Exploring Disparities Using New and Updated Measures on SHADAC’s State Health Compare - State-Level Highlights for Unaffordable Rents, Unhealthy Days, and More: Webinar
Date: February 6, 2019
Time: 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Central
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On Wednesday, February 6th at 1:00 PM Central, SHADAC hosted a webinar introducing two new measures of health outcomes and social determinants of health on SHADAC’s State Health Compare—Unhealthy Days and Unaffordable Rents. This presentation by SHADAC researchers Brett Fried and Robert Hest examined these new measures and highlight how the estimates can be used to explore disparities between states and among sub-populations.
The webinar also provided a virtual tour of some of the more than 40 state-level measures currently available on State Health Compare, highlighting recently updated data in particular. Mr. Fried and Mr. Hest demonstrated how users can employ State Health Compare to easily create compelling maps, charts, and graphs, as well as download the raw estimates to perform deeper analyses and statistical testing.
SHADAC researchers also answered questions from attendees after the presentation.
2019 Measures and Estimates on State Health Compare
Table of Current Measures and Data Sources on State Health Compare
Adult Unhealthy Days: A New Measure on State Health Compare
Housing Affordability Matters: Measuring and Addressing the Burden of Unaffordable Rents
Examining Unaffordable Rents as a Social Determinant of Health
SHADAC Publication - Infographics
Fifty-State Analysis Finds Lower Access to Care among Adults with Less Education
Education Matters: Educational Attainment and Access to Health Care, 50-State Analysis
SHADAC Publication - State Fact Sheets and Infographics
Significance Testing Using State Health Compare