LiveStories has transformed the Tulsa County Health Status Report from a rarely-updated 150-page PDF to a living, engaging microsite.
Jefferson County, CO, built their Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) entirely on LiveStories, ensuring their community had easy electronic access to the latest data and text.
See how UCLA’s Win-Win Project communicates their findings with a broad audience, in record time.
Learn how Texas’ Prevention Resource Center Region 9 is communicating local data using LiveStories.
Learn how Springfield-Greene County is fighting the flu by communicating fresh data to their community.
Learn how Contra Costa EMS is using LiveStories to drive quality improvement by creating accessible and interactive stories.
Learn how 100 Million Healthier Lives is using LiveStories to improve public health in communities from New York to Alaska.
Learn how the San Luis Obispo County Health Department is using LiveStories to help their community.
Learn how Live Well San Diego is using LiveStories to communicate public data on chronic diseases and civic engagement and improve their communities’ health, safety, and civic engagement.
Learn how California Health Care Foundation (CHCF) is helping counties throughout California use LiveStories to publish opioid safety data reports.
Learn how Marin County's Department of Health and Human Services is using LiveStories to conserve time and build a healthier community.
Learn how Health Data Matters is using Livestories to create a public health dashboard with data from Cleveland and Cuyahoga County, Ohio.
Learn how UCLA's Win-Win Project is using LiveStories to show the power of public health interventions and collaboration.
Learn how Sonoma County Health Department is using LiveStories to communicate findings from a survey they conducted on health and well-being of farmworkers in their local community.
LiveStories is working with the California Healthcare Foundation, The Public Health institute, and 10 California county health departments to improve public health through the use of data.
The U.S. Department of Human and Health Services, The Health Data Consortium, The de Beaumont Foundation, and the UK National Health Service launched an international competition for software solutions that could help harness existing open health data to develop visualizations and tools for health care providers and public health officials to better tackle obesity. HealthData+ used the LiveStories platform to create the winning application.