Navigating the intersection of health and social services
through information sharing and coordinated care.
The use of a unified individual longitudinal record reflects shared language defining needs, risk assessments, care planning, and individual outcomes.
211/CIE San Diego is pleased to share Leveraging Community Information Exchanges for Equitable and Inclusive Data, a suite of three resources that inform early planning and community member engagement efforts for institutions building Community Information Exchanges (CIEs).
The challenges associated with confronting and eliminating structural racism are extensive and require intentional, hard work within the public health, social, economic, philanthropy and healthcare
ACEs Aware grantees across the state are producing practice papers with promising practices and case studies from providers and communities implementing ACE screening and trauma-informed
The COVID-19 pandemic laid bare the gaps in our public health and health data infrastructure and illuminated the many ways in which they perpetuate vast
211/CIE San Diego is pleased to share Leveraging Community Information Exchanges for Equitable and Inclusive Data, a suite of three resources that inform early planning
Barriers to sharing data are another obstacle. Different data systems, privacy rules, and sharing protocols often make it difficult for community-based organizations in nonmedical sectors