Common Good Vermont: Open Data: Vermont Department of Health

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There is a growing movement to open local, state, federal, and shared data sources to provide communities with information about critical resources such as affordable housing, public safety, and environmental protection. The series will discuss how open data can help collective impact initiatives through the presentation of working Vermont examples, national initiatives, and a look at what is ahead for this important trend in sharing community knowledge to unlock new solutions for the common good.

The Vermont Department of Health's David Grass, Environmental Health Surveillance Chief, and Mallory Staskus, Public Health Analyst, will discuss and demo multiple VDH Open Data resources that cover a variety of public health topics, including Data Explorer and Scorecard as well as discussing the Environmental Public Health Tracking Program and Healthy Vermonters 2020.

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