HealthierHere’s metrics and reports for King County
Data is essential to our work. Our region’s data tells the real story of the needs and opportunities for improvement in our community and we use data to inform every step of our work. All our approaches call for the improvement of specific metrics as outlined in the Washington State Health Care Authority’s project toolkit. Here you will find the latest numbers we’re watching in our region.
Who We Serve
Click the links below to explore better understand the King County Medicaid population, including demographics, health indicators and gaps, and patterns in service utilization.
The Services We Use
Partnerships are the cornerstone of HealthierHere’s work. Click the links below to view featured data sets from some of our key health care and social service partners.
Health Care Providers
Counts of Medicaid members and claims by health care provider, member demographics, and diagnosis
Social Services Providers
The Medicaid Transformation Project relies on ACHs to meet their goals and metrics. Click the links below to learn how HealthierHere is meeting statewide measures and what we are doing to make a difference in our region.
Baseline performance gaps that HealthierHere is aiming to address through working with healthcare and social service providers serving the Medicaid population
Click the links below to explore additional data relevant to our work.
Medicaid ED Utilization Analysis, King County 2017
Emergency Department utilization among King County Medicaid members by demographics, residence, health status, amount of use, and cause of visit
Focus Populations Analysis
Compare demographics and use of acute, crisis-oriented health care services across Medicaid member focus populations
Equity Analysis of Medicaid Transformation Performance Measures
Identify Medicaid member demographic characteristics and risk factors associated with positive and negative outcomes on selected performance measures of the Medicaid transformation