Data and reports
Providing regular, updated data on the health of King County's population is a core function of Public Health — Seattle & King County. Data is intended to inform the community, including policy makers, medical personnel, researchers, community-based organizations, government agencies and individuals to understand and respond to diseases, threats and underlying conditions impacting our health.
- Behavioral health needs and services in King County, WA: March – May 2020
- Changes in Transportation Patterns Follow Community Mitigation Policies in King County, WA and related Web infographic: Changes in how we move around
- Unemployment in King County resulting from strategies to slow the spread of COVID-19 and related Web infographic: Unemployment claims
2021 King County EMS Annual Report
The 2021 Annual Report highlights the agility of the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Division and its partners to adapt to the enormous challenge of COVID-19's ongoing presence. For 18 months, the pandemic has disrupted almost every aspect of life, with EMS being among the first to experience its impacts. For comparison data, see past annual reports.
The Assessment, Policy Development and Evaluation Unit's primary work is assessment and evaluation of population-based data and interventions, integrating qualitative analysis, and policy development. We are a multidisciplinary group of epidemiologists, social research scientists, and policy specialists. We collaborate with community and other Public Health — Seattle & King County divisions, using and developing state-of-the-art techniques for data collection and analysis. Our goal is to provide leadership and technical assistance for population-level health assessment, data-driven program planning, program evaluation, and policy.
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