To provide our subscribers with actionable insights to identify and measure social and economic inequalities and environmental issues, supporting our common goal of improving community conditions throughout the US.
Healthcare Inequality Index
The Healthcare Inequality Index measures the availability of healthcare services and the obtainability or ability of the population to access healthcare services in local markets throughout the US.
Broadband Inequality Index
The Broadband Inequality Index will measure availability of high speed broadband services and the obtainability or ability of the population to access high speed broadband services in local markets throughout the US.
Education Inequality Index
The Education Inequality Index will measure availability of quality education and the obtainability or ability of the population to access quality education in local markets throughout the US.
Environmental Quality Index
The Environmental Quality Index will measure environmental factors including air quality, water quality, global warming, deforestation and waste disposal in local markets throughout the US.
Food Inequality Index
The Food Inequality Index will measure the availability of food sources and the obtainability or the ability of the population to access food sources in local markets throughout the US.
We provide a subscription platform that allows investors, foundations, family offices, philanthropists, governmental entities, and others to identify specific communities throughout the US that may benefit from investments in services, infrastructure, or businesses. Our subscription platform provides access to a series of indices that correlate to social and environmental issues in the United States.
Each Index quantifies the inequality of a good or service in underserved areas or the environmental sustainability of an area and measures progress in improving community and environmental conditions over time. Inequality exists if those within the designated area lack the ability to obtain available services, services are not available in the designated area, or both of these factors are present in the designated area. To facilitate decisions and measurements, each index provides detailed demographic and other data for each community in a format that helps subscribers facilitate actions and measure progress over time.
The first index developed by The Center is the Healthcare Inequality Index, which measures the local availability of healthcare services and the ability of individuals in those local markets to obtain healthcare services.
The Center will use its methodology, insights, and resources to create additional indices beyond healthcare. The second index to be developed by The Center in early 2022 will be the Broadband Inequality Index, followed by additional indices for environmental, education, food and other issue areas.
The Center for Impact Indices is a glendonTodd Capital, LLC portfolio company that offers a unique suite of data driven, specific indices that correlate to social and environmental issues in the United States.
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