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Data could fix our COVID-stricken health systems, but it must be done right

If implemented right, data could has the chance to be panacea for the ailments facing our health systems globally — but if done wrong, it will entrench inequities and make the world less fair. Image: REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski/File Photo

Rifat Atun

Professor of Global Health Systems and Global Board Member, Harvard University and Movement Health 2030

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