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HealthLandscape is dedicated not only to data democratization and data visualization, but also to research related to health, health care and social determinants of health. We are actively researching how our social circumstances affect our health and access to health care, applying geospatial and statistical techniques to help answer questions about disparities in health outcomes, and creating new visualization methods.

New data available in HealthLandscape! County-level data from the USDA Food Environment Atlas is now available in HealthLandscape. The Food Environment Atlas includes data on proximity to food stores and restaurants, food prices, nutrtion-related assistance programs, health, and community characteristics. These factors interact to influence...
New data available in HealthLandscape! HealthLandscape now contains 2009 data for Internet Crime Complaints by State and Internet Crime Perpetrators by State. The internet crime complaints data are 2009 state rates based on filings with the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3). The internet crime perpetrators...
(Originally posted by Mark Carrozza at http://blogs.healthfoundation.org/HealthLandscape) It’s been said “If a picture paints a thousand words, then a map paints a thousand pictures.” That’s 1,000,000 words. Imagine the stories you can tell with maps! Welcome to the HealthLandscape Blog. In the coming months, we’ll...
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