Future Communities Institute

We envision a world where everyone, regardless of race, gender, or disability, has an equal opportunity to thrive. Our mission is to eliminate systemic inequities by enabling communities to implement coordinated, evidence-based, early interventions focused on underserved communities.

By helping cities better leverage data and digital technologies via engagements ranging from coordination of care to performance measurement, the Future Communities Institute, and our partners are working together to develop, implement, and promote the adoption of sustainable solutions to common public health challenges.

Future Communities

By: Future Communities Institute

People with vision difficulty are more likely than the general population to be in poverty, with the poverty gap remaining around 10% over time. Adding to this challenge, only about half of the people (50.9%) with vision difficulty labor force.