2017 All In National Meeting Agenda

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Denver Ballroom

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Presenters:
Clare Tanner, Data Across Sectors for Health, Michigan Public Health Institute
Alison Rein, Community Health Peer Learning Program, AcademyHealth
Peter Eckart, Data Across Sectors for Health, Illinois Public Health Institute
Melanie Herrera Bortz, Connecting Communities and Care, the Colorado Health Foundation
Catherine Patterson, BUILD Health Challenge, de Beaumont Foundation

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Grantees, staff, funders and advisors of each All In program offices will meet separately. Invited guests and meeting participants unaffiliated with a program office are welcome to observe the DASH, CHP, or BUILD sessions. The Colorado Health Foundation – Connecting Communities and Care guests will meet for a closed session starting at 9:40 am and ending at 5:15 pm.

Matchless
Community Health Peer Learning Program
As recipients of hybrid planning and implementation awards, CHP Program Participant Communities (PC) have been working with their partners and other community collaborators for the last year to develop Community Action Plans (CAPs), which are the official “deliverables” of CHP Participant Communities. CHP Subject Matter Expert (SME) Communities have been developing a series of learning guides (LGs) highlighting their practical experiences, noting key lessons, and sharing insights relevant to those working as part of local initiatives to improve population health. Participants in this session will discuss both the process and products of CAP and LG development, sharing challenges, noting key insights, and offering lessons learned regarding how to communicate a strategic and long-term vision, in a practical and concise manner, and given an ever-changing local landscape of external policy pressures and competing demands.

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Denver Ballroom
Data Across Sectors for Health
DASH grantees, staff, funders and advisors will divide the session between short highlight reports from the ten DASH grantees and a collective view of the emerging field. We will discuss the future of the DASH/ALL In Learning Collaborative, including strategic opportunities for planning, policy-making and longer-term sustainability. We will also discuss communications and dissemination of grantee lessons to the field, and the broad shape of possible future DASH funding opportunities.

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Gold Coin
BUILD Health Challenge
BUILD grantees, staff, funders, and advisors will spend some time sharing project impact and accomplishments to date. Included in our agenda is a discussion focused on life after BUILD, and how we can maximize this meeting and the All In network to help sites further their work. We’ll also use this time to get to know BUILD’s new Executive Director, Emily Yu.

Mattie Silks
Connecting Communities and Care

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Equity in the Age of Data: When Stumbling Becomes Forward Progress

Natalie S. Burke, President & CEO, CommonHealth ACTION

Innovation and an insatiable demand for data have led to quantum leaps and sometimes staggering advancements in the field. Our quest for all people to achieve their best possible health requires using credible data to tell complex stories while finding new solutions to humanity’s oldest problems. Absent the application of an equity lens to data collection, sharing, management, interpretation, and use, we risk exacerbating the very problems we seek to solve. Without it, we will infect all aspects of data with our prejudice and bias (conscious and unconscious) – reinforcing systems of privilege and oppression that suffocate our communities and tear at the fabric of our society. To avoid that, we must each seek and experience a perspective transformation. One that reminds us there are people behind the data, in the data, and in front of the data. Our responsibility is to be equitable, diverse, and inclusive because inevitably, the lure, power, and speed of information technology combined with the stress of collaboration will cause us to lose our footing and possibly lose our way. It is in those moments that a culture of health will depend on our ability to apply an equity lens to our decisions, behaviors, and actions. In the midst of changing the world we should expect to stumble as we are compelled to move with a sense of urgency. The good news is that stumbling is always forward progress as long as we don’t fall.

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Denver Ballroom

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Denver Ballroom
Getting to Yes: Practical Approaches to Navigating the Real and Perceived Legal Challenges to Multi-sector Data Sharing

Moderator: Jennifer Bernstein, Network for Public Health Law
Presenters in this session will share the strategies they’ve employed with community partners to “get to yes,” including documentation templates, data mapping processes, and draft regulatory language.

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Independence
Use of Electronic Health Records for Public Health Surveillance at the State and Local Level

Moderator: Vivian Singletary, Public Health Informatics Institute
Hear how public health researchers are mining EHR data and leveraging data from other sectors for population health improvement and learn about a pilot project involving automated electronic case reporting.

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Gold Coin
Using Big Data and Analytics to Identify Public Health Needs, Prioritize Interventions, and Allocate Resources

Moderator: Denise Koo, Independent Consultant
This session will feature collaborations between researchers and health departments at the forefront of this movement, and include discussion of how they are accessing, analyzing and leveraging big data to address public health priorities.

