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2014 Health Value Dashboard™

2014 Health Value Dashboard™

December 16, 2014

The HPIO Health Value Dashboard™, the first-of-its-kind combined state ranking of health outcomes and healthcare costs, shows that Ohio’s health value rank is 47, with Ohioans living less healthy lives and spending more on health care than people in most other states. Improving health value means consumers have access to healthcare services that are affordable, employers pay less money for their employee’s health care, Ohio’s workforce is stronger, healthier and more productive, and Ohioans live longer and healthier lives.

In conjunction with the release of the Dashboard, the Health Policy Institute of Ohio is asking prominent health policy experts from Ohio and across the country to submit brief commentary on the Dashboard and the importance of measuring and improving health value. Click below to view the commentary.


Domain profiles

Click below for one-page profiles of the seven health value domains:

A closer look

Additional data for many of the metrics included in the Dashboard by race/ethnicity, income and education levels, age and local geography is available from the following websites:

Click here for a crosswalk that indicates which Dashboard metrics are available from these sources.

Click here to learn more about HPIO’s Health Measurement initiative