All In’s Top Resources from 2017

2017 was a big year for All In: Data for Community Health. We held our first national meeting in Denver, bringing together 250+ stakeholders to discuss strategies for improving population health through multi-sector data sharing. Two new partners joined All In, helping to expand the learning collaborative to include 60+ projects across the country. Together, we hosted several webinars, a regional meeting on health and housing, and developed new resources to document and share lessons from early innovators.

Thanks to everyone who was willing to go “All In” with us this year! We’ve summarized some of our top resources from 2017 that can help inform your work as you move forward.


Project Showcase Webinar Series

All In launched a new series of webinars highlighting insights and lessons from local collaborations sharing data across sectors to improve community health.

Don’t miss our next project showcase webinar on January 10, Improving Precision in Public Health through Innovative Data Sharing Approaches, which will feature public health departments from Baltimore and Chicago working to create a culture of innovation in their communities by using collaborative, data-driven approaches to examine health trends at the local level.

Other Webinars Hosted by All In

All In also offered other webinars featuring subject-matter experts on a variety of topics related to collaborating across sectors and sharing data, including:


All In partners and funders developed several publications on multi-sector data sharing to broaden our understanding of the environment and disseminate promising practices from our funded communities.


All In leaders wrote blogs summarizing practical lessons for communities working to share data with other sectors to improve health.

Stay Connected in 2018

Make sure to sign up for the All In newsletter to keep up with what’s happening as we move forward. You can also join the All In online community to connect with other professionals working to improve community health through multi-sector data sharing and collaboration.

Have a happy and productive 2018!