Summer 2017 SAVI Online Magazine Emagazine Summer 2017 mn and ae edits - web - Page 3

SAVI INDEX: HEALTH HEALTH ACROSS CENTRAL INDIANA Life expectancy at birth varies by more than 14 years across the region. Life expectancy can encapsulate a broad range of health related issues, including disease risk, environmental factors, and access to care, as well as the systemic problems that drive these imabalances, like income and education inequality. Life Expectancy at Birth FOR 2013 BY ZIP CODE Lebanon Noblesville Danville Indianapolis Shelbyville Martinsville Legend AND DISTRIBUTION 74.5-76.8 BOTTOM 20% OF ZIP CODES FALL INTO THIS RANGE 21-40% 76.9-78.0 41-60% 78.1-80.4 61-80% 80.5-83.7 TOP 81-100% 69.4-74.4 YEARS COMPARING ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE Bottom 20 Percent Top 20 Percent 331,000 458,000 ZIP CODES WITH SHORTEST LIFE EXPECTANCY POPULATION 69-74 Years LIFE EXPECTANCY RANGE FOR EVERY 1,000 PEOPLE 196 ZIP CODES WITH LONGEST LIFE EXPECTANCY POPULATION 81-84 Years LIFE EXPECTANCY RANGE FOR EVERY 1,000 PEOPLE 77 HAVE NO INSURANCE HAVE NO INSURANCE 17 HEALTH NEEDS 2 HEALTH NEEDS FROM 211 CALLS FOR THE AVERAGE ZIP CODE IN BOTTOM 20 PERCENT FACILITIES PER 100,000 PEOPLE FROM 211 CALLS FOR THE AVERAGE ZIP CODE IN TOP 20 PERCENT FACILITIES PER 100,000 PEOPLE 9 CLINICS 1 9 URGENT CARE CENTERS 6 HOSPITALS 3 HOSPITALS 2 OUTPATIENT MENTAL HEALTH FACILITIES 0 OUTPATIENT MENTAL HEALTH FACILITIES 15 CLINICS URGENT CARE CENTERS Sources: Retreived from SAVI Community Information System, SAVI.org. Original sources: Connect2Help, Indiana State Department of Health, Ricahrd M. Fairbanks School of Public Health at IUPUI For Health initiatives, contact Karen Comer, kfrederi@iupui.edu 3