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  • CT Open Data Guide: Health

    DataHaven Resources Some of our most popular resources for health data include: DataHaven Community Wellbeing Survey - survey of over 16,000 randomly-selected adults throughout CT; questions related to public health, social determinants of health, and health care access provide local-level data about Connecticut communities that are not available from any other source.

    Jan. 4, 2017

    Health

  • The new ecosystem of health data keeps getting bigger: Tipsheet on public health datasets available from CMS

    This file is a collection of links to public health datasets maintained by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, as well as other Federal agencies. An excerpt from the file, posted by Charles Ornstein on Google Drive in December 2016:

    Jan. 4, 2017

    Health

  • Number-Crunching New Haven: 17 Data Points That Point To A Changing City

    Excerpt of cover feature article by David Holahan:

    Dec. 1, 2016

    All DataHaven Programs, Community Wellbeing Survey, Civic Vitality, Demographics, Economy, Education, Health, Housing, Public Safety

  • Higher levels of depression, anxiety found among region's Hispanics (New London)

    Excerpt: "It’s tough getting an appointment with Dianna Rodriguez, a behavioral health clinician at the Community Health Center’s New London clinic. “My schedule is always full,” said Rodriguez, the only Spanish-speaking mental health counselor at the clinic, and one of only a few in the greater New London area. “We could definitely use more Spanish-speaking clinicians.”

    Nov. 27, 2016

    All DataHaven Programs, Community Wellbeing Survey, Health

  • Report: Valley towns are growing more diverse

    Excerpt: .... The 2016 Valley Community Index is a deep dive into data collected from federal, state and local agencies, and from residents themselves. DataHaven is the principal author of the 58-page study that was sponsored by the Valley Community Foundation and Griffin Hospital.

    Nov. 22, 2016

    All DataHaven Programs, Community Wellbeing Survey, Civic Vitality, Demographics, Economy, Education, Health, Housing, Public Safety

  • Report Raises Tough Questions For The Valley

    Excerpt: What can be done to retain Derby families who are struggling to stay in the city? Why are the asthma rates so high in Ansonia and Derby? By the year 2025, the Valley’s senior citizen population is expected to have grown by 102 percent since 1990. But will those seniors be able to live in their homes? Will there be a support system to help them? What will they need?

    Nov. 21, 2016

    All DataHaven Programs, Community Wellbeing Survey, Civic Vitality, Demographics, Economy, Education, Health

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