What if I told you, maps aren’t always the best way to display geographic data?
Where we live determines life outcomes. How do we measure opportunity in a community? Enterprise Community Partners’ Tiffany Manuel takes a look.
Hurricane Harvey caused flooding throughout Houston, including in toxic Superfund sites. Where else are Superfund sites in high-risk flood zones?
PolicyMap’s Elizabeth Nash moderated a panel at APDU 2017 on innovative uses of public data in education and other public policy areas.
Do geographic differences in Medicare costs correspond to higher rates of disease, frequent use of health facilities, and local behavioral health risks?
What is administrative data? Can it improve, complement, or replace survey data? These were some of the big questions discussed at the APDU 2017 conference.
PolicyMap now displays data from the CDC 500 Cities project, which includes census tract level measures related to chronic health conditions.
Hate crime data, including crimes motivated by bias against race/ethnicity/ancestry, religion, sexual orientation, disability, and gender/gender identity, are now available on PolicyMap.
New data from CMS related to quality of care in hospitals is now available in PolicyMap!