This last webinar will provided an overview of sustainability and how communities can get involved in the larger movement. The presentation focused on gaining a clear understanding of one-time and ongoing costs, outlining potential business models, and exploring strategies to create value propositions for key stakeholders and potential funding streams. Presenters Camey Christenson and Jessica Peter also explored our collective role in building the ﬁeld of health care-social service collaborations by conducting research that impact of social determinants on population health, and championing eﬀorts to standardize care with an eye toward achieving equity and social justice.
The webinar recording will be posted soon. Stay tuned!
This webinar will review the implications of sharing personal information across health and social sectors and core components of technology. We will highlight critical steps necessary to deﬁne the roles of diverse and multi-disciplinary partners, standardize data sharing practices, and ensure adequate security and privacy measures. Additionally, we will outline essential technological components necessary for a Community Information Exchange and review strategies to analyze a community’s existing data systems, establish a design and technology team, develop technical requirements and data architecture to assist in the selection of a technology platform.
The tenants of the collective impact model help communities develop a common vision and offer governance structures that leverage a community’s existing assets. In this webinar, we discussed meaningful ways to build, engage and activate diverse partners, including establishing the need for a CIE, championing the cause and understanding the needs of your community.
This introductory session kicked off the five-part webinar series with a presentation of the recently released toolkit, “Community Information Exchange: Collaboration and Cross-Sector Data Sharing to Create Healthier Communities.”