, functioning, alcohol and substance use, legal system involvement, and general health, including smoking.
Maryland's PRAMS is a statewide survey of women who have recently delivered live born infants. PRAMS contains data on maternal behaviors and experiences that may be associated with adverse pregnancy outcomes and includes questions relating to prenatal care, obstetric history, smoking, alcohol use, physical abuse, contraception, economic status, maternal stress, and infant health, assisted reproduction, contraceptive use, depression, oral health, chronic disease, physical activity, and infections.