New Commission To Tackle How National Health Data Are Collected, Shared, And Used

Articles | June 1 2021

By Alonzo Plough Gail C. Christopher,

“COVID-19 has shown us once again that wealth, racism, and privilege play an outsized role in how long and how well people live. Philanthropy has long sought to address the confluence of factors that drive these inequities, but many of us who spend our lives focused on health and equity were surprised by the dearth and limited quality of the data we’ve had to track those most affected by the pandemic.”

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