Building a public health data system rooted in health equity is key to building a Culture of Health, where everyone has a fair and just opportunity to live a long and healthy life. This special publication, Charting an Equity-Centered Public Health Data System, highlights what can be done to create a modern public health data system that advances equity.
Charting an Equity-Centered Public Health Data System funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, based on the work of the National Commission to Transform Public Health Data Systems, includes a collection of articles that dive into the role of big data and tech in contributing to a transformed public health data system.
Alonzo L. Plough
Anita Chandra, Laurie T. Martin, Joie D. Acosta, Christopher Nelson, Douglas Yeung, Nabeel Qureshi, and Tara Blagg
Joie D. Acosta, Anita Chandra, Douglas Yeung, Christopher Nelson, Nabeel Qureshi, Tara Blagg, and Laurie T. Martin
Tina J. Kauh and Maryam Khojasteh
Laurie T. Martin, Christopher Nelson, Douglas Yeung, Joie D. Acosta, Nabeel Qureshi, Tara Blagg, and Anita Chandra
Laurie T. Martin, Anita Chandra, Christopher Nelson, Douglas Yeung, Joie D. Acosta, Nabeel Qureshi, and Tara Blagg
Moderator: Monica McLemore
Participants: Javier Robles, Kathryn G. Schubert, and Melicia C. Whitt-Glover
Moderator: Karen DeSalvo
Participants: Alonzo L. Plough, Brian Castrucci, Gail C. Christopher, and Herminia Palacio
Moderator: Michael Crawford
Participants: Francisca Flores, Marynia Kolak, Amy Hawn Nelson, and Malaika Simmons
Moderator: Tina J. Kauh
Participants: Terry Ao Minnis, Meeta Anand, Maya Berry, and Rosalind Gold