A better index for insights & impact
We're on a mission to measure what matters to community well-being. Use our data to make positive changes where we live, work, and play. Together, we will help more people live better, longer.
Mapping measures for meaning
Our interactive map gives you powerful perspective on our data. Go broad, such as comparing your state to others. Or go deep, such as isolating the well-being concerns in your community. And that's only the start.
How's the health in your community?
Community Well-Being Index by the numbers
What is the Sharecare Community Well-Being Index (CWBI)?
Our index brings together more than 600 proven health risk factors into a single measure. By combining both individual and social factors, our index uniquely measures well-being across people and places.
We based the index on decades of clinical research, health care leadership, and health economics. We conduct regular surveys within every community in the United States. We then analyze that data and score each community on a scale of 0 to 100. Updated every year, our current index is based on responses from more than 3 million surveys and 600+ social determinants of health.
All the factors in community well-being together
Analyzing these ten health domains across people and places makes analysis better for everyone. Rather than focus only on the result, we can identify the root cause. And that insight sparks real change.
Individual health factors
Based on the Well-Being Index for individuals, we measure five domains.
Having good health and enough energy to get things done daily
Liking where you live, feeling safe and having pride in your community
Liking what you do each day and being motivated to achieve your goals
Having supportive relationships and love in your life
Managing your economic life to increase financial security and reduce stress
Data in action
See our index make an impact on community well-being.
Depression Risk and Financial Health are Intrinsically Connected
Sharecare Community Well-Being Index Finds Broad Improvements in US Metro Areas in 2020 but Substantial Declines for Certain Sub-populations
Research & Analysis
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