Conduent Healthy Communities Institute

What is an indicator?

An indicator describes an aspect of the population used to measure health or quality of life. Health indicators may include measurements of illness or disease, as well as behaviors and actions related to health. Quality of life indicators include measurements related to economy, education, built environment, social environment, and transportation.

See examples below:




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