The Pulse Data Hub
The Pulse Data Hub is designed to provide the Rocky Mountain Partnership and the general community with data and data-related resources to support understanding of our community’s current state, the Partnership’s progress towards shared targets, and action that can be taken to improve the economic and social mobility of our region.
Elements of the Data Hub include:
- The Community Well-Being Index: Provides in-depth information on how children, adults, and families are faring across a variety of health, economic security and education indicators (aka the 5 Community Well-Being Data Domains)
- The Rocky Mountain Partnership Scorecard: Serves as a scorecard for the Rocky Mountain Partnership to measure annual progress towards shared priorities and targets, specifically towards closing equity gaps
- The Collective Data Center: Serves as the data center for each of the collective work areas prioritized by the Partnership
(i.e Credential attainment and Work-Based Learning, Equitable Hiring and Retention, Housing and Education, Youth Mental Health)
- The Collective Work Asset Center: Provides an inventory of the resources currently available in the region that support community members in the Partnership’s work areas
To learn more about the types of data included in each component, click on the button below!
To learn more about the proposed data points that are being tracked in each component, click on the button below!
Click HERE to see the frequently asked questions about data and if you have any questions please contact RMP Backbone Senior Director of Strategic Supports Ashley Edinger at AshleyEdinger@RMPBackbone.org.
The Rocky Mountain Partnership is working with ResultsLab to produce the Data Hub