This report from Guy’s and St Thomas’ Charity in the UK combines stories and data to explore how people in disadvantaged neighborhoods progress from one chronic medical condition to multiple. The report features in-depth data visualizations showing everything from frequency of chronic condition by age to the sequence of acquisition of multiple conditions. The report...

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This Office Hours session features Laura Buckley, Senior Program Manager for Innovation Operations; Dawn Wiest, Director of Action Research and Evaluation; and Tyson Smith, Senior Program Manager for Qualitative Research, who all work on the Camden RESET program at the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers. Individuals with complex health and social needs interact with a...

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The first nationwide database of evictions, from Princeton University. Housing has major impacts on health, and evictions are a common way for people to become homeless or unstably housed. This database allows you to see what eviction looks like in your community, and to create custom maps and charts to share with peers and decisionmakers....

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Legal restrictions can make data sharing to improve health difficult. This report from Data Across Sectors for Health (DASH) spotlights a cross sector data-sharing agreement between the Chicago Department of Public Health and Chicago Public Schools, detailing how these two institutions were able to legally collaborate and share limited data in order to improve student...

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