DATE: Tuesday, March 2nd
TIME: 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (Pacific)
Available to CPCA Members & Associates Only.
CPCA, Blue Shield of California and mySidewalk are excited to invite you the Neighborhood PRAPARE SDOH Learning Cohort, Tuesday, March 2nd 9am to 12pm. This cohort will discuss the supplemental resource guide to the Neighborhood Health Dashboard generator. This guide is intended to help providers and health care workers serving vulnerable populations in their local areas understand the Dashboard.
- What is it? An online tool that will advance public health services and increase transparency around community health and help address health disparities in California.
- Why was it created? The goal is to provide support to organizations and individuals such as community organizations, health advocates, hospitals, physicians, public health officials and policymakers to better understand the health of their neighborhoods and address the needs within their communities.
- Where does data come from? The uses data intelligence from dozens of sources to generate nearly 100 data indicators that capture a holistic view of a community’s health to help inform advocacy and action for improvement.
- Who can use it? The online tool is available free to the public. Care providers, Community Health Workers, physicians, CBOs, and public health are just some of the groups that can further their work using the dashboardsNHD.
- How does it work? Go to Neighborhood Health DashboardNHD and develop a dashboard to be shared with stakeholders based on California zip codes. It takes a few minutes to enter your personal information and zip code(s) to gather data for. You will receive a personalized, interactive, web-based dashboard with a unique URL/webpage, making sharing easy. Share, print, or export data from your customized dashboardNHD.
Dashboard NHD Key Components
If you have implemented The Protocol for Responding to and Assessing Patients’ Assets, Risks, and Experiences (PRAPARE) and identified social risks that are impacting your community you will be using SDOH data to assess your community, develop cross-sector partnerships, and engage in advocacy work. Below is a first look at the main sections of each Dashboard that will further your assessment of the community around your organization to understand what resources your organization has available to focus on identified needs, and in what context the resources are available (inside or outside of your organization).
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