Interactive health data and dashboards

  • Find more health data and statistics in the Health Data publications section 

IHDA data and geographic website

The Interactive Health Data Application (IHDA) website provides information in data table and interactive map formats on health status and determinants of health of Albertans.

The IHDA contains many health statistics (indicators) on a variety of health-related topics such as demographics, mortality, chronic and infectious disease, and children's health.

The IHDA site also has interactive map displays of some health data (health status, determinants of health, etc.) based on geographic locations across Alberta.

Environmental health information

The Alberta Environmental Public Health Information Network (AEPHIN) provides user-friendly and interactive presentations of various types of environmental monitoring and public health data in Alberta. Here Albertans can understand and learn about environmental factors that may have a direct or indirect impact on their overall health.

Data sets include: Domestic well water quality in Alberta, Fish consumption advice (mercury and other chemical levels), Biomonitoring, and more.

Should I eat this fish – mobile app

Do you fish? Now you can download the "Should I Eat This Fish" mobile application so you can check if there are any advisories about the fish and waterbodies in the area you are in.

Health economics dashboards

These interactive dashboards provide a graphic view of health information comparing Alberta to other provinces, territories and countries. The multi-year interprovincial comparisons include:

  • Provincial government health spending
  • Key economic indicators compared to provincial government health spending
  • Health sector expenditures, such as: hospitals, drugs, physicians, etc.
  • Fee-for-service physician payments and services
  • Distribution of population by age and gender

The dashboards also include a single year of international comparison of key health indicators.