Read answers to frequently asked questions about All In: Data for Community Health.
What is All In: Data for Community Health?
All In: Data for Community Health is a learning network of communities that are testing exciting new ways to systematically improve community health outcomes through multi-sector partnerships working to share data. All In network partners are building the evidence base to advance practice, identify gaps, highlight investment needs, and inform policy. Collectively, All In includes over 100 community collaborations across the country.
Who leads All In?
Recognizing a need to accelerate learning among early innovators in this field, five national and regional programs joined forces to co-lead the All In learning network. These All In national partners coordinate technical assistance and facilitate peer-to-peer learning activities for those tackling common challenges. All In is a dynamic and continually evolving partnership (see current/past partners).
Who funds All In?
All In is a “coalition of the willing,” in that the All In Partners (currently five) contribute staff time and other cash and non-cash resources to the collaborative effort.
What are the benefits of participating?
All In network members and staff can connect you to tools, resources, and expertise to help advance your effort. Communities within All In have a wealth of knowledge and experience to share about engaging specific sectors, building capacity for data sharing, generating buy-in or demonstrating improved community health outcomes through multi-sector data sharing. By participating, you will have opportunities to:
- Gain exposure for your innovative work by presenting your lessons learned to other communities through webinars, in-person meetings, conferences, and more.
- Be invited to attend regional and national meetings designed to facilitate peer learning, foster connections with professionals with similar interests, and provide technical assistance.
- Access an online community with a searchable library of people, projects, tools, and resources.
- Learn strategies, pitfalls and best practices from other communities by attending webinars on a variety of topics.
- Contribute to the field by helping to review and test metrics and indicators of progress.
- Access grant opportunities, travel and conference support, technical support, and other resources available only to All In members.
How can I get involved in All In?
Membership in All In is free, and anyone can participate. If you’re new to All In, the first step to join is to sign up for the online community (allin.healthdoers.org) and create an individual member profile. We encourage you to invite representatives from your local collaboration to also join. Make sure to sign up for the monthly All In newsletter to stay informed about upcoming opportunities.
Who is participating in All In?
All In is a diverse and growing learning collaborative that includes 100+ multi-sector community collaborations across the country, many of which have a data sharing component. These collaborations are current and past awardees of All In partners. The learning network is also open to other communities that are not funded by All In partners. These communities are actively engaged in developing their multi-sector collaborative governance, planning for or building data systems, or developing interventions based on shared data. Although All In collaborations are working with a variety of different sectors, data types, and health goals, they are all working to improve community health and share one of more of the following common attributes: 1) community-based collaboration, 2) a multi-sector approach, 3) data sharing and integrated data systems.
My collaboration is not yet sharing data. Can I still join?
Anyone can join All In – regardless of their stage of collaboration or data sharing. Members of All In are at various stages of the process, ranging from those who are actively engaged in planning, building, or using shared data systems to those that are just exploring the field of multi-sector data sharing, but are not yet working collaboratively on a common strategic initiative.
How can I connect with one of the projects shown on the All In map?
The All In map includes current and past awardees of All In partners, whose projects may or may not be currently active. Start by joining the All In online community to view a list of collaborative projects, which can be filtered based on your interests, and connect with the project team members that are members of the community. You can also reach out to All In directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about a specific project and whether they are still active and can be contacted.
What happens when my funding ends? Can I still stay involved?
Once you’re “All In,” you’re always “All In.” After your funding ends, you can continue to participate in All In learning network events and stay informed about news, resources, and opportunities through updates shared through the All In online community, website, and newsletter.
Who do I contact for help?
To ask additional questions about All In or inquire about getting involved in upcoming opportunities, email email@example.com.