Key reports, publications and presentations where HHIC data has been used to better understand the health and healthcare needs of the people of Hawaii.
Studies using HHIC population based data to examine key medical conditions affecting Hawaii’s population.
Comparison of potentially preventable hospitalizations related to diabetes among Native Hawaiian, Chinese, Filipino, and Japanese elderly compared with whites, Hawai’i, December 2006-December 2010.
Costs & Charges, Diabetes, Malnutrition & Obesity, Elderly, Hospital Inpatient, Medical Conditions , Patient Populations , Peer Reviewed Publications, Preventable Hospitalizations, Quality of Care , Race and Ethnicity
Hawaii Health Information Corporation was established in 1994 as an independent, not-for-profit health data company, exclusively (a) to develop and maintain a statewide integrated health information system, supporting the information needs concerning Hawaii’s health resources, health service utilization, and health status; (b) to conduct and promote research regarding variations in medical and surgical patterns and statistical analysis of medical and health data, and (c) to publish and distribute information regarding the findings.