PAST EVENTS

March 8, 2021 workshop is focused on analysis of population data and demonstrating how studies using established administrative data resources such as Medicare claims databases combined with complex well-established and innovative analytic approaches (such as partitioning analyses, time-series based methods of projection and forecasting, and stochastic process models) can be used to uncover previously overlooked or understudied aspects in this area of research.

March 9, 2021 workshop extends the focus to include the analysis of clinical datasets routinely collected in Medical centers and demonstrate how new and established analytic methods can be rigorously applied to such data to contribute to identifying some of the causes of persistent health disparities between specific groups of the U.S. population and narrowly defined patient strata. Analyses of such increasingly available large health datasets provide an opportunity to obtain nationally representative race/ethnicity-related and geography/area-specific results based on individual-level measures that reflect the real care-related and epidemiological processes ongoing in the U.S. healthcare system.

AGENDA: MARCH 9

AGENDA: MARCH 10

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