Below is a listserv email that includes a link to a toolkit on using
health data from the National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics.
May be of interest to the H+T group.
*Subject:* Presentations from the OPRE Meeting - "The Promises and
Challenges of Administrative Data in Social Policy Research"
Thank you for attending OPRE’s meeting /The Promises and Challenges of
Administrative Data in Social Policy Research /earlier this month. The
meeting agenda and presentation slides are now posted on OPRE’s
Innovative Methods Meeting website <http://www.opremethodsmeeting.org/>.
We also wanted to share the link to the toolkit that Maya Bernstein
mentioned during the roundtable discussion, called the Toolkit for
Communities Using Health Data: How to Collect, Use, Protect, and Share
It was developed by the National Committee on Vital And Health
Statistics and may be useful to you in your work with administrative data.
If you have any questions, please contact Anna Solmeyer
(anna.solmeyer(a)acf.hhs.gov <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>). Again,
thank you for coming and we look forward to seeing you at future meetings.
Debra Kulik, MHA, PMP
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