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

On December 8-10, 2020, we hosted the 4th Annual All In National Meeting for nearly 400 participants. We invite you to review the agenda, presentations, and slides here.

2020's themes included: 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 featured inspirational speakers on the compelling issues facing communities, practitioners and residents who shared their stories, tools and practical lessons; and interactive opportunities to share experiences tackling common challenges as they relate to multi-sector community-based data sharing projects focused on health, wellbeing, and equity.

The meeting featured inspiring plenary discussions with leading experts, community breakout sessions sharing practical lessons and advice, and opportunities to network with those with similar interests. Read the recap and agenda from the 2018 annual meeting.