Cross-Sector Data in Action

Cross-sector collaboration can provide crucial data for programs that address the root causes of poor health. This brief, Cross-Sector Data in Action, highlights ways that cross-sector data can guide the development of innovative initiatives to improve people’s lives. Examples include using data to inform a community needs assessment, build the case for a city-wide Housing First initiative, and guide a complex care intervention that begins in a county jail.

This brief is part of a series of resources, supported by the Aetna Foundation, which highlights considerations for building trusting relationships, understanding legal and regulatory guidelines, or effectively using the data to better serve individuals and attract resources to programs.

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