The national center for healthcare statistics, popularly known as NCHS, is an organization determined to find out the health issues of any area and how the disease can be eventually eradicated. It provides information regarding diseases and health issues from all over the country. They provide the data based on the geographical region, gender, or a specific age-group.
There is also information regarding which disease affects a group of people in society. They accumulate information regarding all the diseases and classify them on their database and make it available to the public. This helps the general population become aware of what is happening around them and whether they are at risk from any health-related issue.
The World Health Organization provides insights regarding all the diseases that are currently on the face of the earth and if any new diseases that can potentially be brooding, eventually affecting the greater population. They can get accurate data because of their multiple departments working towards searching for and attempting to eliminate as many diseases that come to light. It has been found in their research that various types of diseases take a monumental amount of human lives. What stands out is the fact that most of these diseases have easy treatments available. But because of the largely prevalent class division and discrimination based on race or economy, many people are unable to bear the cost of treatment and succumb to their diseases. The WHO accumulates data from more than 150 countries. They also compare the countries based on how many diseases are present in either and the scope for treatment. Birth and death expectancy are the most common basis for judging a countryâ€™s efficiency towards healthcare. The reoccurrence of any disease in a country is also a part of the health statistics.