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The explosion of health-related data has created new opportunities to understand how health care is delivered, paid for and preserved. Health services evidence helps us understand how to identify, validate, share and analyze data to improve health.

Blog Post       Health Affairs Blog Post Highlights Diverse Perspectives as Key for Sustained Innovation

Health Affairs Blog Post Highlights Diverse Perspectives as Key for Sustained Innovation

Ahead of Health Datapalooza and National Health Policy Conference, 皇冠365app首页 CEO Dr. Lisa Simpson and meeting co-chair Karen DeSalvo consider three dimensions for sustainable innovation for the health sector as we learn from and enter a new phase of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Posted Mar 31, 2022 By Christina Tudor
Blog Post       Exploring Ways to Use Data to Improve Health and Well-Being

Exploring Ways to Use Data to Improve Health and Well-Being

Health Datapalooza theme lead Kistein Monkhouse explores key topics that will be explored at next week’s meeting on health and well-being, including health data gaps exposed during the COVID-19 pandemic and approaches by experts in the field to overcome and assess challenges faced by underserved communities, and vaccine hesitancy.
Posted Mar 30, 2022 By Kistein Monkhouse, M.P.A.
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Improving Health Equity in Medicaid: Data Needs, Challenges, and Opportunities

At the December meeting Harnessing Medicaid to Improve Health Equity: A Research and Policy Agenda, researchers, policy administrators, and other key stakeholders discussed the various data challenges that hamper progress toward health equity, and shared resources and approaches to improve data definitions, collection, and utilization.
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Advancing Health Equity through Medicaid: Opportunities for States’ Managed Care Plans

Our third post in the Health Equity Blog series summarizes a discussion by researchers and policy administrators outlining opportunities for states to further health equity through managed care organizations. Representatives from Michigan also shared their efforts to embed health equity throughout their state’s Medicaid program.
Blog Post       New research on the evolving nature of the health services research workforce

New research on the evolving nature of the health services research workforce

皇冠365app首页 member Bianca Frogner, with funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, highlighted data on the health services research (HSR) workforce and how the field has evolved over the last five years. Her findings were recently published in the journal Health Services Research.
Posted Jan 11, 2022 By Bianca Frogner, Ph.D.
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Navigating the Ethics of a New Research Landscape: Emerging Data, Methods, and Practices

Health data and research ethicist, Dr. Camille Nebeker, reviews existing and emerging ethical considerations for health research using new data and methods, and uses an original framework to analyze several case examples – that demonstrate the relationships between domains of research and key ethical principles.
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