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
New: Listen to the All In Podcast!
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All In podcast, where we talk to local leaders involved in data sharing collaborations about their challenges, secrets to success, and lessons learned.
All In National Meeting Call for Abstracts
Thanks to everyone who submitted a presentation abstract for the
National Meeting! We are currently reviewing them and will respond by the end of July. If you were interested in submitting an abstract but were unable to meet the deadline, please reach out to
Empowering Cross-sector Data Sharing to Improve Health and Public Safety
July 25, 2-3 p.m. ET
All In for a webinar featuring communities that are leveraging partnerships between public health, mental health, and law enforcement agencies to share data across sectors and develop strategies that drive population health solutions.
Research and Application: Measuring Social Needs and Outcomes
August 21, 2-3 p.m. ET
All In webinar, Caroline Fichtenberg of SIREN will review the current landscape of assessment tools and outcomes measures for social needs. Karis Grounds of 2-1-1 San Diego will explain how they incorporated social needs assessment into their Risk Rating Scale, which helps them better serve clients while showing the impact of their services.
All In: Office Hours
July 12 and July 20 (Ongoing)
All In and have questions about the network or the platform? Join us for "office hours," an informal, interactive "ask me anything" introduction to
All In and the online community.
Public Health Informatics Conference: Meetup, Session, and Exhibit
August 20 - 23 in Atlanta, GA
Whether you are attending the NACCHO Public Health Informatics conference or you live in the Atlanta area, this meetup will be a great opportunity to network with other
All In members. Also, make sure to catch the
All In breakout session:
Assessing Community Capacity to Advance Population Health Through Multi-Sector Collaboration and Data Sharing, or stop by the exhibit table for the latest.
Public Health Law Conference: Pre-Conference Workshop, Exhibit
October 4 in Phoenix, AZ
DASH and the Network for Public Health Law are co-producing a pre-conference workshop,
Sharing Data Across Sectors to Improve the Health of Communities, to assist participants in navigating the legal framework to collect, use, and share data across sectors. Those interested in being considered for an invitation should complete the following form. DASH will make a limited number of conference scholarships available and will be hosting an
All In exhibit.
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Six Ways to Employ HIEs to Address SDOH
Three communities share how they are leveraging the data and technical infrastructure of health information exchanges (HIEs) to integrate social determinants of health (SDOH) with clinical data.
What Factors Lead to Effective Multi-Sector Partnerships?
Jane Erickson from ReThink Health explains what they have learned about how multi-sector partnerships can effectively lead their work, build and enact comprehensive strategies, and develop approaches for sustainable financing.
BUILD Healthy Housing Resources
In recognition of Healthy Homes Month, BUILD published a blog reflecting on the many health and housing contributions by BUILD partnerships and released a case study and webinar featuring a BUILD partnership in Des Moines, IA working on healthy housing.
Report: King County Data Across Sectors for Housing and Health
Public Health Seattle & King County released the preliminary results from their
, which linked Medicaid claims data with public housing data to improve residents' well-being.
Treating Pediatric Asthma with Healthier Homes
PolicyLab showcased a
BUILD 2.0 awardee
in Philadelphia that is combining home repairs and community health worker home visits to significantly reduce emergency department visits and hospitalizations due to pediatric asthma.
Rent Strikes Grow in Popularity As Gentrification Drives Up Rents
The Washington Post featured a
BUILD 2.0 awardee
in Southeast Washington, DC that is forming a medical-legal partnership to find real solutions to asthma prevalence and morbidity in low-income neighborhoods.
Creating Cross-sector Partnerships to Coordinate Mental Health Care
With support from PHNCI, the health department and sheriff's office in DuPage County, IL are partnering to coordinate mental health care for individuals who have previously encountered law enforcement.
Building a Culture of Health in Camden
With funding from NJHI, Get Healthy Camden is implementing a Blueprint for Action that addresses community health and wellness, equitable change and sustainability, and environmental conditions that impact walkability and bikability.
Funding / Technical Assistance Opportunities
NLC Cities of Opportunity
Due July 16
- National League of Cities (NLC) is offering a unique peer learning opportunity to advance city leadership to address social determinants of health.
NIST Unlinkable Data Challenge
Due July 26
- National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is offering prizes for efforts to make the personal information in large databases safe for scientists to use without risking individual privacy.
Hearst Health Prize:
Due August 9
- The winner of this prize will receive $100,000, with $25,000 awarded to up to two finalists, in recognition of outstanding achievement in managing or improving population health.
ONC LEAP in Health Information Technology: Due August 17 - The Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) is creating a $2 million grant fund for innovative projects that provide solutions to interoperability challenges in health care.
All In Project Showcase Webinar Series
is seeking applications for our project showcase webinar series, which features community collaborations sharing multi-sector data to address the social determinants of health.