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, and innovation replication projects in the diverse collaborative network that connects members with tools, resources, and expertise to help advance efforts.
Through All In, PHNCI’s grantees have contact to broader health systems and community partners working on projects related to data sharing and multisector collaboration, and are able to connect, share, and learn from one another. First, they have access to an online community with a searchable library of people, projects, tools, and resources, and can join discussion groups and events to connect with professionals with similar interests. Second, they can review, write, present, and serve as subject matter advisors to support this growing field, and can promote their innovative work by sharing lessons learned with other communities. Lastly, they can attend technical assistance webinars on a variety of topics, as well as participate in meetings held across the country that are designed to facilitate peer learning and provide expert support. By broadening the common understanding of the environment and sharing lessons learned, together All In can drive the development of a shared agenda that will guide the field of public health.
Recently, All In hosted its second annual National Meeting in Denver, CO, which brought together 250 stakeholders from around the country that are at the forefront of the movement to improve community health and whole-person wellness through multisector partnerships working to share data. The agenda consisted of several Deep Dive Workshops, plenaries, breakout sessions, roundtable discussions, Shallow Dive sessions, and numerous opportunities for networking and sharing. Livestream recordings of the seven plenaries are available, and all session materials will be posted in the attendee group Resource Library as they become available (please note you will need to be logged in to the group to access this link).
Interested in joining All In? Membership is free, and anyone can participate! If you’re new to All In, the first step is to sign up for the online community and create an individual member profile. Make sure to also sign up for the monthly All In e-newsletter to stay informed about upcoming opportunities.