Webinars

February 26, 2019 3pm EST

Making the Most of the 2019 County Health Rankings Release

Get ready! On March 19, the County Health Rankings & Roadmaps will release the annual County Health Rankings. We want you to be ready to respond and take advantage of the attention and excitement that comes with the release. Join us on February 26th to learn more about: New features and resources in the 2019 County Health Rankings. Tips for using featured...
March 27, 2018 3pm EDT

The 2018 County Health Rankings state reports: How to use data from these new reports to improve health and increase equity

This year’s County Health Rankings release includes enhanced state reports that focus on persistent gaps in opportunity that contribute to poor health outcomes. Building on our strong foundation of calling attention to the many factors that influence health, these reports highlight data on social and economic disparities based on place and on race and ethnicity, in addition to providing...
February 27, 2018 3pm EST

Making the Most of the 2018 County Health Rankings Release

Get ready! In March, the County Health Rankings and Roadmaps will release the 9th annual County Health Rankings. We want you to be ready to respond and take advantage of the attention and excitement that comes with the release. Join us on February 27th to learn more about: New features and resources in the 2018 County Health Rankings, including a focus...
November 14, 2013 3pm EST

Breaking Down the Rankings Model: Improving Access to Health Care

While we know that health is more than health care, access to health care continues to be an important component in community health. Health insurance is a key part of ensuring access to care.  Nationally, over 47 million nonelderly were uninsured in 2012. But how will the Affordable Care Act improve access to health care and help to improve community health?
April 23, 2013 3pm EDT

Breaking Down the Rankings Model: Tobacco and Alcohol Use

Tobacco use and excessive drinking are both leading causes of preventable death in the United States. Over 20% or the US adult population currently smokes cigarettes and 15% of adults drink excessively. The burden of tobacco use and alcohol are taking a large toll on the health of our local communities throughout the United States.