As the COVID-19 pandemic unfolds in the United States, government agencies and institutions are taking a hard look at hospital capacity for the surge in anticipated severe COVID-19 cases.
With our rapidly changing health landscape, it’s essential to take stock of where precious resources are needed most. With PolicyMap, you can use data to target interventions for our most vulnerable populations to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
Access to public parks offers proven physical and mental health benefits. How does your neighborhood’s access to parks measure up?
Learn from PolicyMap’s CEO and Founder Maggie McCullough about new ways to find the data you need and how to interpret it on our new maps.
Home ownership has traditionally been one of the main vehicles for accumulating and inheriting wealth in the United States. But not everyone has an equal chance to purchase a home.
PolicyMap’s Eliza Wallace was a guest on Philadelphia radio station WURD to discuss home repair needs and costs in Philadelphia’s Black community.
The New PolicyMap is coming soon, bringing more ways to dig deeper into data on your communities. Here are some of the new features coming your way.
The authors of the PolicyMap and Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia study, “Measuring and Understanding Home Repair Costs,” have just published an article about the study for WHYY, Philadelphia’s NPR-affiliated public media organization. You can read the article here. The article focuses on home repair needs in the Philadelphia area, where 41% of renters, according […]