All In Webinar: Linking and De-identifying State-level Data Sets to Tackle the Opioid Epidemic
Jul 30 @ 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm

During this All In: Data for Community Health webinar, presenters from health departments in Massachusetts and Allegheny County, Pennsylvania will present case studies about their work to de-identify and link datasets to address the opioid epidemic. Presenters will also share strategies for navigating the legal framework to collect, use, and share data across sectors to improve community health, while complying with legal and regulatory requirements and maintaining the public’s trust.

By attending this webinar you will:

  • Learn how to find and support pathways to share data
  • Develop awareness of how to analyze a data sharing issue
  • Review approaches to de-identify data
  • Hear best practices and lessons learned from data sharing innovators working to address the opioid epidemic


  • Sallie Milam, JD, CIPP/US/G, Deputy Director, The Network for Public Health Law, Mid-States Region Office


  • Elizabeth Scurria Morgan, JD, First Deputy General Counsel and Director, Privacy & Data Compliance Office, MA Department of Public Health
  • Dana Bernson, MPH, Director of Special Analytic Projects, MA Department of Public Health
  • Eric Hulsey, DrPH, MA, Manager of Behavioral Health Analytics, Allegheny County Department of Human Services
All In National Meeting 2019 @ Crowne Plaza Baltimore Dwntn Inner Harbor
Oct 15 – Oct 17 all-day

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Across the country, communities are working to improve population health and whole-person wellness through partnerships that bring diverse sectors together to unleash the full potential of their data. The third annual All In National Meeting is designed to lift up the hard-won knowledge and practical lessons from these pioneering local data sharing initiatives to accelerate our progress toward improved health equity for all.

The meeting will feature inspiring plenary discussions with leading experts, community breakout sessions sharing practical lessons and advice, and opportunities to network with those with similar interests. Updates about the event will be posted on this page as they become available. You can also read the recap and agenda from last year’s annual meeting for more information.

Want to attend this year’s meeting? Fill out this form to indicate your interest and share your input on which topics you’d like to see covered.

Event Details

  • Hotel: The event will be held at Crowne Plaza Baltimore Dwntn Inner Harbor. Attendees will be able to reserve hotel rooms during the registration process.
  • Registration: Register for the All In National Meeting 2019
    Please note: Registration for this year’s meeting will include a small registration fee, in addition to whatever travel and hotel costs incurred.  Some All In partners may subsidize meeting costs for their grantees, and scholarships will be offered to presenters.  Check with your program office for more information.
  • All In National Meeting Scholarship: On behalf of All In: Data for Community Health, the Data Across Sectors for Health (DASH) National Program Office will award over 70 full and partial scholarships to individuals working in local community collaborations and their partners to support registration, travel and lodging for the 2019 All In: Data for Community Health National Meeting. Fill out the Scholarship Form for consideration.
  • Call for Abstracts: Do you have an innovative data sharing project you’d like to highlight at the meeting? Submit an abstract to share successes, failures, and lessons learned from your multi-sector data sharing efforts. Scholarships are available to support travel and attendance for accepted presenters. For more information and to submit an abstract, visit our 2019 All In National Meeting Information Page. Abstract deadline May 17th.
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Why Attend?

  • Learn from your peers: With hundreds of stakeholders from diverse sectors and professional backgrounds, you’ll be surrounded by peers who understand your work and the unique challenges you face.
  • Hear from thought leaders: Thought-provoking plenary sessions featuring trailblazers in the field will explore big picture ideas and unique perspectives that can help inform your strategy.
  • Discover new solutions: Whether you’re interested in strengthening partnerships, addressing legal or technical challenges, or improving sustainability, the sessions will feature a wide range of practical tools and examples.
  • Share your expertise: Through presentations and networking events, you’ll have the opportunity to gain exposure for your work and forge meaningful connections with stakeholders that can help advance your goals.