How do recent investments in infrastructure and data modernization initiatives present an opportunity for public health transformation?
One professional with the answers is Dr. Oscar Alleyne, formerly director of epidemiology and public health planning at Rockland County Health Department in New York.
Today he is managing director of the public health division inside the health federally funded research and development center operated by MITRE, a not-for-profit working in the public interest with mission-driven teams dedicated to solving problems for a safer world.
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Coordination between public health and healthcare is essential to be responsive to the needs of the community and ready for any new and emerging threat.
Recent investments in infrastructure and data modernization initiatives present an opportunity for public health transformation.
A description of these investments.
How these investments present an opportunity for public health transformation.
The industry needs investment in workforce alongside infrastructure.
The industry needs integration and focus centered on health equity as part of this public health transformation.
Policy agenda is needed to support the continuation of work and sustainability.
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HIEs do double duty as public health utilities
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