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Category: Reports and presentations (page 3 of 3)

Supporting data-driven action to improve quality of life

The new Alamo Regional Data Alliance (ARDA) has drafted its new vision: By establishing and supporting a culture of data-driven action, we will improve the quality of life of people in our region. Check out the draft Product Vision Board that lays out a roadmap to reach that vision. CI:Now provides staffing support to the ARDA collaborative.

2016 Bexar Co. Community Health Needs Assessment released

The Health Collaborative has released the 2016 Bexar County Community Health Needs Assessment. CI:Now was the data partner to The Health Collaborative, compiling and analyzing the quantitative data and developing the narrative report and findings.

Child abuse/neglect mini-assessment published

CI:Now has compiled the Child Abuse and Neglect in Bexar County: Overview of Related Demographics, Risk Factors, and Outcomes mini-assessment to support United Way-led collaborative planning for prevention of child abuse and neglect.

Presentation: CI:Now and Growing Local Data Capacity

Laura McKieran, CI:Now Director, and Leilah Powell, Chief of Policy for Mayor Ivy R. Taylor, co-presented on CI:Now and Growing Local Data Capacity at the NNIP partner meeting.

Panel: Using Data in Rebuilding a Vibrant EastPoint

Clarissa Ozuna, CI:Now Program Manager for Research, participated in a CI:Now-hosted panel discussion on Using Data in Rebuilding a Vibrant EastPoint.

Presentation: A City on the Rise… But Whose?

Norma Garza, CI:Now Research Coordinator, presented on local disparities and inequity in A City on the Rise… But Whose?

Presentation: CommunityViewer integrated data system

Laura McKieran gives an overview of the CommunityViewer integrated data system.

Presentation: Engaging Hospitals in Community Change

Laura McKieran talks about CI:Now’s collaboration with area hospitals to assess health-related conditions in Bexar, Comal, and Guadalupe Counties.

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