Join us for the All In Listening Session #2: Using Data Systems to Prioritize Equity in a Time of Crisis

An event as rich as the first virtual Listening Session demands a sequel. This is it! This session will be open to all participants and questions. COVID-19 continues to highlight existing structural inequities and health disparities, making the disease more prevalent in some populations. Data systems can help us understand its impact and identify where to focus outreach. Our second Listening Session will explore how data systems and data can inform outreach to vulnerable communities to better...
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All In COVID Listening Sessions Connect Communities Struggling with COVID-19

Inaugural Listening Session helps pave the way for knowledge sharing and policy development in our Post-COVID Future  By Stephanie Johnson, All In Online Community Manager at DASH  All In collaboration members are on the front lines of this crisis.  Responding to the day-to-day needs of their communities with everything they have.  At the same time, they are seeing firsthand all of the ways our systems are broken. Some are also identifying surprising new ways to make systems work for people, e...
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COVID-19 Contact Tracing and Public Health Departments

The Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB) recently launched a webpage that offers a compilation of COVID-19-related resources, information, and news, which is reviewed and updated as new information becomes available. Of note, PHAB is providing  COVID-19 Contact Tracing Program Checklists to support health departments' efforts to rapidly scale up and implement contact tracing programs. The Checklists itemize key elements of a COVID-19 contact tracing program and focus on those elements that m...
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All In Podcast Season 2 is Here!

The first episode of Season 2 of the All-In Podcast is finally here! Our host Peter Eckart was joined by Dr. Rhea Boyd. You might remember her as the amazing keynote speaker from the 2019 All In National Conference. In this episode, she discusses how healthcare systems are working in her native California during this pandemic, as well as touching on a range of topics from racial bias and big data to funding with intergenerational impact in mind. Listen to the podcast here and join the convers...
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Short of Breath – But Not Support

May 18, 2019 – I remember the date because it was the day after my daughter’s wedding – I woke up feeling more tired than usual. You know the feeling. The days you wake up and don’t recognize the time. Like some cruel prankster must have changed all the clocks in my house just so I’d wake up earlier! Since arguing with reality isn’t usually helpful I got up to start my Saturday – the same way I always do, albeit much slower. As I walked towards the bathroom, my legs feeling heavy and tired, I sn...
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