With the COVID-19 pandemic affecting some individuals and communities much more than others, population health tools are more important than ever. “Using the tools of population health science will support care teams in their work to help heal individuals, improve the health of communities and, ultimately, accelerate our path to ensuring health equity,” writes Nancy Myers, vice president, leadership and system innovation, at the AHA Center for Health Innovation. Read more.

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