Unlocking the Power of Local Health Data: How MWCs Can Leverage the City Health Dashboard

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At the Quality Institute, we encourage Mayors Wellness Campaign (MWC) towns to utilize local data to inform goals and programming. We know access to accurate health data can be a challenge, especially for smaller communities. Want to learn how you can access and utilize this local data to impact your community’s health?

Join us Wednesday, February 22, at 10 a.m. for a webinar focused on how communities can access and leverage accurate, local data to improve residents’ health outcomes. The City Health Dashboard is a free online resource that provides city and neighborhood-level data on 45 measures of health outcomes, health drivers, and equity for 900+ U.S. cities. They seek to improve population health and equity by making data, knowledge, and policies accessible to a wide range of change-makers including local health departments

Who Should Attend?

  • Mayors and elected officials
  • Local Health Department staff
  • Municipal and School District employees
  • MWC committee members and volunteers
  • Others interested in addressing health issues in their community

You Will Learn:

  • How you can leverage the City Health Dashboard to determine your community’s biggest health-related challenges and use it to inform your MWC programming
  • How to apply to the Put Us on the Map Challenge and join communities throughout New Jersey on the map
  • To utilize the City Health Dashboard to help support your efforts to improve health and equity for residents
  • How Cranbury Township is putting this data to use through their MWC


Register Here