Homeless mortality data for surveillance and policy change: insights from four SF Bay Area Counties

Mortality data is a crucial epidemiological surveillance tool that homeless health care providers use to improve health and reduce deaths while highlighting the enormous risks faced by unhoused people. Four SF Bay Area Counties share how they put mortality data into action, describing how homeless mortality data is used to drive changes to reduce deaths, improve health, and effect system changes.

Speakers: David Modersbach, Grants Manager, Alameda County Health Care for the Homleess; Jamie Chang, UC Berkeley; Barry Zevin, Medical Director, Street Medicine and Shelter Health, San Francisco Department of Public Health

Session Materials: 

Categories: Clinical Practice, Mortality, Research and Data
Tags: 2024 National HCH Conference
Scroll to Top