Learn how our partners are benefitting from LiveStories.
Learn how the San Luis Obispo County Health Department is using LiveStories to help their community.
Live Well San Diego is a county-based program that works to improve communities’ health, safety, and civic engagement. LiveStories partnered with the county’s health agency last year, and they’ve used our platform to great effect in exploring the data behind the Live Well initiative.
The California Health Care Foundation (CHCF) is on the front lines of the opioid epidemic. LiveStories partnered with the CHCF to produce opioid safety data reports for 17 local coalitions throughout California.
Before LiveStories, County of Marin department of Health and Human Services spent 20 hours updating their reports, now it only takes them 30 minutes. Learn how they are using LiveStories to build a healthier community.
Learn about Health Data Matters' work to make public health data accessible for Cuyahoga and Cleveland counties.
See what one of our most prolific partners has done with our data storytelling platform.
When Sonoma County Health Department decided to conduct a survey of the health and well-being of farmworkers in their local community, a number of critical issues were uncovered
The Nigerian government's Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development used LiveStories to help analyze and report crop production across its many regions
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.