Our current pandemic makes it critical for accurate information on local health conditions. PolicyMap has health estimation data available for users to understand the conditions in their neighborhoods.
In 2016, the CDC says there were 27 opioid deaths in Philadelphia. Philadelphia says there were 725. That’s a big difference. Here’s how to make sense of it.
PolicyMap now displays data from the CDC 500 Cities project, which includes census tract level measures related to chronic health conditions.
It’s Opioid Awareness Week. Learn how to use PolicyMap to explore data related to substance abuse and the opioid epidemic.
PolicyMap provided the USDA with an interactive web mapping application to show rates of drug overdose deaths, treatment facilities and rural housing assets