To understand and address the great disparities in health and health spending across the United States – a country spending more on health care than any other – IHME measures health throughout the US, using our library of health data, the world’s largest and most comprehensive, and a global collaborator network of more than 3,500 physicians, researchers, policymakers, and analysts. IHME identifies, investigates, and interprets the causes and effects of disease, injury, and death for every year since 1990, and provides evidence and tools enabling stakeholders to interpret and make results relevant for their communities.
Use interactive tools to explore health trends in the US and compare to other countries.
Learn about different IHME research on health in the United States and all available resources.
US subnational publications covering a range of topics and research, including the global burden of disease, US county performance, and disease expenditure.
Download a summary of results for US national, state-level, and county-level studies from various US research areas.
With this interactive map, you can explore health trends in the United States at the county level by race and ethnicity for all ages and both sexes for all-cause mortality and life expectancy. You can also explore health trends for all ages and both sexes for for cancer, 21 major causes of death, alcohol, smoking, hypertension, obesity, physical activity, and diabetes.