This brief by Health Leads provides guidance for organizations adopting resource databases as a technology solution to support social determinants of health programs, providing examples to demonstrate the ways in which data usage and interpretation can impact equitable access to essential resources and improve connection rates. Read the brief

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This set of resources from the National Academy for State Health Policy (NASHP) illustrates how convergent analysis — which helps to depict the extent that different health conditions coexist at their worst level — can be applied to publicly available data sets to advance health and racial equity. The toolkit includes examples of convergent analysis...

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This guide for researchers and analysts, constructed by the Urban Institute, focuses on how data practitioners can approach their work through a lens of diversity, equity, and inclusion, and aims to encourage thoughtfulness in how analysts work with and present their data rather than prescribe what to do or not to do. Read the...

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This brief from the Center for Health Care Strategies describes a process used to identify a set of patient- and staff-reported measures for the eight Advancing Integrated Models pilot sites. These measures can supplement traditional utilization, outcomes, and cost measures and support complex care programs interested in expanding their capacity to evaluate care delivery innovations....

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