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In the quickly evolving world of health data, new and innovative tools are emerging to analyze the vast scores of data being produced. Health services researchers are developing and evaluating new tools to improve the analysis of Big Data to inform policy and action.

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Medicaid Research Agenda and Toolkit Help Measure the Impact of Post Covid Condition (PCC) on Medicaid-enrolled Populations

A new Health Affairs blog highlights AcademyHealth’s Evidence-Informed State Health Policy Institute’s engagement with state-university partnerships comprised of Medicaid policymakers and researchers to develop a post-COVID Medicaid research agenda and toolkit to help measure the impact of Post-COVID Condition (PCC) on Medicaid-enrolled populations.
Posted Jul 28, 2023 By Zoe D’Angelo
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New Research Proposes Metrics, Measures, and Models Promoting Health Equity

The Preparedness and Treatment Equity Coalition (PTEC) is supporting four teams develop implementable, data-driven research to decrease inequity in the health care system. These projects were identified in partnership with AcademyHealth and a work group comprised of PTEC members and partners.
Blog Post       The Relationship between Health and Place: Expanding Use of Place-Based Disadvantage Indices Beyond COVID-19

The Relationship between Health and Place: Expanding Use of Place-Based Disadvantage Indices Beyond COVID-19

While disadvantage indices are increasingly recognized as a valuable tool to help promote health and prioritize equity, future use of these tools must include investments in data infrastructure, community partnerships, and further evaluation.
Posted Nov 9, 2021 By Rachel Campbell-Baier , Caitlin Otter

States Explore the Use of Disadvantage Indices to Advance Health Equity in COVID-19 Vaccinations and Beyond

At a June 2021 AcademyHealth workshop, supported by Blue Shield of California Foundation, public health officials shared their on-the-ground experiences of using disadvantage indices to locate COVID-19 testing sites, allocate vaccines, set up vaccination sites, and conduct community outreach to overcome vaccine hesitancy.
Past Event

HSRProj Back to School Webinar: How to Search, Communicate, and Disseminate Your Research

This introductory seminar explored effective search, communication, and dissemination strategies and provided an overview of resources publicly available through the National Library of Medicine for public health and health services and policy researchers to use in their work.
Date & Time August 21, 2019, 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. ET Location Online