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Take all U.S. maternal and infant health data available from 12 government agencies and organizations (including the March of Dimes, CDC, U.S. Census Bureau, and USDA) and make it available to users not necessarily familiar with data visualization. It must also be customizable by geography, date, and more than 21 topics, including preterm birth, infant mortality, tobacco use, cesarean section rates, and health insurance coverage. Additional layers of customization—race, ethnicity, and maternal age—were also required, totaling more than 60,000 statistical combinations available for (free) output as graphs, maps, and tables.
accurate and honest.
We took PeriStats’ 15-plus years of raw data, collected from eight major sources, and created more than 60,000 different ways to understand maternal and infant health. For the numbers to truly speak for all the mothers and children behind these numbers, the output—maps, graphs, tables—must be accurate, consistent, and honest.
We first dug deep into the data and the story it was trying to tell. Once visualized, patterns emerged and inspired useful, relevant interpretations. For PeriStats and their audience, this translates into a clean, intuitive interface (i.e., dashboard) that delivers and makes sense of life-changing information for health professionals, researchers, medical librarians, policymakers, students, the media, and of course—families.
PRI has a long history of working with clients to build products and websites that engage their customers through data visualization. In fact, we consider this a specialty of ours: Making sense of and clearly communicating complicated concepts and data, all while standing out from the mass of competing data streams.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
Health Resources Services Administration
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
United States Census Bureau
National Governors Association
United States Department of Agriculture
National Birth Defects Prevention Network
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