To use shared learning to enhance academic-community partnerships by leveraging Health Information Technology (HIT) to develop, inform and implement public policies impacting health disparities relative to healthcare quality improvement, including insurance reforms, delivery and payment system reforms, health promotion and disease prevention, appropriate data collection and reporting, and comparative effectiveness research, based on the health equity agenda of the Affordable Care Act.
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- Identify and analyze existing state and federal HIT policies
- Analyze EHR patient data from CPNet & other partners
- Build a collaborative region wide coalition of community-level health equity advocates
Sub-Project 3 (HIT) Policy Research Team
- Dominique Mack, M.D.
- Priscilla Pemu, M.D.
- Daniel Dawes, JD
- Elizabeth Ofili, M.D.