Health data have the potential to inform more equitable policies, streamline decision-making, and address health threats. But how data are produced, analyzed, visualized, and used can mean the difference between information that is interesting and information that saves lives.
The public health community and the private sector have been partnering to improve data practices for more effective responses to endemic diseases like malaria and COVID-19. In this PATH Live Forum, our panel of thought leaders will discuss data's critical role in resilient health systems.
• Smisha Agarwal, PhD, Assistant Professor, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
• Hana Bilak, PhD, Malaria Technical Advisor, PATH
• Eric Mukomena Sompwe, MD, MPH, MSc, PhD, Director of the National Malaria Control Program, DRC
• Neal Myrick, Vice President, Social Impact and Global Head of the Tableau Foundation, Tableau Software (introduction)
• Hallie Goertz, MPA, Director of Communications and Advocacy, Programs and Innovation, PATH (moderator)
This forum was sponsored by Tableau Foundation.
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