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Across the country, people are working to transform their communities into places where everyone has an opportunity to live a long and healthy life.
Data can be a useful tool for many aspects of improving community health. Being able to measure and evaluate the health of a community and different groups of people within the community can help identify strengths and assets, inform how to allocate resources, and suggest where to prioritize efforts to improve health for all. Data help a community tell its story.
But how and where do you start?
The guidance, tools, and examples you find here will help you get started with making sense of new and existing data.