The first nationwide database of evictions, from Princeton University. Housing has major impacts on health, and evictions are a common way for people to become homeless or unstably housed. This database allows you to see what eviction looks like in your community, and to create custom maps and charts to share with peers and decisionmakers....

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The Better Care Playbook has introduced an interactive map that let’s users learn about and connect with complex care programs based on target population, care model, and other important features. Programs represented in the Complex Care Map were identified by the Center for Health Care Strategies. The Better Care Playbook is a rich resource library on...

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This guide from Data Across Sectors for Health (DASH) introduces non-health sector professionals to healthcare data, answering questions such as: Who collects and uses health care data? What are some common types of health care data? How is health care data stored and what systems are used to store it? What are typical uses of...

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This comprehensive guide from the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) North America provides practical guidance on how to obtain and use existing nonpublic administrative data (rather than collecting new data) for a randomized evaluation. Government departments and other organizations collect administrative data for the purposes of registration, transaction, and record keeping, usually during...

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