|Data and Statistics - Maps|
Maps allow one to see data portrayed in a geographical manner. This affords the ability to view where resources and need are dispersed throughout the state. As a result, this offers one a better visualization of how the data is affecting local communities.
Health Center Data
The Health Center data maps are comprised of three different map types: 1) Michigan Health Center Sites; 2) Section 330 Patients by Zip Code Tabulation Area (ZCTA); and 3) Health Center Grantee Low Income Penetration by ZCTA. Most broadly, these maps portray where Michigan Health Centers are geographically located, show where Health Center patients originate, and finally how effective Health Centers are at serving the low-income population.
Michigan Health Center Sites
Section 330 Patients by Zip Code Tabulation Area (ZCTA)
Health Center Grantee Low Income Penetration by Zip Code Tabulation Area (ZCTA)
The Grant Awardees maps geographically show which Health Centers received grant funding.
2015 New Access Points (NAP)
The socioeconomic data maps are comprised of factors that affect access to health care services. These maps include poverty, low-income population, unemployment rate, and income inequality. This data is presented at the county level.
Low Income (Below 200% FPL)
The Health Insurance maps show the number of Medicaid enrollees by county and as a percent of the total population.
Joe Tran, MPH