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I: ~ 5 Perspectives of Data Users Session Chair: Jonathan Skinner, Dartmouth College (Pane] Member) Panelists: Matthew Snipp, Stanford University Rhonda BeLue, Metro Nashville Public Health Department Marian Gornick, Consultant, Health Services Research WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS LIST Presenters Edward Perrin (Pane! Chair), University of Washington Rhonda BeLue, Metro Nashville Public Health Department lay Buechner, Rhode Islanc! Department of Health CarmelIa Bocchino, American Association of Health Plans Olivia Carter-Pokras, University of Maryland, Baltimore Campus Anthony D'Angelo, Computercraft Gem Daus, Asian and Pacific Islander American Health Forum Carla Denise Edwards, Florida Agency for Health Care Administration Allen Fremont, RAND C-3