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Matchless
Pragmatic Approaches to Linking Data in the Absence of a Local Health Information Exchange (HIE)

Moderator: Prashila Dullabh, NORC at the University of Chicago
Presenters in this session will share what they’ve done to develop data systems absent the tools and services often provided by an HIE, reflecting on both the strengths and limitations of these approaches.

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2:45 pm | Snack Break

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During this time, communities will have an opportunity to receive technical assistance and guidance on a particular aspect of their work. Teams will meet with a subject matter expert (SME) in one-on-one or small group sessions. Please note, one-on-one matches were arranged in advance for meeting participants that completed the pre-meeting planning survey. Participants that have not been assigned a SME are encouraged to sign up at the registration table to attend a small group session on a first-come-first-served basis. Space is available for 10 people per group.

Denver Ballroom
One-on-One TA Meetings

Independence, Gold Coin, Matchless, Homestead
Small Group TA Sessions

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Denver Ballroom
A Collaborative Approach to Building a Curriculum that Supports Multi-sector Data Sharing Initiatives

Moderator: Sophia Demuynck, Research Manager, Camden Coalition for Healthcare Providers
Learn how communities including Camden and Trenton, NJ and San Diego, CA have utilized and created resources to enable use of multi-sector data to drive systems-level change. Participants will also have an opportunity to inform the development of a curriculum to support others in replicating promising practices emerging from these efforts.

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Independence
Moving Interventions Upstream: How Data Can Help Make the Financial Case for Early Intervention and Prevention

Moderator: Jane Erickson, ReThink Health
This panel will describe their efforts to provide more complete and timely information so that service providers are better equipped to proactively assess and deliver person-centered health and social services. Presenters will discuss various approaches to calculating the financial impact of upstream intervention, and how such estimates could support investment in non-health services that significantly impact health.

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Gold Coin
Leveraging Health and Housing Partnerships to Design Health-Promoting Policies and Interventions

Moderator: Kevin Barnett, Public Health Institute
In this session, panelists will provide an overview of some critical housing-relevant data sources and share how they are using homelessness (HMIS) and other data to better understand and address the health and housing needs of their communities.

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Matchless
Taking Advantage of Existing Health Information Exchange (HIE) Infrastructure to Support Data Linkages Between Healthcare and Human/Social Services

Moderator: Dan Chavez, San Diego Health Connect
Presenters in this session will share information about how they have worked with/operate their local HIE, the challenges encountered, lessons learned, and reflect on how the role of the HIE is evolving (or not) to address factors typically seen as “beyond the clinical walls.”

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5:15 pm | Adjourn from Breakout Sessions

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Hosted by Melanie Herrera Bortz, Connecting Communities and Care, the Colorado Health Foundation

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Denver Ballroom

Guess Who’s Coming to Breakfast!?!

Join colleagues for breakfast and get your brain cells firing. Included on the menu: engaging conversations with peers and other experts on relevant topics, tools, and resources of interest (plus eggs). Please sign up at the registration table on Wednesday for a specific topic or suggest a new topic and see who shows up! Of course, you may also enjoy breakfast without networking.

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Denver Ballroom

All In – How Far We’ve Come! 

Moderator: Hilary Heishman, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Presenters:
Alison Rein, Community Health Peer Learning Program, AcademyHealth
Peter Eckart, Data Across Sectors for Health, Illinois Public Health Institute
Melanie Herrera Bortz, Connecting Communities and Care, the Colorado Health Foundation
Catherine Patterson, BUILD Health Challenge, de Beaumont Foundation

The All In network is a wide-ranging and ongoing experiment in collaborative learning and coordination across different communities, program offices and funders. Learn how All In was formed, where it is going, and how you can help guide this upstart movement to create and advance a national agenda for community-based collaboration and data sharing across sectors.

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Denver Ballroom

Toward Data-Driven, Cross-Sector, and Community-Led Transformation:
An Environmental Scan of Select Programs

Presenter: Alison Rein, Community Health Peer Learning Program, AcademyHealth

The Community Health Peer Learning (CHP) Program recently released a report that profiles 17 multi-sector initiatives driving toward population health improvement at the community level. This “quick hit” session will provide a brief overview – sharing the diversity of ongoing efforts, and highlighting common themes, emerging strategies, and opportunities for accelerating progress.

