Communities Partnering with State Agencies to Address Social Determinants of Health
10:45 AM - 11:45 AM
Thu Aug 13, 2020
Collaborator: DASH Track: Policy and Research

Considering the larger policy landscape for multi-sector collaboration and data sharing, DASH and Pew Charitable Trusts: Health Impact Project will describe their experience and understanding of the shifting landscape and describe their program initiatives aligned with policy development and systems change. The Crisis Response Network will describe their statewide approach to engaging multiple sectors to connect HMIS, 211, and MCO data in Arizona. Session attendees will also hear from Calling All Sectors’ insights into their Michigan core team’s efforts integrating an equity lens into their grantmaking process. The session will include opportunities for session attendees to describe the policy environments in their jurisdictions and how it promotes or hinders data-sharing.

Peter Eckart Director of Health and Information Technology, Illinois Public Health Institute
Ty Rosensteel Crisis Response Network - AZ
Ninma Fearon Senior Associate, Evaluation Programs, Health Impact Project, The Pew Charitable Trusts
Kerk Allen Principal Associate, Health Impact Project, The Pew Charitable Trusts

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