It is important to note that the evidence will be useful for those affected directly by the topic, but also anyone else who may have an interest in its outcome. The evidence would benefit both the medical profession and patients if it relates to a proposed change in healthcare policy. This evidence can also be used by decision-makers, such as legislators or policy makers to help them make decisions about how to best address certain problems.
Additionally, these data could be more impactful on historically disadvantaged groups or those who are marginalized because of a lack in resources and access. They can advocate better for themselves by having reliable information on the impact of certain policies. The receipt of such evidence will ultimately help to create a society that is more fair, where everyone can gain from accurate and unbiased data.