Region

Trends Over Time

To see progress on each measure over time, click on the shaded circle on each line. Color coding indicates whether the region is getting better, staying the same or getting worse.

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Flat

Worse

Health outcomes

Premature death

3,554

Years of potential life lost before age 65 per 100,000 population (age and sex adjusted), 2015

Race

White Non-Latino 3,166
Black Non-Latino 5,748
Hispanic 3,528
Other 4,654

Socio Economic Status

Lowest 5,597
Second Lowest 4,035
Middle 2,848
Second Highest 2,775
Highest 2,398

Geography

Chemung 3,831
Livingston 2,342
Monroe  3,627
Ontario 2,961
Schuyler 3,958
Seneca 3,828
Steuben 3,404
Wayne 4,177
Yates 3,297

Source: New York State Vital Statistics

Premature Births

9.7%

Percentage of premature births (less than 37 weeks), 2016

Geography

Chemung 9.8%
Livingston 9.4%
Monroe  10.0%
Ontario 8.1%
Schuyler 11.0%
Seneca 8.6%
Steuben 9.9%
Wayne 9.5%
Yates 5.5%

Source: New York State Vital Statistics

Good health self-report 

88.2%

Percentage of adults who report excellent, very good or good general health status, 2016

Geography

Chemung 84.0%
Livingston 86.0%
Monroe  85.0%
Ontario 87.0%
Schuyler 83.0%
Seneca 85.0%
Steuben 84.0%
Wayne 84.0%
Yates 87.0%

Source: NYS Expanded Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System

Community Measures

Childhood immunization

71.1%

Percentage of children with the recommended immunizations as of 36 months of age, 2016

Geography

Chemung 69.2%
Livingston 75.6%
Monroe  72.1%
Ontario 68.6%
Schuyler 72.9%
Seneca 53.3%
Steuben 69.8%
Wayne 74.7%
Yates 55.2%

Source: NYS Immunization Information System

Childhood obesity

17.5%

Percentage of children who have a BMI of 30.0 or greater, 2016-2018

Geography

Chemung 24.3%
Livingston 19.1%
Monroe  15.3%
Ontario 16.7%
Schuyler 12.8%
Seneca 21.7%
Steuben 20.3%
Wayne 19.9%
Yates 22.1%

Source: Student Weight Status Category Reporting System

Adult obesity

33.5%

Percentage of adults who report a BMI of 30.0 or greater, 2015-2016

Geography

Chemung 32.6%
Livingston 37.5%
Monroe  32.2%
Ontario 34.3%
Schuyler 37.3%
Seneca 44.8%
Steuben 31.8%
Wayne 37.4%
Yates 31.7%

Source: NYS Expanded Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System

Adult smoking

18.4%

Percentage of adults who are current smokers, 2015-2016

Geography

Chemung 25.9%
Livingston 16.9%
Monroe  15.8%
Ontario 21.9%
Schuyler 19.0%
Seneca 15.3%
Steuben 22.6%
Wayne 24.5%
Yates 13.3%

Source: NYS Expanded Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System

High blood pressure control

78.4%

Percentage of adults with high blood pressure who had their condition under control, Dec. 2017

Race

White Non-Latino 81.5%
Black Non-Latino  63.9%
Hispanic  69.1%

Socio Economic Status

Low 73.1%
Middle 79.7%
High 82.7%

Geography

Chemung 84.3%
Livingston 82.4%
Monroe  77.2%
Ontario 79.6%
Schuyler 79.1%
Seneca 68.7%
Steuben 82.3%
Wayne 77.0%
Yates 80.4%

Source: Common Ground Health High Blood Pressure Registry

Type II diabetes control

TBA

Percentage of adults with diabetes who had their condition under control

Race

Under Development

Socio Economic Status

Under Development

Geography

Under Development

High school graduation

82.9%

Percentage of students graduating in four years in the Finger Lakes region, 2018

Race

White Non-Latino 88.3%
Black Non-Latino 65.8%
Hispanic 67.6%
Other 86.2%

Socio Economic Status

Low 70.4%
Middle/High 92.5%

Geography

City of Rochester 53.5%
9-County Finger Lakes Region  82.9%

Source: NYS Department of Education

Clinical Measures

Preventable hospital stays

1,164

Number of hospital stays for Prevention Quality Indicator 90 (PQI 90) per 100,000 (age and sex adjusted), 2015-2016

Race

White Non-Latino  1,002
Black Non-Latino 2,560
Hispanic  1,682
Other  1,623

Socio Economic Status

Lowest 1,692
Second Lowest 977
Middle 1,015
Second Highest 1,123
Highest 560

Geography

Chemung 1,456
Livingston 1,148
Monroe  1,107
Ontario 1,068
Schuyler 1,293
Seneca 1,376
Steuben 1,135
Wayne 1,417
Yates 1,131

Source: NY Statewide Planning and Research Cooperative System Data Surveillance System

Depression screening

TBA

Percentage of patients screened using the Patient Health Questionaire-9 (PHQ-9)

Race

Under Development

Socio Economic Status

Under Development

Geography

Under Development

ED visits with behavioral health diagnosis

9.6%

Percentage of all emergency department patients with a behavioral health diagnosis (age and sex adjusted), 2014

Race

White Non-Latino 10.2%
Black Non-Latino 7.8%
Hispanic 10.6%
Other 7.6%

Socio Economic Status

Lowest 9.9%
Second Lowest 10.8%
Middle 8.4%
Second Highest 9.0%
Highest 9.2%

Geography

Chemung 8.5%
Livingston 11.9%
Monroe  9.9%
Ontario 9.7%
Schuyler 4.0%
Seneca 16.9%
Steuben 6.3%
Wayne 11.8%
Yates 6.8%

Source: NY Statewide Planning and Research Cooperative System Data

ED visits among those 65+

337

Number of emergency department visits that involve adults 65 and older per 1,000 (age and sex adjusted), 2014

Race

White Non-Latino 318
Black Non-Latino 517
Hispanic 496
Other 564

Socio Economic Status

Lowest 471
Second Lowest 388
Middle 365
Second Highest 307
Highest 201

Geography

Chemung 411
Livingston 295
Monroe  306
Ontario 354
Schuyler 541
Seneca 299
Steuben 444
Wayne 339
Yates 445

Source: NY Statewide Planning and Research Cooperative System Data

30 day readmissions with behavioral health diagnoses

13.4%

Percentage of adults who are readmitted to the hospital within 30 days who also have a behavioral health diagnosis (age and sex adjusted), 2014

Race

White Non-Latino 13.6%
Black Non-Latino 16.7%
Hispanic 18.4%
Other 9.8%

Socio Economic Status

Lowest 16.0%
Second Lowest 14.3%
Middle 13.3%
Second Highest 11.7%
Highest 10.0%

Geography

Chemung 14.1%
Livingston 12.2%
Monroe  14.7%
Ontario 13.5%
Schuyler 12.3%
Seneca 13.9%
Steuben 13.2%
Wayne 14.1%
Yates 10.4%

Source: NY Statewide Planning and Research Cooperative System Data Surveillance System

Nursing home use

96,053

Number of nursing home days per 1,000 individuals 85 and older (age adjusted) 

Geography

Chemung 111,498
Livingston 90,950
Monroe  95,610
Ontario 75,332
Schuyler 108,163
Seneca 109,934
Steuben 92,957
Wayne 103,877
Yates 116,216

Source:  Centers for Medicare and Medicaid 2013 Skilled Nursing Facility Cost Reports