Data can be used to do a lot of things. The amount of data around health is enormous and it continues to grow. The data that is available can help identify several things, to include cost-effective programs and policies around health. If we have this data, how can it be used to make a case for health policies and programs that we know would improve population health in the current environment? And how do we do this without reinforcing stereotypes and bias?


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