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Global Health Data Exchange

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Global Health Data Exchange

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  • 1. Global Health Data ExchangeA global health data catalogto create data transparency and accessApril 27, 2011Peter SpeyerDirector of Data Development
  • 2. It starts with data Better health Decisions Evidence IHME Data 2
  • 3. It starts with data Better health Decisions Evidence Data 3
  • 4. Broad range of data typesHealth-related data that provideinformation about population health and its determinants Population Health services Results• Censuses • Health records • Research results• Surveys and • Administrative surveillance records • Databases• Vital statistics • Registries• Measurements & covariates 4
  • 5. A new resource Population level Finding data data Health services Data Getting access to data catalog data Getting more Results data information about data 5
  • 6. Objective Solution Usability Intuitive to useTransparency Make it easy to find data Access Make data easy to accessible Connect data users and data Community producers (Phase 2) 6
  • 7. GHDx and GIS• Map data availability by territory• Identify availability of data for any geography o By time o By keyword• Identify areas with insufficient data coverage• Contrast health indicators with data availability 7
  • 8. It starts with data Better health Decisions Evidence Data 8
  • 9. Mapping IHME’s resultsObjectives• Make IHME’s results more accessible• Enable interaction with the data• Visualize estimates by country o Comparable across countries and time o Compare two indicators• Collect feedback 9
  • 10. Questions? Peter Speyer speyer@uw.edu @peterspeyer 10