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Last Posted: Nov 16, 2023
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Data science and health economics in precision public health
MA Talias et al, Frontiers in Public Health, December, 2022

Theory, methods, and models from AI and data science are already changing the public health landscape in community settings and have shown promising results in multiple applications in public health, including geocoding health data, digital public health, predictive modeling and decision support, and mobile health. Overall, Precision Public Health utilizes tools and methods to extract health and non-health data at different levels of granularity, harmonize and integrate information about populations and communities to tailor cost-effective interventions for specific population groups, improving people's health.

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