Trenton Health Team on the All In Podcast

Season 2, Episode 2 of the All In Podcast is here! In this episode, Podcast host Peter Eckart is joined by Trenton Health Team (THT)’s own co-directors of Population Health, Natalie Terens, and Ernie Morganstern, to discuss the integration of the NowPow Screening tool and Trenton’s Health Information Exchange (HIE) to match patient SDOH needs to available community resources in Trenton. Natalie and Ernie build on concepts and processes brought up in THT’s compelling case study, “A Holistic Ap...
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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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All In Webinar on Health and Housing Linkages Highlighted Critical Lessons for COVID-19 Response

On April 28th, panelists from Cook County, Illinois; Cleveland, Ohio; and Los Angeles County, California shared their experiences leveraging current health and housing projects in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Originally conceptualized as a follow up for the All In Health and Housing Affinity Group, the webinar shifted in focus as the impact of COVID-19 grew exponentially. Panelists shared lessons on leveraging existing relationships to promote an equity-driven response, how promoting th...
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Trenton Health Team: A Holistic Approach to Social Services

Example from the Field The Trenton Health Team (THT) is an innovative, multi-sector partnership dedicated to the health and well-being of the greater New Jersey Trenton community. THT, along with community healthcare system partners, understand that health and well-being are inextricably linked to housing quality, food security, neighborhood safety, education, and nurturing environments – “upstream” health factors with long-term – “downstream” – influence. To realize our Vision for a Healthy Tr...
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White Paper: How Tulsa is Preserving Privacy and Sharing Data for Social Good

Example from the Field Data sharing between organizations addressing social risk factors has the potential to amplify impact by increasing direct service capacity and efficiency. Unfortunately, the risks of and restrictions on sharing personal data often limit this potential, and adherence to regulations such as HIPAA and FERPA can make data sharing a significant challenge. DASH CIC-START awardee Restore Hope Ministries worked with Asemio to utilize technology that allows for the analysis of...
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