Pros and Cons of Routinely Collected Health Outcomes for Monitoring Socio-Economic Disparities in Health: Lessons from Scotland

Pros and Cons of Routinely Collected Health Outcomes for Monitoring Socio-Economic Disparities in Health: Lessons from Scotland

Video from The University of Michigan’s Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health & Society Scholars Program symposium entitled Population Health: Past, Present, & Future. 
John Frank’s talk “Pros and Cons of Routinely Collected Health Outcomes for Monitoring Socio-Economic Disparities in Health: Lessons from Scotland”  was presented during the session called What Can We Learn About Population Health from International Comparisons?
(starts: 23:35)

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