Webinar: Collaborating for data sharing
On June 1, join the National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs for a webinar on multi-sector data sharing. The webinar, Key Lessons: Collaborating for Data Sharing, will feature perspectives from AllianceChicago, Providence Health & Services, and the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers.
Multi-sector data sharing partnerships can help communities address the social determinants that negatively impact the health of people with complex health and social needs, and better align systems that serve overlapping populations. Drawing from their work in Camden, Chicago, and the Pacific Northwest, speakers will focus on four common features of successful data sharing partnerships:
1. Engaging internal champions
2. Building trust
3. Supporting partner organizations
4. Aligning vision and goals across partners
Front-line health care and social services providers, law enforcement officers, community-based organizations, and individuals working in data, research, and academia, can all benefit from sharing data across sectors in their communities. This webinar will help those interested in expanding their use of data learn how to form successful multi-sector data sharing partnerships.
The webinar will include members of the Camden Coalition team that built our Camden ARISE program, along with perspectives from AllianceChicago and Center for Outcomes Research and Education (CORE).
AllianceChicago works to improve personal, community, and public health through innovative collaboration, and CORE is a self-funded research center within Providence Health and Services that provides technical assistance on data systems, analytics, data visualizations, research, and evaluation to communities trying to collaborate around cross-sector data.
Camden ARISE is a Coalition program that links information from across multiple sectors, including criminal justice, health care, and education, to develop a holistic understanding of the challenges individuals with complex health and social needs face and to gain insight into how to better serve this population.
The webinar will be Thursday, June 1, 2017, from 2-3 pm EST.