Updated: Oct 8, 2021
2020 Key Findings Report
The 'County Health Rankings' state and national reports explore the nature and size of health differences by place and race/ethnicity to provide a deeper understanding of community health. This year’s national report focuses on signs of change in key measures of health, such as life expectancy and children living in poverty, over the past decade, showing us that, through existing patterns of unfair and avoidable differences, not everyone has had the same opportunity to be healthy where they live.
About the County Health Rankings & Roadmap
The County Health Rankings & Roadmaps, a program of the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute, works to improve health outcomes for all and to close the health disparities between those with the most and least opportunities for good health. This work is rooted in a deep belief in health equity, the idea that everyone has a fair and just opportunity to be as healthy as possible, regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, income, location, or any other factor.
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