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Denver Ballroom

Measuring Our Progress: A Multi-Meeting Discussion with 100 Million Healthier Lives About How We Know That We Are Making a Difference

Presenters:
Clare Tanner, Data Across Sectors for Health, Michigan Public Health Institute
Soma Stout, 100 Million Healthier Lives

Innovation and an insatiable demand for data have led to quantum leaps and sometimes staggering advancements in the field. Our quest for all people to achieve their best possible health requires using credible data to tell complex stories while finding new solutions to humanity’s oldest problems. Absent the application of an equity lens to data collection, sharing, management, interpretation, and use, we risk exacerbating the very problems we seek to solve. Without it, we will infect all aspects of data with our prejudice and bias (conscious and unconscious) – reinforcing systems of privilege and oppression that suffocate our communities and tear at the fabric of our society. To avoid that, we must each seek and experience a perspective transformation. One that reminds us there are people behind the data, in the data, and in front of the data. Our responsibility is to be equitable, diverse, and inclusive because inevitably, the lure, power, and speed of information technology combined with the stress of collaboration will cause us to lose our footing and possibly lose our way. It is in those moments that a culture of health will depend on our ability to apply an equity lens to our decisions, behaviors, and actions. In the midst of changing the world we should expect to stumble as we are compelled to move with a sense of urgency. The good news is that stumbling is always forward progress as long as we don’t fall.

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During this time, communities will have an opportunity to receive technical assistance and guidance on a particular aspect of their work. Teams will meet with a subject matter expert (SME) in one-on-one or small group sessions. Please note, one-on-one matches were arranged in advance for meeting participants that completed the pre-meeting planning survey. Participants that have not been assigned a SME are encouraged to sign up at the registration table to attend a small group session on a first-come-first-served basis. Space is available for 10 people per group.

Denver Ballroom
One-on-One TA Meetings 

Mattie Silks, Homestead, Gold Coin, Matchless, Independence
Small Group TA Sessions

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Denver Ballroom

Other (BIG!) Parts of the Movement to Improve Population Health

Moderator: Jaime Dircksen, Trinity Health
Presenters:
Bill Winfrey, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation
Jessica Kahn, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
Sue Grinnell, Public Health Institute
Barbara Masters, Masters Policy Consulting

Partners of All In are working to build community capacity for data-driven, cross-sector, and collaborative population health improvement. All local projects involved are doing this work in highly dynamic environments and are having to knit together diverse and varied organizational partners, resources, community assets, and policy levers to advance their work. Panelists will share their experiences with and insights on some broad state and national organizing models – such as Accountable Care Organizations, Accountable Health Communities, and Accountable Communities of Health – that are helping to shape local and regional progress.

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Denver Ballroom

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Denver Ballroom

Quick Hit: Monitoring Capacity for Multi-Sector Data Sharing and Collaboration

Presenter: Clare Tanner, Data Across Sectors for Health, Michigan Public Health Institute

DASH and CHP developed a data collection instrument for assessing progress toward community capacity to share data across sectors for advancing community health. This “quick hit” summarizes results from the pilot administration of the instrument conducted in July-August 2016.

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Denver Ballroom

Quick Hits: Lightning Round Introductions to All In Tools and Resources

Moderator: Peter Eckart, Data Across Sectors for Health, Illinois Public Health Institute

All In partners are developing resources and tools to help characterize, support and catalyze the capacity building work of local projects. In this session, five presenters will very briefly “pitch” their tool or resource, and invite you to join them in a 50-minute breakout discussion to learn more, offer feedback, and guide next steps.

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Homestead
The Landscape of Multi-sector Community Collaborations to Improve Health Through Shared Data

Join Kevin Barnett (Public Health Institute), Amanda Brodt (AcademyHealth), and Alison Rein (AcademyHealth) to dig deeper into the CHP report on community-led cross-sector collaborations to improve population health. Come share your ideas for where to look next, and consider key questions for future research.

Mattie Silks
Assessing Readiness to Collaborate in Your Community
Join Clare Tanner and Cheribeth Tan-Schriner (Michigan Public Health Institute) to discuss their work to assess community readiness to collaborate and share and use multi-sector data, and discover if using this tool would provide value for your community.

