America's Health Rankings Reports

Arundel Metrics, Inc. has written America's Health Rankings for the last 29 years. America’s Health Rankings is a state-by-state comparison of population health that combines 35 metrics that represent behaviors, community & environment, policy, clinical care, and health outcomes into a comparative ranking of state health. Arundel Metrics, Inc. gathers and analyzes secondary data and conducts literature reviews on several health topics in order to write and publish these reports.

Annual Report

The Annual Report is the longest running annual assessment of the nation’s health on a state-by-state basis. For nearly three decades, America’s Health Rankings® Annual Report has analyzed a comprehensive set of behaviors, public and health policies, community and environmental conditions, and clinical care data to provide a holistic view of the health of the people in the nation.

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Senior Report

The America’s Health Rankings® Senior Report recently completed its fifth year, in 2018, of presenting a comparative health report for the U.S. population aged 65 and older.

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Health of Women and Children Report

The America’s Health Rankings® Health of Women and Children Report is the newest state rankings report. With a focus on women of reproductive age, infants and children under age 18, this report emphasizes the population groups where change can make generational differences.

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Veterans Report

America’s Health Rankings ® also prepares a national report on active duty and veteran U.S. service members in partnership with the Military Officers Association of America. The Health of Those Who Have Served explores the differences in health and health-related measures between those now serving or who have served in the military and the civilian population. The Health of Women Who Have Served establishes a baseline portrait of the health of women who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces compared with the health of women civilians.

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