All In Webinar Resources
All In webinars highlight insights and lessons from local collaborations sharing data across sectors to improve community health. Below you will find resources, recordings, and other materials from past webinars (starting July 2017), as well as information about upcoming webinars. Older webinars produced by All In (June 2017 and prior) are available in our resources archive. Additional past events can be found on allindata.org.
Open Data Platforms for Community Health
Successful multi-sector data sharing hubs can leverage existing infrastructure to integrate new resources and adapt to novel use cases. This All In webinar featured two community data warehouses that continue to evolve to support community health improvement.
Leveraging Technology to Measure Capacity for Using Multi-Sector Data to Improve Community Health
This webinar provided an overview of the All In Capacity Assessment tool that tracks progress in the field of multi-sector data sharing. Presenters shared the initial results of data collection from 32 communities and described how local collaborations can use the results to inform initiative planning and self-monitoring.
Sustainably Financing Community Health - Parts 1 and 2
This two-part webinar series covered sustainable financing, alternative payment models, and tools to help participants think about and take steps towards sustaining their multi-sector community work. Speakers discussed a range of key questions and alternative models.
Data Across Sectors for Health
The webinar covered promising practices for creating a multi-sector partnership, engaging community health champions, and sharing data and connecting information systems, in hopes of uniting across communities to address the social determinants of health. Representatives from Avondale Children Thrive shared how they are aligning residents and partners around a common vision and set of metrics to improve maternal and child health.
Data Sharing Across Sectors: Challenges and Opportunities
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.
Research and Application: Measuring Social Needs and Outcomes
During this All In webinar, Caroline Fichtenberg of SIREN reviewed the current landscape of assessment tools and outcomes measures for social needs. Karis Grounds of 2-1-1 San Diego explained how they incorporated social needs assessment into their Risk Rating Scale, which helps them better serve clients while showing the impact of their services.
Empowering Cross-sector Data Sharing to Improve Health and Public Safety
This All In webinar featured 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.
Effectively Stewarding Multi-Sector Partners for Health System Transformation
Much has been learned about how multi-sector partnerships can effectively lead their work, build and enact comprehensive strategies, and develop approaches for sustainable financing. This webinar offered insights from ReThink Health’s research and fieldwork about the conditions under which health system transformation can occur.
Employing Health Information Exchanges (HIE) to Address the Social Determinants of Health
This All In webinar shared how three communities are leveraging the data and technical infrastructure of health information exchanges (HIEs) to facilitate integration of social determinants of health with clinical data and drive solutions to pressing community health challenges.
Going All In to Improve Health through Multi-sector Collaboration and Systematic Data Sharing
This webinar, co-hosted by Data Across Sectors for Health (DASH) and County Health Rankings & Roadmaps, digs into promising practices for sharing data and connecting information systems, as well as how to address barriers to multi-sector collaboration in hopes of uniting across communities to address the social determinants of health.
Using Electronic Health Data for Community Health- Parts 1 and 2
This All In webinar featured presentations from leadership at Johns Hopkins University and the Network for Public Health Law. As authors of a recent deBeaumont Foundation report, Using Electronic Health Data for Community Health, they discussed the legal underpinnings of data sharing between health systems and public health departments.
Innovative Strategies for Engaging Residents in Community Health Improvement Planning
On this All In webinar, representatives from Public Health Seattle-King County, WA and Garrett County, MD shared how they developed and tailored processes and strategies for engaging residents in community health improvement planning as well as some of the barriers and opportunities encountered along the way.
Food for Health: Improving Community Health by Addressing Food Insecurity
This All In project showcase webinar featured two projects that are creating new linkages between health systems and food systems to better serve their communities. While promoting individual health is a primary aim, these projects are demonstrating how focusing on food security can reap benefits for the healthcare sector and the community as a whole.
Improving Precision in Public Health through Innovative Data Sharing Approaches
This All In project showcase webinar featured two public health departments, Chicago and Baltimore, that are creating a culture of innovation in their communities by using collaborative, data-driven approaches to examine health trends at the local level and target resources and programs more efficiently for the greatest impact.
Big Cities, Big Data, Big Lessons! Leveraging Multi-Sector Data in Public Health to Address Social Determinants of Health
This All In webinar featured four community collaborations, led by health departments, working to integrate data from sectors that influence individual and community health, such as housing, education, social service, economic development, and safety.
Using Big Data and Analytics to Improve Public Health
This All In project showcase webinar featured two projects actively working to leverage multiple big data sets and apply advanced analytics to better identify issues, prioritize interventions and policies, and allocate resources. These collaborations, led by researchers and public health departments, are at the forefront of the movement to leverage big data to drive community health improvement.
Master Person Indexes: A Tool for Population Health Management
To generate a better understanding of how master person indexes (MPIs) are used in practice, All In and the California Health Care Safety Net Institute hosted a webinar featuring experts from two communities who share considerations for using and developing MPIs and discuss methodologies and tools for implementing an overarching MPI strategy.
Developing Data Systems for Care Coordination Using Patient-Centered Approaches
This All In project showcase webinar featured two project teams developing a system that integrates data from sectors such as medical, behavioral, social services, and education to improve care coordination for special needs populations. Children’s Comprehensive Care Clinic is working to build a customized tool while Altair is working with a health information exchange.
Leveraging User-Centered Technology to Improve Health
This All In project showcase webinar featured presentations from two project teams (Essential Access Health and HealthInfoNet) that are designing and implementing user-centered, interactive applications that leverage data from EHRs and other sources to improve the health of under-resourced populations.