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By: Susan Martinez, Program Associate, Data Across Sectors for Health & Sallie Milam, Deputy Director of the Mid-States Region at the Network for Public Health Law. Regardless of intent, data use can lead to harmful outcomes for vulnerable populations. Responses to the COVID-19 pandemic (including some featured in All In Data for Community Health’s Lessons From the First Wave) highlighted the impact of inequitable data practices, most notably in the disparate health outcomes for communities of color. From these discussions … read more

At All In, over 200 collaborations are working together to promote community health through data, collaboration, and community leadership. Driving this effort is the fight for racial justice and health equity – without which people cannot reach their optimal level of health and communities cannot thrive. Over the past week, the brutal murder of George Floyd, the police violence in the face of legitimate protest, and the unjust and ongoing oppression of black, indigenous and other people of color (BIPOC) … read more

Communities across the country share a common sense of urgency to take action against rapidly escalating rates of preventable deaths associated with opioid use. While an increase in clinical opioid prescriptions and the introduction of synthetic opioids into the drug supply partially explain the national uptick in overdose and addiction rates, knowledge gaps surrounding more localized factors related to opioid use, addiction, overdose, and treatment makes developing responsive and evidence-based interventions a challenge for states and communities.