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
Case Study: Improving Health Through Housing
What happens when you treat asthma with healthy housing and education? Follow the journey of the
Healthy Homes Des Moines collaborative in a new BUILD case study and join an upcoming webinar to engage with the project team.
Key Legal Considerations When Using EHR Data for Public Health
Data from EHRs holds significant potential for public health surveillance, but HIPAA is often considered a major impediment. A recent webinar outlined key questions public health departments and their partners should consider when using EHR data.
Sharing Data Across Sectors: National Tools and Local Examples
All In and County Health Rankings & Roadmaps paired up to host a webinar that featured two local collaborations working to integrate multi-sector data and highlighted resources to help communities advance their efforts.
New: All In Infographic!
in a new infographic, which provides an overview of the learning network, who is involved, and how to take advantage of opportunities to connect, share, and learn.
DASH CIC-START Enables More Communities to Go "All In"
In an effort to further support communities participating in
All In, DASH made five new awards through CIC-START, a program that provides limited funds to help local leaders take meaningful steps toward planning or implementing multi-sector data systems.
A Shared Agenda for Addressing SDOH Through Medicaid
DASH Co-Director Clare Tanner participated in an expert panel convened by the National Quality Forum to create a framework for state Medicaid programs that aligns health systems and safety net systems around improving social determinants of health (SDOH).
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 communities that are leveraging HIEs to integrate of social determinants of health with clinical data and drive population health solutions.
Effectively Stewarding Multi-Sector Partners for Health System Transformation
June 19 from 12:30 - 1:30 pm ET
This webinar will offer insights from ReThink Health's research and fieldwork about the conditions under which health system transformation can occur and share practical resources that health leaders can use to advance collaboration and sustainable financing mechanisms.
All In: Office Hours
June 14 and 22 (Ongoing)
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.
Apply to Present: All In Project Showcase Webinar Series
All In is seeking applications for our project showcase webinar series, which features pairs of community collaborations with a set of commonalities sharing multi-sector data to address the social determinants of health.
Watch: BUILD SXSW Panel on Health Equity
Three new video recordings of the BUILD SXSW conference panel on health equity are now available - including a conversation on health equality vs health equity.
Connect with All In at Upcoming Conferences
All In is presenting and exhibiting at the following upcoming conferences.
- 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.
Multi-Sector Partnership and Innovation
awarded grants to nine agencies
implementing innovations to advance a culture of health, each with a clear focus on cross-sector partnerships. This resource highlights the different categories of partners these grantees have engaged.
Cross-Sector Collaboration for Data Sharing Series
The National Center for Complex Care and Social Needs produced a series of webinars and briefs to provide practical examples of successful cross-sector data sharing, featuring
partner Alliance of Chicago and former
Promoting Better Health Beyond Health Care
All In leaders contributed to this national analysis, developed by the Center for Health Care Services with support from RWJF, which explores opportunities to catalyze state multi-sector collaboration to achieve population health goals.
Baltimore Seeks to Curb Elderly Falls with Data Initiative
U.S. News & World Report featured the efforts of B'FRIEND, a
, to use data mapping to curb fall-related injuries for older adults in Baltimore. Officials are using data to target interventions with the goal of reducing falls by 20 percent over the next decade.
East San Jose PEACE Partnership
With funding from CACHI, organizations from multiple sectors in San Jose are coordinating efforts to implement interventions and strategies that build healthier environments and address violence, trauma and the linked health challenges.
Project Detour: Interrupting the Cycle of Addiction
Project Detour, a BUILD 2.0 site, is a cross-sector collaboration working to address drug and alcohol dependence where individuals have the opportunity for recovery instead of repeat patterns of violence, crime, and/or homelessness. Individuals are identified early and diverted into peer support, care and prescription management.
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Latest Community Updates
New Group of Public Health Practitioners and Researchers
PopCop (Population Health Community of Practice) group
and the expertise it brings to our community. The group includes local and state public health agencies that meet virtually to share opportunities, promising practices, and lessons learned for using electronic health data.
Recent Discussion Forum Topics
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- 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.
Hearst Health Prize:
Due August 9
- The winner of this prize will receive a $100,000 prize, with $25,000 awarded to up to two finalists, in recognition of outstanding achievement in managing or improving population health.