Data-driven decision-making is nothing new to those in health care. Life and death decisions are made every day based on patient data. However, as health care moves beyond the hospital walls and into the community, understanding the dynamic environment in which their patients reside is critical to reducing costs and improved patient outcomes.
Network Commons is a live online discussion series on cross-sector strategies to improve neighborhood health and well-being.
The 100 Million Healthier Lives Adult Well-Being Assessment is a seven-item questionnaire to measure well-being in four domains: physical health, mental health, social well-being, and spiritual-well being. The assessment tool was created by the 100 Million Healthier Lives Metrics Development team using previously validated items and input from over 30 leading experts from a variety of public, private, and academic institutions.
We know that there are health and economic disparities across communities especially when it comes to access to affordable housing, healthy food, and even neighborhood parks. Community Commons is an interactive mapping tool created to inspire change and improve communities. Thousands of databases are combined in categories such as income/economy, education, food, environment, and health. …
Evidence is having bit of a renaissance. From Pay for Success financing to evidence-based policymaking, a movement is growing to answer that most basic question: Are we making a difference? We spoke with Eileen Fitzgerald and Bill Kelly about Stewards of Affordable Housing for the Future’s outcome measures that track the impact of their service enriched housing programs on clients’ well-being.
MeasureUp has curated—in one place—the best examples of measurement and action in addressing the social determinants of health, from early planning stages to later evaluation and community engagement. It’s a one-stop shop for resources to help you measure and communicate the impact of your programs.
New data-collection tools that elicit consistent responses on health issues will be ready this fall. “On how many of the past seven days did you eat breakfast?” If I were to ask you that question, how would you answer? More importantly, how would you interpret the question? Over the past few months, Success Measures, a …