This poster provides a snapshot of findings from the Indicators of Diet Quality, Nutrition and Health for Americans by Program Participation Status, 2011–2016: WIC Report.
Insight’s central mission is to help social service programs use objective, high-quality information to improve outcomes for the children, families, and communities they serve. Our unique Data and Improvement Group supports these efforts by integrating leading-edge data science and process improvement capabilities under one roof.
The Insight team partnered with the National WIC Association to design and develop 89 state agency profiles in 4 weeks! The profiles display information on WIC participant characteristics, breastfeeding trends, childhood obesity rates, and mortality and birth outcomes for each state, U.S. territory, and Indian tribal organization.
It is only January, but the time is now for districts to start planning how they will support students when they return fully to classrooms.
USDA’s Food and Nutrition Service and Insight are pleased to share interactive graphics highlighting trends in WIC eligibility by participant category, race and ethnicity, region, and state.
This poster, developed by Insight’s Rachel Gaddes and Rachel Holzwart, highlights the facilitators and barriers to reporting sexual harassment and sexual assault in the military.
Insight’s health team supports CMS’s Nursing Home surveillance efforts by processing weekly COVID-19 data reported by nursing homes nationwide via the CDC’s National Healthcare Safety Network system. The dataset created by Insight is released as a public use file and used as a primary data source in multiple interactive graphics. Insight vets all independent informal dispute resolutions for nursing homes related to reporting COVID-19 data; we have vetted more than 1,500 such requests since early June 2020.
As families with greater resources turn to private schools or funding private “learning pods,” we must ensure we aren’t leaving the rest of our students behind to navigate uncharted virtual learning territory on their own.