Successful multi-sector data sharing hubs can leverage existing infrastructure to integrate new resources and adapt to novel use cases. This All In webinar will feature two community data warehouses that continue to evolve to support community health improvement.
Sharing data across sectors helps decision-makers better understand and address community health issues, but there are many laws to consider pertaining to the use, storage, and disclosure of data. To help lawyers and community data practitioners overcome legal challenges to data sharing, Data Across Sectors for Health and the Network for Public Health Law have developed an online collection of 100+ papers, toolkits, and other materials focused on privacy, consent, and policy documentation, hosted at Community Commons.
The Public Health National Center for Innovations (PHNCI) Innovation Learning Community grantees spent eighteen months hard at work implementing innovations in their communities. From these communities, PHNCI has been able to learn what makes an innovation work and be replicable, including leadership buy-in, cross-sector partnerships, and community engagement.
This panel, presented at stakeholder convening, Strengthening Community-Clinical Linkages to Improve Health Outcomes, hosted by the Centers for Disease for Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO), highlights opportunities and challenges related to cross-sector data sharing, as well as strategies, tools, and resources that help stakeholders overcome these challenges.
Based on learnings from 37 BUILD Health Challenge awardees over the past 3 years, this guide shares insights and information for changemakers looking to drive sustainable improvements in community health. You’ll find frameworks, resources, and more that BUILD awardees use to advance their efforts and may help inform your work as well.
Follow along in this BUILD Health Challenge case study and see how this Albuquerque, NM, based team addressed chronic disease and self-management in their community. Together, they established a multi-sector collaboration that resulted in a referral tracking system and a Mobile Farmers Market. In addition, the team implemented the Healthy Here Wellness Referral Center, an integrated chronic disease management referral system to link clinics to community resources in order to improve health outcomes.