Report Discusses Importance Of Inclusive Data Collection On Frontline Health Workers

Frontline Health Workers Coalition: Inclusive data collection on CHWs, all health workers required to meet new global compacts, new analysis finds
Vince Blaser and Michelle Korte of the Frontline Health Workers Coalition secretariat and IntraHealth International discuss efforts “to address the gaps in the global health workforce that prevent universal access to essential health services and stymie inclusive economic growth” and announce “a new policy analysis, Prioritizing Community Health Worker Data for Informed Decision-Making, aimed at highlighting [the] acute need for data on health workers on the frontlines of care.” They note the “report is a direct follow up to our September 2014 report A Commitment to Community Health Workers: Improving Data for Decision-Making” (11/14).

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