News from All In: Data for Community Health
October 2016

Get the latest updates from All in: Data for Community Health, a partnership dedicated to building a data movement that empowers communities to address the social determinants of health. Founding partners are the Community Health Peer Learning (CHP) Program and Data Across Sectors for Health (DASH).
Latest News

All In Participating in Development of a New Measurement Framework for Community Health 

Four representatives from  All In joined 100 stakeholders for a meeting hosted by the National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics to provide feedback on a new framework for measuring community health and well-being. Participants committed to continue working to expand the usefulness of federal data for mutli-sector community uses.

Read our summary  |  Learn more about the framework 

Four Tips for Navigating Consent to Facilitate Data Sharing

Sharing data within and across sectors requires the simultaneous protection of individual privacy and the latitude to make available information that can be used to improve individual and population health. During a recent All In webinar, speakers with deep consent expertise from various disciplines shared their unique perspectives, addressed questions, offered specific strategies, and suggested resources.


Connect, Share, Learn: Become an All In Affiliate!

As we know there are many beyond the DASH and CHP cohort with valuable lessons and experiences to share, we are making an active push to grow this network by inviting other community-driven, multi-sector data sharing initiatives to affiliate with All In. Affiliates will have the opportunity to connect with similar initiatives, participate in virtual and in-person events, access tools and resources, and review metrics and indicators of progress for the field. 


Recap: DASH and CHP at Concordium 2016

Last month at Concordium 2016, All In led an interactive session that outlined our  commitment to building capacity to share information across sectors for community health improvement. The session included presentations the two All In projects - Allegheny Data Sharing Alliance for Health and the Nashville Infant Mortality Project, and the Q&A session touched on the factors of motivation for collaboration and evidence-based community interventions.

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Project Spotlights

This month, we're featuring two projects that are integrating data from multiple sectors to improve the health and well-being of high-need populations.

CHP: Louisiana Public Health Institute (LPHI)

Through its participation in the CHP Program, LPHI will use health information technology to share management and coordinate care among Crescent City Participant Community (CCPC) entities, aggregating data from electronic health records, proprietary and public community-level records, public health information, and the Greater New Orleans Health Information Exchange. CCPC aims to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of care coordination and access to services for approximately 400 people suffering from behavioral and mental health conditions to improve their health and reduce the costs of their care. 

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DASH: King County Data Across Sectors for Housing and Health

Through DASH, Public Health - Seattle & King County is partnering with local housing authorities to link housing data with Medicaid claims records. The result is de-identified data that can provide key information about the health issues facing residents. This information can then be used to develop prevention programs, such as the use of community health workers, to address specific health needs of the resident community. This approach is part of King County's Accountable Community of Health, a regional partnership committed to working in new ways to improve health and health care. 
Resources

PRAPARE Implementation and Action Toolkit

This tookit explains how to use the PRAPARE tool to collect data on the social determinants of health and respond to needs identified. It includes planning guides, workflow diagrams, EHR templates, sample reports, and examples of interventions.  


Upcoming Events

Conference Presentations

The All In network is presenting at the following conferences. View our calendar to get more details on specific sessions.  
Calls for Abstracts
  • The Mayors' Institute on Housing, Hazards and Health: Submit by October 7 - Mayors selected will obtain advice from peers and faculty regarding specific challenges and opportunities to optimize policies, programs and practices that support healthy housing. 
     
  • National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs: Submit by October 21 - Share your expertise in complex care by applying to present a poster on a program, case study, or research; bringing a successful resource, tool, and technology to share; or taking part in "conversations with experts" sessions. 
  • Working Across Sectors to Address Social Determinants of HealthSubmit by October 31 - Apply to present at this population health summit, which seeks to deepen and extend the understanding of ongoing efforts that demonstrate effective collaboration between health care and other sectors to advance population health. 
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