Developing the Basis for Secure and Accessible Data for High Impact Program Management, Policy Development, and Scholarship

In the January 2018 volume of The ANNALS special editors Andrew Reamer (George Washington University); Julia Lane (NYU); Ian Foster (University of Chicago); and David Ellwood (Harvard Kennedy School) bring together experts from across disciplines to outline the infrastructures that will need to be built to make sure data providers and empirical researchers can best serve national policy needs. The volume is organized around three topics: privacy and confidentiality, data providers, and comprehensive strategies.

It is generally agreed that medical care of highest qualitative and quantitative standards should be available to everybody.  How this objective can be attained in a democratic society is much debated.  The papers assembled in this volume are designed to provide factual information necessary for the evaluation of both existing programs and proposals for future development.  They express the opinions of the authors and not necessarily those of the organizations involved or of the editors.  Conscious effort has been made to obtain competent, objective, and detached presentations of the various subjects and to avoid discussions contributing more head than light.

In this era of specialization, few scholarly periodicals cover the scope of societies and politics like The Annals . Each volume is guest-edited by outstanding...

The ATS Core Curriculum continues to be a 3- or 4-year rotating curriculum that attempts to represent the breadth of adult pulmonary, adult critical care, sleep, and ...

Cover Photograph. Front view of Hokkaido University School of Medicine on a day in November after a snowfall. The Department of Respiratory Medicine is located in the ...

Developing the Basis for Secure and Accessible Data for High Impact Program Management, Policy Development, and Scholarship

In the January 2018 volume of The ANNALS special editors Andrew Reamer (George Washington University); Julia Lane (NYU); Ian Foster (University of Chicago); and David Ellwood (Harvard Kennedy School) bring together experts from across disciplines to outline the infrastructures that will need to be built to make sure data providers and empirical researchers can best serve national policy needs. The volume is organized around three topics: privacy and confidentiality, data providers, and comprehensive strategies.

It is generally agreed that medical care of highest qualitative and quantitative standards should be available to everybody.  How this objective can be attained in a democratic society is much debated.  The papers assembled in this volume are designed to provide factual information necessary for the evaluation of both existing programs and proposals for future development.  They express the opinions of the authors and not necessarily those of the organizations involved or of the editors.  Conscious effort has been made to obtain competent, objective, and detached presentations of the various subjects and to avoid discussions contributing more head than light.

Developing the Basis for Secure and Accessible Data for High Impact Program Management, Policy Development, and Scholarship

In the January 2018 volume of The ANNALS special editors Andrew Reamer (George Washington University); Julia Lane (NYU); Ian Foster (University of Chicago); and David Ellwood (Harvard Kennedy School) bring together experts from across disciplines to outline the infrastructures that will need to be built to make sure data providers and empirical researchers can best serve national policy needs. The volume is organized around three topics: privacy and confidentiality, data providers, and comprehensive strategies.

It is generally agreed that medical care of highest qualitative and quantitative standards should be available to everybody.  How this objective can be attained in a democratic society is much debated.  The papers assembled in this volume are designed to provide factual information necessary for the evaluation of both existing programs and proposals for future development.  They express the opinions of the authors and not necessarily those of the organizations involved or of the editors.  Conscious effort has been made to obtain competent, objective, and detached presentations of the various subjects and to avoid discussions contributing more head than light.

In this era of specialization, few scholarly periodicals cover the scope of societies and politics like The Annals . Each volume is guest-edited by outstanding...

The ATS Core Curriculum continues to be a 3- or 4-year rotating curriculum that attempts to represent the breadth of adult pulmonary, adult critical care, sleep, and ...

Cover Photograph. Front view of Hokkaido University School of Medicine on a day in November after a snowfall. The Department of Respiratory Medicine is located in the ...

Annals of the Entomological Society of America invites submission of manuscripts that integrate different areas of insect biology, and address issues that are likely to be of broad relevance to entomologists …

Annals of the ESA has announced a scope change and Editor-in-Chief Lawrence E. Hurd writes about the changes in a recent editorial. Click here to learn more about the exciting new developments. 

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