What is OASIS?

OASIS is a suite of interactive tools used to access the Georgia Department of Public Health's standardized health data repository. OASIS and the Repository are designed, built and maintained by the Office of Health Indicators for Planning (OHIP).
Click here for a 1-page highlight of OASIS Tools
Click here for a 1-page highlight of the OASIS Community Health Needs Assessment Dashboard.
Click here for a 1-page highlight of the OASIS Mapping Tool.

What's in OASIS?

The standardized health data repository used by OASIS is currently populated with Vital Statistics (births, deaths, fetal deaths, induced terminations, pregnancies),  Hospital Discharge, Emergency Room Visit, Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS), Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance Survey (BRFSS), STD, Motor Vehicle Crash, and Population data. Other datasets/data sources will be added. We welcome inquiries about translating your data into more meaningful information through OASIS. If more detailed information is needed, please contact us.
List of Indicators in OASIS

What can you do with OASIS?

Indicators in each tool are selectable by a variety of population, disease, and survey characteristics. Where applicable, you can choose data by age groups, race, ethnicity, sex (person), census tract, county commission district, county, health district, legislative district, perinatal region, state (place), and year (time).
All tables, charts and maps pertain to place of residence, except crash data which is by place of occurrence.

What can OASIS do for you?

OASIS plays an integral role in program planning, which includes determining target population areas, formulating financial plans, monitoring program effectiveness, program evaluation and reporting program outcomes.

Use OASIS data querying tools to:

Trust OASIS to:

No need to page through data books or make special requests, OASIS can access data more efficiently and accurately

If there are information needs above and beyond what OASIS can provide, please contact us.

Suggested Citation

Suggested Citation: Online Analytical Statistical Information System (OASIS), <name of tool used>, Georgia Department of Public Health, Office of Health Indicators for Planning (OHIP). <Date data accessed> https://oasis.state.ga.us/