We partnered with the County’s Public Health Department, specifically Director Jeff Lee and Epidemiologist Edwin Rodriguez. Their mission is to promote and protect public health through education, prevention and partnerships. Read about how the mySidewalk team helped them achieve their goals and tell their data story.
City leaders should always consider how the policies they support will help or harm community health. Check out how mySidewalk can help your team establish social indicators for determining the health of your community.
Making informed governing decisions based on the actual data, the demonstrated need, or the greatest opportunity is now a real possibility. Check out how the mySidewalk team can help you understand metrics and make data driven decisions with your community.
The right thing isn’t always easy and the easy thing isn’t always right, but emergency response professionals aren’t known for their willingness to take the easy way out. Learn more about the importance of measuring your team’s Emergency Response Force Total Time with the mySidewalk team.
Beyond traditional reports on physical and mental well-being, the health of a community can be further understood using social and economic data. Come learn the basics of using social indicators of community health with the mySidewalk Health team.
At mySidewalk, we have made it a goal to remove the complexity and offer data science as a service built into our incident performance solution. We enable your team to easily communicate your work in an impressive, visually appealing way that will inspire your peers and get you where you need to go.
Our mission at mySidewalk is to empower the public and city leaders with the most complete, clear, and real-time understanding of our communities so we can improve and innovate together. That public includes the nearly one in five Americans with a disability. Learn how we are making the data shared in our reports and dashboards accessible to everyone.
At mySidewalk, we know that old habits can be hard to break, especially when it comes to innovating in your field and trying new things. In this article, we break down the phenomenon we like to call “Data Disposophobia”--the inability to let go of data we don’t need in order to focus on the data that will make the most compelling story.