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CDC Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders Survey
The Office of Minority Health provides the most current quantitative information
related to minority health. This includes sourcing and maintaining a body of expert
knowledge on minority health status initiatives, and demographic statistics
and analyses on minority populations, compiled by the
National Center for Health Statistics, the
Census Bureau, private foundations, clinical practitioners, private
data sources and public agencies.
The Division of Policy and Data (DPD) is responsible for developing health policies and initiatives that are designed to address the elimination of health
disparities and advance health equity.
DPD leads OMH's development, implementation and coordination of strategic plans; special initiatives; policy studies and evaluations; and statistical and
data policy and analyses to improve data availability and quality for minority populations including African-American; Latino; American Indian and Alaska
Native; Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander; and immigrant communities.
DPD's work is accomplished through: