All In

All In: Data for Community Health is a learning network of communities that are testing exciting new ways to systematically improve community health outcomes through multisector partnerships working to share data. All In partner networks are building the evidence base to advance practice, identify gaps, highlight investment needs, and inform policy. All In is a dynamic and continually evolving partnership of over 100 national and regional programs that have joined forces to coordinate technical assistance and facilitate peer-to-peer learning activities for those tackling common challenges. PHNCI joined All In to partner with the other national program offices implementing similar initiatives to improve communities, as well as to include its learning communities of grantees representing 21st century public health and the foundational public health services, innovation, innovation replication projects, and cross-sector innovation initiatives in the diverse collaborative network that connects members with tools, resources, and expertise to help advance efforts.

December 8-10, 2020 Virtually

Across the country, communities are working to improve population health and whole-person wellness through partnerships that bring diverse sectors together to unleash the full potential of their data. The fourth annual All In National Meeting is designed to lift up the hard-won knowledge and practical lessons from these pioneering local data sharing initiatives to accelerate our progress toward improved health equity for all.

This year’s themes include: examining work through the lens of racial justice and health equity; incorporating community voice and leadership; and unpacking the nuts and bolts of data sharing. The meeting will feature inspirational speakers on the compelling issues facing communities, practitioners and residents who will share their stories, tools and practical lessons; and interactive opportunities to share your experience tackling common challenges as they relate to multi-sector community-based data sharing projects focused on health, wellbeing, and equity. Updates about the event will be posted on this page as they become available.

The meeting will feature inspiring plenary discussions with leading experts, community breakout sessions sharing practical lessons and advice, and opportunities to network with those with similar interests. Updates about the event will be posted on this page as they become available. You can also read the recap and agenda from the 2018 annual meeting for more information.

Event Details

  • Registration: Register for the Virtual All In National Meeting 2020. Logistical information can be found on the event registration site. The virtual meeting is limited to the first 300 participants to maintain opportunities for group conversations and networking. Scholarship information for community members and persons with lived experience will be made available soon via the All In online community. Registration is waived for select grantees of All In Partners (your Program Office will reach out with more details). Given that space is limited for the meeting, please only register if you can actually participate.
  • Get Updates: Stay informed about this event by signing up for the All In e-newsletter.

Why Attend?

  • Learn from your peers: With hundreds of stakeholders from diverse sectors and professional backgrounds, you’ll be surrounded by peers who understand your work and the unique challenges you face.
  • Hear from thought leaders: Thought-provoking plenary sessions featuring trailblazers in the field will explore big picture ideas and unique perspectives that can help inform your strategy.
  • Discover new solutions: Whether you’re interested in strengthening partnerships, addressing legal or technical challenges, or improving sustainability, the sessions will feature a wide range of practical tools and examples.
  • Share your expertise: Through presentations and networking events, you’ll have the opportunity to gain exposure for your work and forge meaningful connections with stakeholders that can help advance your goals.