Independence
Discover, Connect and Learn from Other Multi-sector Projects

Join Roxanne Medina-Fulcher (Community Commons) and Peter Eckart (Illinois Public Health Institute) as they share their collaborative effort to leverage technology and connect lessons and experience generated in communities across the country. Tap into your imagination as we discuss ideas on discovering and learning from others in multi-sector projects and what would motivate you to share and learn with others online.

Gold Coin
Improving and Expanding the All In Learning Collaborative
Join Beth Johnson (AcademyHealth), Anna Barnes (Illinois Public Health Institute), Courtney Bartlett (Practical Playbook) and Melissa Moorehead (Michigan Public Health Institute) to learn more about the All In Learning Collaborative and how it has evolved to meet the needs of communities inside and out of All In.

Matchless
How to Begin and Expand Your Multi-sector Conversations

Join Katherine Browne (Constellation Consulting) to discuss ways to frame your multi-sector data efforts in terms that matter to potential partner organizations. This interactive session will allow participants to share what’s been the most effective way to engage new sectors in your communities and share what has worked and not worked.

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Jumping in the Deep End: Swimming with the Dolphins

What are “Dolphin Tanks?” These are a series of breakout sessions that are designed to be friendlier “Shark Tanks,” where All In communities can make a pitch to a group of experts about a specific need or issue they are having. Communities will have dedicated time to share information about their project, describe work to-date, and gain valuable feedback from a panel of experts on a certain part of their initiative.

Mattie Silks
Dolphin Tank 1: Partner Cultivation and Collaboration
Join Kate Kiefert (Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT), Hilary Heishman (Robert Wood Johnson Foundation), and Kimberly Hobson (South Side Healthcare Collaborative) for a session focused on partner cultivation and collaboration.

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Matchless
Dolphin Tank 2: Strategic Marketing and Communication
Join Emily Yu (BUILD Health Challenge), Jenny Davies (Progressive Promotions), and Andy Krackov (Velir Studios) for a session focused on strategic marketing and communication.

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Independence
Dolphin Tank 3: Learning, Evaluation, and Measurement
Join Yen Chau (the Colorado Health Foundation), Carolyn Miller (Robert Wood Johnson Foundation), and Adil Moiduddin (NORC at the University of Chicago) for a session focused on learning, evaluation, and measurement.

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Gold Coin
Dolphin Tank 4: Community Outreach and Engagement
Join Vijaya Hogan (W.K. Kellogg Foundation), Jehan Benton-Clark (the Colorado Health Foundation), and Erin Mackay (National Partnership for Women & Families) for a session focused on community outreach and engagement.

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Denver Ballroom

Interpreting the high-pitched and beautiful language of the dolphin can be difficult, but essential to understanding their unique perspective on the environment. Wrap up our second day together as we share lessons and emerging best practices from the four dolphin tanks, and discuss where the field of multi-sector data collaborations is headed.

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5:00 pm | Adjourn

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Denver Ballroom

Guess Who’s Coming to Breakfast!?! (Part II)

Join colleagues for breakfast and get your brain cells firing. Included on the menu: engaging conversations with peers and other experts on relevant topics, tools, and resources of interest (plus waffles). Please sign up at the registration table on Thursday for a specific topic or suggest a new topic and see who shows up! Of course, you may also enjoy breakfast without networking.

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Moderator: Diane Rittenhouse, University of California, San Francisco
Presenters:
Sarah Oppenheimer, King County Housing Authority
Anne Jensen, City of San Diego
Veenu Aulakh, Center for Care Innovations
Julia Resnick, Association for Community Health Improvement / HRET

Multi-sector collaborations create value for their communities by working together to tackle problems and opportunities that can’t be addressed by any single organization. But multi-sector work is hard: organizations from different sectors need to learn each other’s language, understand each other’s values, and identify activities and systems that are responsive to collaborative strategies. In this session, representatives from four sectors—housing, community-based health centers, healthcare delivery and local government—will describe their approaches to cross-sector outreach, what works and what doesn’t, and how these partnerships create new value streams in their communities.

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Advancing Community Health Through Different Collaboration Structures and Models

Moderator: Sue Grinnell, Public Health Institute
Presenters will share four distinct examples – each led from a different sector – based on their community efforts to engage partners in working toward a common vision.

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Forging Ties Between Health Care and Criminal Justice: Unique Issues, Opportunities and Challenges

Moderator: Gilbert Salinas, Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center
Panelists in this session will share their motivations for and experiences working with criminal justice partners, and also relay early challenges and successes experienced thus far.

