State injury indicators report : instructions for preparing 2020 data
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State injury indicators report : instructions for preparing 2020 data

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      The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) National Center for Injury Prevention and Control (NCIPC) is pleased to provide this document to guide you in preparing the 2020 State Injury Indicators.

      Under Funding Opportunity Announcement CE21-2101, 23 states have been funded to collect and submit State Injury Indicator data. However, all states and U.S. territories are eligible to voluntarily submit data for inclusion in the multistate State Injury Indicators products. As more states and U.S. territories voluntarily participate in this surveillance effort, a broader picture of the burden of injuries can be presented and priorities for prevention can be targeted. NCIPC looks forward to continuing to work together to advance and improve injury surveillance.

      The mortality methods outlined in this document are largely consistent with those used in previous cycles of Injury Indicator data collection.

      The hospitalization and emergency department methods have been updated for use with International Classification of Diseases—Tenth Revision—Clinical Modification (ICD-10-CM) coded data. The methods are consistent with the National Center for Health Statistics recommended ICD-10-CM based case definitions for injury surveillance and analysis frameworks. The CSTE ICD-10-CM Injury Transition Workgroup has participated in the exploratory analysis that resulted in some of the methods being updated. Additionally, resources for checking data quality and confirming programing code accuracy can be found in the ICD-10-CM toolkit located on the CSTE website.

      Suggested citation: Thomas KE, Johnson RL. State Injury Indicators Report: Instructions for Preparing 2020 Data. Atlanta (GA): Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control; 2022.

      CS328520-A updated March, 2022


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