A monthly digest of news, events, and opportunities from All In: Data for Community Health, a learning network of communities across the country that are testing exciting new ways to transform health through multi-sector partnerships to share data
Bright Spots in Sharing Data for Community Health
DASH released a series of
bright spot profiles
highlighting specific aspects of grantee projects that made them successful in building multi-sector data sharing collaborations to improve health.
Public Health Innovation Playbook
In partnership with the Alliance for Innovation, PHNCI has launched the Public Health Innovation Playbook, an interactive website designed to help health organizations succeed in their innovation journeys. The Playbook is divided into five sections with helpful tools and exercises reflecting critical elements of the Innovation Framework.
Understanding the Stories Behind the Data: Engaging Residents in Community Health Planning
All In webinar featured presenters from two communities - Seattle, WA and Garrett County, MD - that developed innovative processes to engage residents in providing valuable data to inform community health improvement planning. We summarized key takeaways that rose to the top as they shared their barriers and opportunities.
Webinar: Going All In to Improve Health through Multi-sector Collaboration and Data Sharing
May 15 from 3:00 - 4:00 pm ET
Join County Health Rankings & Roadmaps and
All In to learn about ways to promote health equity through effective and meaningful data sharing. Representatives from community organizations in Trenton, NJ and Chicago, IL will share their stories.
Employing Health Information Exchanges (HIE) to Address the Social Determinants of Health
June 14 from 3:30 - 4:30 pm ET
All In for a webinar featuring three communities that are leveraging the data and technical infrastructure of HIEs to facilitate integration of social determinants of health with clinical data and drive solutions to pressing population health challenges.
Working with Criminal Justice? Present on our Next Webinar!
Are you working across public health, behavioral health, criminal justice, and/or law enforcement to build partnerships around data sharing? We would love to learn more about your project and potentially feature your community on an upcoming webinar. Email
for more details.
All In Recap of Communities Joined in Action
At the 2018 Communities Joined in Action conference,
All In participants presented during the opening plenary and two breakout sessions. Read take-home advice shared by
All In leaders and view a BUILD blog recapping the highlights.
Connect with All In at Upcoming Conferences
All In is presenting and exhibiting at the following upcoming conferences.
- NNPHI Annual Conference: May 22 - 24 in New Orleans, LA - Come to the All In breakout session on May 24 at 11:30 am: Better Together: Collaborating to Build Capacity to Share Data and Improve Health.
- NACCHO Annual Conference: July 10 - 12 in New Orleans, LA - Visit the PHNCI booth to learn more about All In and stay tuned for updates about an All In meet-up.
- NACCHO Public Health Informatics Conference: August 20 - 23 in Atlanta, GA - Attend the All In breakout session: Assessing Community Capacity to Advance Population Health Through Multi-Sector Collaboration and Data Sharing.
- Public Health Law Pre-Conference Workshop: October 4 in Phoenix, AZ - Join DASH and the Network for Public Health Law to learn to navigate the legal framework to collect, use, and share multi-sector data to improve health.
Chicago's Childhood Lead Paint Data Sharing Project Wins State and Local Innovation Prize
The Milbank Memorial Fund and AcademyHealth announced Chicago's Childhood Lead Paint Data Sharing Project, a
, as the winner of a prize recognizing state and local efforts to use data to improve population health.
Healthy Homes Des Moines Receives National Recognition
Healthy Homes Des Moines, a
, received an award for pro bono technical assistance from the nonprofit Green & Healthy Homes Initiative, which works to address the link between unhealthy housing and unhealthy children.
Baltimore Launches Campaign to Stop the Elderly from Falling
Baltimore officials announced a citywide initiative aimed at curbing the number of injuries from falls.The B'FRIEND project, a
, plays an integral role in the new strategy by mapping where falls occur to help target prevention efforts.
Building a Culture of Health in Cape May County
With funding from NJHI, the Cape Regional Wellness Alliance is integrating data
correlating with childhood trauma from medical, education and law enforcement partners to implement a comprehensive community education campaign.
Healing South Stockton
The Healing South Stockton Accountable Community for Health, funded by CACHI, coordinates multiple sectors to implement interventions to build stronger, accessible, culturally-competent support systems that address the underlying causes of trauma.
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! This space is dedicated to continuing the conversation around best practices and strategies for navigating the legal pathway to data sharing, particularly between public health and health system but also how to best include data from other key sectors.
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Welcome to All In: Office Hours
May 11 and 17 (Ongiong)
All In? Come and introduce yourself! Get to know the staff and other new members by joining "office hours." These provide an informal, interactive introduction to
All In and the online community.
All In staff will answer questions and explain how to use the collaborative platform.
- AARP Communities Challenge: Due May 16 - AARP is providing grant funding for small "quick-action" projects to improve housing, transportation, public spaces, and other elements that can help communities become more livable for all ages.
- TIAA Difference Maker 100: Due June 12 - TIAA is recognizing 100 people in nonprofits who are making a difference in their communities. Tell your story and share a picture or video. Winners will receive $10,000 for their nonprofit.
- Communities Thrive Challenge: Due June 12 - The Rockefeller Foundation is looking to fund, strengthen, and grow local solutions that expand economic opportunity for low-income and financially insecure people.
- Putting Care at the Center Conference: Due May 31 (Chicago, IL) - Apply to present a workshop, beehive, or satellite session to share your innovations and discuss timely topics in the emerging field of complex care.
- ADRF Network Research Conference: Due June 1 (Washington, DC) - ADRF is now accepting abstract submissions for the oral, poster, and rapid fire presentations on administrative data use in social science research.