Department of Health and Human Services has provided data through its Community Health Status Indicators program since 2000.
What does CHSI stand for?
CHSI stands for Community Health Status Indicator (US DHHS)
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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See other definitions of CHSI
We have 7 other meanings of CHSI in our Acronym Attic
- Construction Health and Safety Group (United Kingdom)
- Ceylon Hotel School Graduates Association (Sri Lanka)
- Cerha Hempel Spiegelfeld Hlawati (multinational law firm)
- Coppell High School Hockey Association (Texas)
- Country High School Hostels Authority (Australia)
- Center for Health Statistics and Information (China)
- Centre for Health & Safety Innovation (Canada)
- Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments (Department of the History of Science; Harvard University; Cambridge, MA)
- Comcast High Speed Internet
- Cumulative Heat Strain Index (heat stress research)
- Colorado High School Inline Hockey Association
- Clement-Harper-Stronach Issues Matrix (politics)
- Comprehensive Highway Safety Improvement Model (US Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration)
- Centre for Health and Social Justice (India)
- Club of Hungarian Science Journalists
- Change of Operational Schedule
- Carlson Health Sciences Library (University of California, Davis)
- Catholic High School League (Detroit, MI)
- Center for Hearing, Speech and Language (est. 1918; Denver, CO)
Samples in periodicals archive:
 A survey conducted by the UCLA Center for Healthier Children indicated that nationwide at least 115 Community Health Report Cards were profiling community health in 1999,  including the Community Health Status Indicators that are provided by CDC.
SF-12 physical and mental components scores for each community were looked at using Pearson's correlations to examine the relationships between community health status indicators and SF-12 scores (Ware, Kosinski, and Keller 1996a,b).