From Past Issues

How new mothers’ health data is saving women’s lives in California

Monday September 30, 2019 / By The Commons

From The Health Issue

Dr. David Lagrew is an OB-GYN and founding member of the CMQCC.  How did the California Maternal Quality Care Collaborative get started?  In 2005 the state... Read More

When the best medicine in the world isn’t enough, what can technology do?

Monday September 30, 2019 / By Sonia Sarkar

From The Health Issue

Sonia Sarkar was previously the Chief Policy and Engagement Officer for the Baltimore City Health Department. Fifteen years ago, I volunteered at clinics... Read More

At the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), designing a better way forward for veterans

Monday September 30, 2019 / By The Commons

From The Health Issue

For Elliot, a veteran who was weathering a difficult transition back to civilian life, it wasn’t just one problem that was holding him back. It was a combination... Read More

Finding value in overlooked data, to support what residents need most

Wednesday July 17, 2019 / By Leigh Tami & Hana Schank

From The Data Issue

Leigh Tami is currently the Director of Data and Analytics for the NYC City Parks Commission, after four years of leading groundbreaking city data initiatives... Read More

A culture change, inside and out, for data in Kansas City

Wednesday July 17, 2019 / By Lindsay Muscato

From The Data Issue

The revolution wasn’t a given—Eric Roche and Kate Bender talk about the people-powered shifts that made a big difference for how their city operates.... Read More

“We aren’t counting what is important, we’re counting what is available.”

Wednesday July 17, 2019 / By Sam Edelstein

From The Data Issue

Sam Edelstein sees exciting potential in new ways to get data, but there’s more to consider beyond the count. Sam Edelstein is the City of Syracuse,... Read More

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