Webinar: Health Data for City Leaders

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During this National League of Cities webinar, leaders from All In: Data for Community Health, including DASH grantee Public Health - Seattle & King County, joined Community Commons to discuss how cities can use data more efficiently to improve community health. Watch the recording Presenters: Nick Wallace, Associate, National League of Cities Peter Eckart, Director, Center for Health and Information Technology, Illinois Public Health Institute (IPHI) Alison Rein, Senior Dir...
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Webinar: Navigating Consent

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During webinar, hosted by All In: Data for Community Health, presenters gave an overview of consent issues affecting communities (e.g., opt-in vs. opt-out, client engagement, etc.) and discussed questions and use cases from communities. Webinar materials: Presentation slides Consent resources Webinar notes Common terminology and definitions Agenda and bios Navigating Consent from Data Across Sectors for Health on Vimeo.
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Webinar: Considerations for the Development and Use of a Master Person Index (MPI)

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During this webinar, hosted by All In: Data for Community Health, presenters gave an overview of Master Patient Indexes (MPIs), provide examples of how MPIs are used in practice, and discuss methodologies and tools for record matching versus an overarching MPI strategy. Webinar materials: Presentation slides MPI resources Agenda and bios Considerations for Development and Use of a Master Patient Index from Data Across Sectors for Health on Vimeo.
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Webinar: Spotlight on Multi-Sector Data Collaboration

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During the June 2016 HealthDoers Monthly Engagement Call, representatives from Data Across Sectors for Health (DASH) and the Community Health Peer Learning Program (CHP) described the current environment for shared data and discussed challenges to and solutions for advancing this work. Presentation slides HealthDoers Monthly Engagement Call // Spotlight on Multi-Sector Data Collaboration (June 27, 2016) from NRHI on Vimeo.
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Webinar: Approaches to Collecting and Using Social Determinants of Health Data

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This webinar, hosted by All In: Data for Community Health, addressed various approaches for collecting and using social determinants of health (SDOH) data, provided an opportunity for participants to ask questions of other practitioners, and fostered dialogue around SDOH data collection and use. Webinar Materials: Presentation Slides Toolkit of SDOH Resources Agenda and Bios Approaches to Collecting and Using Social Determinants of Health Data from Data Across Sectors for He...
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Webinar: Rural Health Communities of Practice

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In April, AcademyHealth's Community Peer Learning Program (CHP) and Data Across Sectors for Health (DASH) joined the Rural Health Community of Practice for a discussion on rural health. Both programs shared their knowledge about efforts to improve the access and quality of health in rural settings. Rural Health Communities of Practice from Data Across Sectors for Health on Vimeo.
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DASH Environmental Scan: Early Learnings from an Emerging Field

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In 2015, Data Across Sectors for Health (DASH) conducted an environmental scan of the state of multi-sector data sharing initiatives aimed at improving community health. Monitoring and analysis is ongoing, but the initial findings show a vibrant and diverse set of initiatives exist across the country. The results, summarized in this executive summary, provide context on the landscape in which DASH and similar initiatives are working. The objectives of DASH Environmental Scan were to: 1. Pr...
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Webinar: The Data Revolution—How You Can Benefit

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Data and information sharing are reshaping the process of setting and acting on community health priorities. In this webinar, Peter Eckart—co-director of the RWJF initiative Data Across Sectors for Health (DASH)—described what’s working in data and information sharing and analysis, steps you can take to benefit from them, the larger networked efforts to expand this work, and what lies ahead.
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