AISP Network: Integrated Population Health Data (iPHD) Project

About the Work

Enacted through state legislation, the New Jersey Integrated Population Health Data (iPHD) Project is designed to enable and promote population health research that leads to improvements in the health, safety, security, and well-being of New Jersey residents, as well as improvements in the cost-efficiency of state programs. The overarching concept of the iPHD is that programmatic data are much more informative when they are linked across different service areas than when they remain in isolation from one another. The iPHD Project is housed at the Rutgers Center for State Health Policy (CSHP) and modeled on other successful data integration projects around the country.

Integrated Population Health Data (iPHD) Project is hosted by Rutgers Centers for State Health Policy (CSHP).

Integrating data since: 2020

Jurisdiction: New Jersey

Scale: state

Contact: Margaret Koller, Executive Director
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Data Included

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Current Data Uses

To inform policy

Relevant Policy Priorities

Healthcare service use
Mental health
Social determinants of health
Substance use/opioid use

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