The following events are hosted by RWJF grantees.
Join All In: Data for Community Health on December 8-10, 2020 for the 4th Annual National Meeting. 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.
This webinar will feature a study to develop and test a decision support tool designed to help health plans and service providers estimate the total costs of care and implement integrated payment strategies for health and social services needed by patients newly diagnosed with psychosis. Individuals who are newly diagnosed with psychosis often require a carefully coordinated mix of specialty services that go far beyond the healthcare sector, including pharmacotherapy, behavioral counselling, educational services, vocational supports, and supportive housing options.
What can individuals and institutions do to build trust as a foundation for creating community connections and engaging citizens? In disruptive and chaotic times, intentionally focusing on trust is critical to maintaining connections, building community, and leveraging success. Building trust also relies upon the essential role of self. Trust isn’t just a word, it is a series of intentional actions, which, when woven together create the bridge from today into the future.
This is the second in a four-part series exploring "adaptive factors" of cross-sector alignment: power dynamics, community voices, trust, and equity.