Learn how 100 Million Healthier Lives is using LiveStories to improve public health in communities from New York to Alaska.
Health expert Sofia Husain describes the difference between morbidity and mortality.
In the wake of recent shootings (including El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio), gun violence data in the United States has been in the forefront of the news cycles. This most recent data from the CDC reveals specific levels of firearm-related homicides and suicides in Massachusetts.
In the wake of recent shootings (including El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio), gun violence data in the United States has been in the forefront of the news cycles. This most recent data from the CDC reveals specific levels of firearm-related homicides and suicides by every county in the United States.
National Immunization Awareness Month
August is National Immunization Awareness Month (NIAM), established to help highlight the importance of immunizing people of all ages.
Every August healthcare professionals strive to highlight the efforts of health agencies to protect patients of all ages against vaccine-preventable diseases through on-time vaccination.
LiveStories encourages you to ensure your patients are up to date and educated about how these diseases are effecting your community—in real time. Research has consistently shown that healthcare professionals are the most trusted source of health information for both parents and patients.
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As your children head back to school this fall, make sure vaccination is at the top of your checklist. August is also a key time to make sure you are up to date on all the vaccines you need to stay healthy.
Throughout the month of August we will be sharing information and resources on social media to highlight the importance of vaccines. Help us spread the word! Follow the conversation on #ivax2protect to share why you choose to vaccinate.
LiveStories has transformed the way Mason County, WA is communicating their health data.
Seattle, WA — June 3, 2019 — Today, LiveStories launched an interactive web portal to explore the Well-Being in the Nation (WIN) Measurement Framework for every city, county, and state in America.
The Well-Being in the Nation (WIN) Measurement Framework: Measures for Improving Health, Well-Being, and Equity Across Sectors was also released today by 100 Million Healthier Lives, convened by the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI).
This web portal (www.winmeasures.org) provides easy access to all the leading indicators at any geographic scale. It organizes data from multiple sources into a single repository of intuitive charts and maps, saving users from hours of work.
"The idea of Well-Being In the Nation is to put a few key measures, drawn from across sectors, at people's fingertips so they can see the whole picture of how they're doing as a community. It has especially been important to us that the data feel accessible to anyone--from community residents to policymakers--because you need both to achieve well-being and equity in a community. It has truly been a pleasure to work with LiveStories to make that possible," says Somava Saha, MD, MS, Vice President, IHI, and Executive Lead for the 100 Million Healthier Lives initiative.
“We applaud the great work done by the community to come up with the WIN Measurement Framework,” said Adnan Mahmud, CEO, LiveStories. “At LiveStories, we are committed to building data experiences that move the needle on how communities live, learn, work, and play. We feel a great sense of pride in working with such a dedicated group of people to bring the WIN Measurement Framework to life and accessible to all types of users.”
The WIN measures can be used by anyone — from a federal agency to a health care organization to a community coalition to a media company — to guide policy, compare results across initiatives, and drive improvement. In addition to high school graduation rates, measures like child poverty rates, community walkability, and how people feel about their own lives and their future all turn out to be important in creating health and well-being over the course of their lives.
To bring the WIN measures to life, LiveStories collected data from multiple sources, cleaned the data, and synthesized the raw data into metrics. The portal was created to catalyze wide-scale adoption and exposure for these indicators. In the portal, the indicators are organized by topics and location. For a given topic, users can easily navigate to the specific location – state, county, city – and get detail indicator values for that location. The whole experience is optimized for the non-technical user.
More about this release from 100 Million Healthier Lives available here.
About 100 Million Healthier Lives
100 Million Healthier Lives, convened by the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, is an unprecedented collaboration of change agents across sectors who are creating hope and proof that real change is possible in the lives of real people and places who need it the most. Together, they are fundamentally changing the way the world thinks and acts to create health, well-being and equity.
About the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI)
The Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) is an independent not-for-profit organization based in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. For more than 25 years, IHI has used improvement science to advance and sustain better outcomes in health and health systems across the world. IHI brings awareness of safety and quality to millions, catalyzes learning and the systematic improvement of care, develops solutions to previously intractable challenges, and mobilizes health systems, communities, regions, and nations to reduce harm and deaths. IHI collaborates with a growing community to spark bold, inventive ways to improve the health of individuals and populations. IHI generates optimism, harvests fresh ideas, and supports anyone, anywhere who wants to profoundly change health and health care for the better. Learn more at ihi.org.
LiveStories builds and maintains large scale data reports, dashboards, and portals for governments and organizations. LiveStories makes it easy for any organization to turn their data into actionable insights, without deploying complicated tools or hiring expensive teams. Based in Seattle, LiveStories has partnered with dozens of organizations and government departments in the United States and around the world. Find out more about LiveStories at www.livestories.com
The podcast touches on different subjects including the difficultly organizations have trying to transform data into a meaningful story with visualizations.
Now a little background on the company. LiveStories is a data software designed to enable people to easily access, analyze, and publish data. This sounds simple enough right? And maybe kinda useful? Well instantly I became intrigued with the mission of our CEO and his big dream of building an all encompassing data library—so I joined the team.
You aspire to implement a modern communication strategy. However, your strategy revolves around distributing a set of PDF files — something that is 30 years old and offers little interactivity