“In order to have a better impact on health we need to have data that can tell us where the gaps are in our services and where the needs are the greatest. Previous to the creation of this website there were several different data sets, some kept by different hospitals and community clinics, some kept by various local and state agencies. Now all the information is in one place, easily accessible to not only service providers but to the public as well,” said Stacey Cryer, director of Mendocino County Health and Human Services. Read the full story from the Ukiah Daily Journal.
Visit the site: healthymendocino.org