ANTHC Alaska Native Epidemiology Center (EpiCenter) banner image showing the Chugach mountains, a bar chart, and Alaska Native people

Using Data to Improve Health

Established in 1996, the Alaska Native Epidemiology Center (EpiCenter) is one of the twelve Tribal Epidemiology Centers established by the Indian Health Service. We are located within the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium’s (ANTHC) Community Health Services division. ANTHC, along with the regional Tribal health organizations, comprise the Alaska Tribal Health System, which has the primary goal of improving the health of Alaska Native people.

EpiCenter Mission – To contribute to the wellness of Alaska Native people by monitoring and reporting on health data, providing technical assistance, and supporting initiatives that promote health.

Click on Alaska Native Health Data image above to be redirected to interactive dashboard. New Dashboard coming soon!

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Alaska BRFSS Data Center

Explore Alaska Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) data in the new Alaska BRFSS Data Center.

BRFSS Explore the Data image

If you have questions or comments email

For more information about the Alaska BRFSS visit

Learn how to navigate the BRFSS Data Center
with this tutorial video.

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