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WATCH: Petry Ubri on How Better Data Collection Can Inform Health Equity Efforts

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March 2024

NORC has extensive experience in improving data collection.

Accurate, high-quality data can help states and providers better serve diverse populations.

Petry Ubri discusses how improved data collection can inform efforts to advance health equity.

In this month’s expert video, senior research scientist Petry Ubri discusses NORC’s work to improve data collection and conduct more accurate analyses that better reflect the diversity of people’s experiences. Her work focuses on health equity, social drivers of health, and Medicaid policy. She has extensive experience using participatory and culturally responsive research and evaluation to engage underrepresented communities in research and evaluation.


This video was featured in our newsletter, NORC Selects: Innovations for Value & Equity in Medicaid. 

 

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