Our team has expertise using linked administrative data sets to learn about populations. By merging administrative data (such as data from health systems, housing systems, Homeless Management Information Systems, and other public sector resources), we can explore the impact of policy changes or new programs. We use de-identified data to do this, using best practices to guard privacy and adhere to all ethical principles.

Study Examples



The COORDINATE Home (CrOss-sectOR Data INtegrAtion To End HOMElessness) team analyzes San Francisco’s Coordinated Case Management System (CCMS) to evaluate policy-relevant questions. CCMS links data on the use of the
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