Big Cities Health Inventory Data Platform
The Health Inventory Data Platform is an open data platform that allows users to access and analyze health data from 26 cities, for 34 health outcomes, and across six demographic factors. It enables users to explore data both by city and by indicator, facilitates comparisons among urban areas, and provides an avenue to understand the major health concerns of cities in the United States.
Big Cities Health Inventory Report
The Big Cities Health Inventory 2015: The Health of the Urban USA is the sixth edition of a report initially developed by the Chicago Department of Public Health and provides a snapshot of the health of Americans living in urban areas. By examining 34 health indicators in 26 cities, the report illustrates the major health issues that impact urban communities.
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The report highlights some of the innovative ways that cities are fighting the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s “Winnable Battles.” These are key health priorities connected to the leading causes of death and disease. The individual case studies report on cutting-edge programs and innovative approaches to address health challenges in select cities.
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