Healthy People 2030 - Partnering on the Social Determinants of Health - Shared screen with speaker view
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So happy to see you Mayra. Your work is very important for the community.
Alexandra De Kesel Lofthus
Well said Alicia!
Please see below for some resources that might be of interest:Registration for access to the archive is below: https://healthequitysummit.com/registration/.Bringing Light & Heat: A Health Equity Guide For Healthcare Transformation And Accountability: https://healthleadsusa.org/communications-center/past-events/bringing-light-heat-a-health-equity-guide-for-healthcare-transformation-and-accountability/.https://ktn-uk.org/programme/women-in-innovation/ might be of interest.
Thank you for the important conversation on information sharing - when we democratize data, it gives opportunity. I hope you can partner with a local/regional health information exchange to support you. At the Nebraska Healthcare Collaborative, we do this to support CBOs. Check us out as an example: https://cynchealth.org/about/nebraska-healthcare-collaborative/
most if not all local health departments receive funding to administer federal funded programs, many of them have already have health equity embedded in its program content, orientation and model etc. Some of them have even anchored upon SDOH framework, such as SNAP-Ed, Black Infant Health etc. How does LHD leverage or work with these health equity funded programs already in your department in your endeavor to address health equity, SDOH etc
Thank you very much Fui and Joy for sharing!
Part of including communities is bring funding to the communities and empowering CBOs apply to grants with health dept support - letting them be the leads on the grants. Do you have any advice to strengthen this aspect?
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The theme seems to be that real quality improvement requires genuine humility because accountability can be misinterpreted.
What amazing work - you nailed it, Phyusin and team!
Wonderful work Phyusin! I admire how you've operationalized your communitywide efforts!
Peter can you repeat the framing of this question?
Yuriko de la Cruz
This is a phenomenal conversation! Kudos to each of the panelists. I will have to catch the rest of the recording since I need to hop on another call. Thanks!
Loved: the theme seems to be that real quality improvement requires genuine humility. Clear communication, empathy, project management and data analysis seem to be foundational as well.
Current Question: How have you applied, or can you apply, the Healthy People 2030 SDoH framework and related objectives to inform your SDoH work. Prompt: As applied to CHA/CHIP, strategic planning, project-level efforts, etc.
Can someone speak to the work they are doing around health literacy?
Well said, Jennifer!
In relation to data: https://3dcommission.health/
What a great presentation and lessons learned for improvements in the community. The themes on relationship building, local health departments empowering community partners, relations should not be only financial but organic, allowing residents to be engaged in their health care outcomes, and the respect being demonstrated among presenters are excellent.
@Fui - very cool - how does this dovetail with the work of the Gravity Project?
Thank you for providing all of this information and website links in the chat!
Wonderful work you all are doing. I have to go but I have really been blown away by things said and things done. Thank you all.
@Joy - The Commissioners give great insights into the use of data and how to use it effectively as an evidence base to inform policy. As well as, how to look out for and identify poor quality data.
@Fui - thank you! It's a great report. I will share with Gravity Project
There may be ways in which the insights can support their work.
Phyusin Myint, Washington County
In Nebraska, the state legislator just voted to make data sharing mandatory with the health information exchange. We are also working on this for SDOH data. Happy to share what we are learning. :-)
Sounds like your actions build trust and that's the root of so much hesitance.
On building trust: https://www.aamc.org/trustworthiness
We were going to share that our Health literacy project is very focused on SDoH in connection to COVID-19 and the disparities we see. Challenges to health literacy regarding sharing information for the purpose of COVID-19 prevention (e.g., vaccination) and mitigation (e.g., staying at home when sick) include social determinants of health (e.g., lack of economic support), historical mistrust and recent undesirable lived experiences with healthcare providers, methods of communication, scheduling systems, and availability of information.
Thank you! This was wonderful information
Thank you all for your time today.