The Congressional District Health Dashboard (the Dashboard) is a new, free website that gives policymakers and advocates a one-stop resource of unbiased, nonpartisan data at the congressional-district level to inform the development of policies that give everyone the opportunity for good health and wellbeing. Developed by the Department of Population Health at NYU Grossman School of Medicine, in partnership with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Dashboard equips users with first-of-its-kind data on health and conditions that affect health, including diabetes rates, rent burden, uninsurance, and broadband access, in every congressional district across the country.

On Thursday, April 20, at 2:00 PM ET, join NLC and the Dashboard team to explore this new tool, learn how policymakers can prioritize health policy topics most relevant to their constituents by viewing customized health snapshots and interactive maps, and how advocates can utilize the Dashboard to show lawmakers how their districts compare to others on key measures and dig into key findings and geographic trends across congressional districts.

Note: Registration link will take you to a non-NLC web page.