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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  • Just a quick note that we will be hosting a webinar with our federal collagues from Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) on May 8th.  They have a treasure trove of health related information that is used extensively in academia and research, but not known within the human services and other domains.  It may have tremendous value for analysis and program development/management.  A well kept secret we are going to expose soon.  Hold the time on your calendar and look for an announcement shortly. 

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