Findings and Insights

Explore webinars, podcasts, blogs and reports to learn about what drives health and equity and ways to create communities where everyone can thrive.


Register for upcoming webinars or watch archived videos highlighting community stories of health improvement, how a tool or strategy works, and more.

Podcast: In Solidarity

Tune into the conversation on our podcast, In Solidarity: Connecting Power, Place and Health.


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2023 County Health Rankings National Findings Report

This year, our National Findings Report  focuses on the connection between civic health and thriving people and places. Civic health reflects the opportunities people have to participate in their communities. It starts in our local communities and is the cornerstone of our democracy, representing promise, opportunity, belonging and shared responsibility.

Read the report

Review the national findings and state reports to stay informed on current and emerging topics relevant to health and equity across the country.

Browse scholarly publications researched and authored by the County Health Rankings team on a variety of topics related to population health and equity.

Explore analysis into what's working on specific public health topics and in different areas around the country.

View our latest webinar

Investigating new approaches to racial healing

On the National Day of Racial Healing we were joined by Build Healthy Places Network (BHPN) to examine how racial healing can transform relationships between people of color, including those from Black, Indigenous and Latino communities. BHPN developed REPAIR, a framework that helps institutions implement sustainable policies and practices that promote solidarity and healing. Program Manager Kevin Leacock shared how REPAIR can foster belonging, build trust and shift power so that public health, health care, community development and philanthropic sectors are better positioned to engage people of color in decisions that affect their health and well-being.