NM-IBIS Indicator Reports IntroductionWelcome to the NM-IBIS Indicator Reports. A health indicator is a numeric measure that depicts the health or health system status on a core public health construct. Indicator reports provide online numeric data for a health indicator as well as public health context (such as why it is important and what is being done to improve it). NM-IBIS indicator authors and editors in programs throughout the Department of Health prepare these indicator reports.
For more detailed information about Indicator Reports see the Indicator Report Contents and Usage page.
You may use these indexes to browse NM-IBIS indicator reports. You will find links to these indexes in the drop-down menu under the "Indicator Reports" tab at the top of every NM-IBIS page.
1. Indicator Reports
You can view and search for indicator reports by topic using either the alphabetical or categorized index:
2. Community Reports
These reports provide NM-IBIS indicator data organized for a single county. NMDOH plans to include additional community types in addition to counties (e.g., race/ethniciy and small areas).
If more detailed information is needed than what the indicator report provides, the Custom Query System is available or program staff can be contacted directly using the information provided in the indicator report footer (at the bottom of each indicator report page).