Data Sharing Across Sectors: Challenges and Opportunities

Data Sharing Across Sectors: Challenges and Opportunities

Slides

In this webinar, learn about top takeaways from BUILD’s new data sharing report and hear what strategies teams use in the face of real-world challenges. Susan Millea of Children’s Optimal Health and Kim Foreman of Environmental Health Watch will share their experiences and how they worked with their collaboration partners to tackle these barriers.

Projects Showcased

The Cleveland Healthy Home Data Collaborative is a new healthy housing data system. The initiative is grounded in neighborhood community engagement that enables physicians, public health officials, and the public to easily access collaborative, useful information to address health disparities—with a focus on asthma and lead poisoning.

The Children’s Comprehensive Care Clinic is working with its partners to improve care for families of children with medical and behavioral complexity throughout multiple counties in the Austin, Texas area. Through collaboration among multiple sectors, they are building a patient-controlled common technology platform.

Additional Resources

A new BUILD report features the five most common data challenges faced by cross-sector teams participating in BUILD, as well as reflections and solutions from the practitioners involved. Topics include HIPAA concerns, logistics of data sharing across various systems, language differences, and more.

This All In podcast episodes features Children’s Comprehensive Care Clinic’s work to provide a patient-controlled common technology platform that improves care coordination for families of children with medical and behavioral complexity in Austin, TX.

Read an overview of the Cleveland Healthy Home Data Collaborative on  the BUILD Health Challenge webiste. 

Read an overview of the project led by Children’s Comprehensive Care Clinic on the AcademyHealth website.