Health Informatics and Intersectionality: Data and Analytics

Telling a Story with Data to Improve Health Equity: Using data to work effectively toward health equity.

How do we use data to inform, monitor, and evaluate digital and social solutions and interventions? What type of frameworks should exist when sharing data to effectively design models that reinforce or promote communication, care planning, and health plan delivery? Data informs the strategy and enables monitoring of the effectiveness of the models for interventions. The data also helps to evaluate the organization’s implementation process and evaluate the impact of the strategies over time. It’s important to understand how geographic considerations impact population and community needs. This session will examine insights and tactics on how data can be leveraged to advance the engagements and model design.

During this session, participants will:

  • Discover how organizations are collaborating to promote evidence collection and health for underserved and high-risk populations.
  • Review recommended frameworks on how to build effective data structures that promote care for understanding and high-risk populations.

Understand the intersection between clinical and community data to help organizations build capacity for health equity.