To solve today's most pressing public health challenges, we need partnerships that put data and evidence into action to drive equitable solutions. Mathematica works with community, federal, state, foundation, and private-sector partners to study and support population health initiatives and transform public health with high-quality data and analytics.
Connect with our experts in health, human services, and data science at the American Public Health Association’s (APHA) 2023 Annual Meeting & Expo in Atlanta, Georgia, to learn more about how we work with our partners to improve public health. Recent projects include:
- Evaluating the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Transforming Public Health Data Systems Initiative to advance a more modern, equity-oriented public health data system
- Using human-centered design to inform a broader strategy for fostering shared services among public health agencies
- Developing novel models and methods to predict outcomes, such as long-term health outcomes for the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program
- Creating digital tools such as ClimaWATCH that assess heat wave exposure and reveal disproportionate impacts on health care use in order to guide more equitable distribution of resources
Visit us at Booth 315 and join us for the following presentations:
- Sunday, November 12, 4:30 to 6:00 p.m.: EHR-Based Measures of HIV Care for CMS Payment Programs
- Tuesday, November 14, 5:00 to 5:15 p.m.: The Association Between Severe Maternal Morbidity During Delivery and Cesarean Birth Rates, Length of Stay, and In-Hospital Mortality Using National Hospital Billing Data from 2018-2021
- Wednesday, November 15, 12:45 to 1:00 p.m.: Sustaining Efforts to Address Health-Related Social Needs: Lessons from the Accountable Health Communities Model
See the full schedule of the work we’re presenting at APHA 2023 here.
Learn more about Mathematica’s public health expertise.
Christal Stone Valenzano