NYC Open Data Week 2022: Hundreds of Stories, One Place to Start: NYC Health Data

This video, recorded on March 8, 2022, demonstrates how to access and use data from health surveys, disease registries, vital statistics, and more.
NYC Open Data Week 2022:  Hundreds of Stories, One Place to Start: NYC Health Data
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The NYC Health Department (DOHMH) works to protect and promote the health of all New Yorkers. Unfortunately, differences in neighborhood resources have led to unfair health outcomes, with some New Yorkers living longer, healthier lives than others. Structural racism contributes to the disproportionate burden of disease, including COVID-19, in some communities. Learn where you can find and how you can use health data to advocate for health equity in your community.

Presenters

Ariel Charney, Researcher/Analyst, NYC DOHMH; Martha Alexander, Data Communications Outreach Analyst, NYC DOHMH; Matthew Montesano, Data Visualization Specialist, NYC DOHMH; Regina Zimmerman, Director, Data Governance and Informatics, NYC DOHMH

Organizer

NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

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