Can multilingual recipes and nutrition data change how Californians eat?
The EatFresh website by Leah’s Pantry encourages 5.3 million SNAP-eligible Californians to adopt a healthy diet and lifestyle, which can reduce chronic disease. We’ve teamed up with this nonprofit to see how EatFresh changes knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors regarding buying, preparing and eating fresh foods.
Large-scale health & social problems? Start with the datasets!
We’re working with the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers in New Jersey to map how city patients are accessing health care services in real time. By combining health data and social data in a new database, CCHP aims to improve care coordination, identify issues that affect health, help deliver preventative care, and generate cost-savings.
For stroke patients, it’s Game On!
We’ve partnered with Towson University Foundation to create a mobile app for stroke survivors. Patients enjoy playing games as they exercise and improve flexibility and coordination. Data from the app is driving better solutions through collaborations among stroke survivors, therapists, physicians, and caregivers.