The 2017 Practical Playbook National Meeting is a forum for national dialogue on best practices for cross-sector collaborations, while rising to meet the challenges of the changing healthcare landscape.
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Assessing and advancing community readiness for multi-sector data sharing
While collaborative data sharing projects require or result in complicated technical development, the most successful projects begin with organic collaborations of people and organizations that have established trusting relationships and a sense of a shared vision. Communities funded by the All In program office partners span a wide range of readiness to do this work, from local collaborations just beginning to meet together around selected community health goals, to more established collaborations that are creating their first shared data project, to the most sophisticated collaborations that have established strong governance and a transparent approach to the use of integrated data for planning, program development and advocacy. In this session, participants will be introduced to a process of and instrument to assess a community’s readiness to collaborate and share data. Representatives from current CHP, DASH and BUILD projects will discuss their own evolution within this assessment framework, and how they have used the process and data to inform next step.
Participants in this session will come away with:
- A framework for exploring the ways that multi-sector projects form and evolve over time to collaborate and share data;
- Some common barriers to and enablers of community collaboration and data sharing;
- An introduction to an assessment tool currently being used by 20 communities to document their state of readiness; and
- Information on where this conversation is ongoing and what’s next for the development of this assessment tool.