The pursuit of good health and well-being is inextricably intertwined with an individual’s ability to move freely about their community. Mobility choices available to an individual can be a driver in where a person chooses to live, the social and health-promoting activities they pursue, and the health-related services they access. Thus their health and well-being can be greatly impacted by choices offered and decisions made in the health care services, public health, social services, and transportation sectors.
This resource center has been created to assist mobility management professionals and their communities in understanding the intersection specifically among health care, public health, and transportation. (Note that when we talk about “transportation,” we are referring not only to the actual vehicles that move people, but also the infrastructure that allows people to connect to and use those vehicles and on which those vehicles travel.)
Within this Resource Center, we discuss the common (and sometimes divergent) goals and activities within the health care, public health, and transportation sectors, and offer resources to help better align these goals and activities and promote overall good health and well-being. Mobility management professionals can explore how mobility intersects with public health and health care, read and watch case examples of communities integrating mobility and health in practice, and browse NCMM’s resource library of relevant resources. Our goal with this Center to give you the tools to forge new alliances and better serve your community.
Help us add to these pages. If you know of a good resource, send it our way to firstname.lastname@example.org.