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Mattie Silks
Celebrating Community Voices: The Influence and Impact of Community Engagement

Moderator: Laurie Call, Illinois Public Health Institute
In this session, presenters will share their approaches for involving residents, community leaders, and volunteers to advance their work while simultaneously increasing buy-in, ownership and ultimately, sustainability.

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Gold Coin
Improving “Whole Person” Health through Data Integration across Sectors
Moderator: SA Kushinka, Center for Care Innovations
Health care systems increasingly use the term “patient centered care,” but communities are taking this concept even further—connecting health care and human/social service data to consider “whole person health.” The data sharing collaborations supporting this work help clinicians, family members, and social service providers to better coordinate with others, and ultimately to better serve the individual. Sectors such as criminal justice, housing, food, and education are coming together to build integrated data systems that generate alerts, allow for the development of shared or community treatment plans, and generate e-referrals across sectors and agencies. Presenters in this session will share their specific aims, approaches, and experiences thus far—many of which reflect the different community assets and contexts shaping their efforts.

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Matchless
Using Data Visualization to Engage and Inform Stakeholders on Shared Community Health Metrics

Karen Peacock, Essential Access Health
Communities will discuss their use of tools that pull diverse data from multiple sources—dashboards, reports, maps, infographics and other visual aids—and how they have been able to use these tools to engage stakeholders, generate support, and build accountability for action.

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10:55 am | Snack Break

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Beyond the Next Grant: Planning for Sustainability

Moderator: Catherine Patterson, de Beaumont Foundation
Presenters:
Jane Erickson, ReThink Health Ventures
Brad Weining, Enterprise Community Partners
Anna Brewster, MD Anderson Cancer Center
Maribel Cifuentes, the Colorado Health Foundation

Conversations about sustainability tend to start and stop with some of the following questions: “Who can I get to fund the next step of this?” OR “How can I tweak what I’m doing to be responsive to a new funding opportunity?” This panel will explore some other key questions (e.g., Is it the mission or the infrastructure that requires new support? Are the partners involved in the work truly aligned and ready?) designed to get people thinking about other issues that need to be part of your sustainability strategy. Join us and be sure to bring questions, suggestions, and other ideas for sustaining the long term viability of your important work.

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Denver Ballroom

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Cultivating Trust: Processes and Approaches for Supporting and Sustaining Meaningful Collaborations

Moderator: Erin Mackay, National Partnership for Women & Families
In this session, panelists will share some of the principles and approaches they’re used to formalize collaborations, including the practice of collective decision-making, use of consensus, and structures for participant staff and leadership to work in concert toward community goals.

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Mattie Silks
Pitch Perfect: How to Talk About Your Work with a Variety of Audiences

Presenters: Jenny Davies and Sarah White, Progressive Promotions
Presenters in this session will share practical strategies for effectively communicating project value to a range of stakeholders, including funders, policymakers and community members. Participants will have a chance to pitch the aspects of their work they find “most compelling,” and get feedback from communications experts and peers.

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Gold Coin
Leveraging Integrated Data Systems for Community Health Improvement

Moderator: Aaron Truchil, Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers
In this session, presenters will discuss their use of integrated data systems, associated benefits and challenges, and how data are typically shared, under what circumstances, and for what use cases.

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Matchless
Using Data to Improve Maternal and Child Health Outcomes

Moderator: Ivor Horn, Accolade
Many local collaborations are working to improve coordinated care and health outcomes for women and children. Strategies include engaging the community, focusing on the caregiver and family unit, and/or conducting screenings to address the social determinants of health. Although the projects differ in terms of their capacity and current stage of data sharing, they are all working to address child and maternal health. Some are building custom data sharing systems to integrate data from multiple organizations, while others are in the planning phase determining what data they will need to advance their work.

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In this wrap-up session, we will share back a top-line summary of your comments and feedback thus far and invite you to vote for priority topics that will inform our planning, practice and (potentially) policy activities moving forward.


POLL #1               POLL #2               POLL #3               POLL #4               POLL #5               POLL #6
Presenters:
Peter Eckart, Data Across Sectors for Health, Illinois Public Health Institute
Clare Tanner, Data Across Sectors for Health, Michigan Public Health Institute
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Now that we have a sense of priorities for the field, where will you continue to contribute—in your home community, as a part of All In, through a different collaborative process? Let us know so we can engage, support, document and share your good work.

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Presenter: Alison Rein

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3:00 pm | Adjourn

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