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The CIE Data Equity Framework

11.03.2021

Keywords: Community Information Exchange, Community Partnership, Data and Evaluation, Health Equity, Social Determinants of Health (SDoH), Workforce

This resource was co-authored by Rhea Boyd, MD, MPH, Pediatrician & Child, and Community Health Advocate, Palo Alto Medical Foundation, Karis Grounds, Vice President of Health & Community Impact, 211/CIE San Diego, Tanissha Harrell, Director of Partner Engagement, 211/CIE San Diego, Beth Johnson, Senior Consultant, Strategic Initiatives, 211/CIE San Diego, Roxanne Suarez, Director of Partner Integration, 211/CIE San Diego, Artrese Morrison, Bay Area Program Director, Health Leads and Artair Rogers, Program Director, Health Leads 

The challenges associated with confronting and eliminating structural racism are extensive and require intentional reflection and correction of the processes and systems that harm communities. The CIE Data Equity Framework, created in partnership with Dr. Rhea Boyd, 211/CIE San Diego and Health Leads, is an innovative framework that guides individuals and institutions towards building anti-racist systems that create more equitable and inclusive systems. The accompanying CIE Data Equity Framework: System Design Planning and Reflection Worksheet allows you to reflect on your institution’s current system, identify where your institution is in its journey to champion data equity and justice, and build a plan for action to work towards a liberatory model.

Download the CIE Data Equity Framework

Download the System Design Reflection and Planning Worksheet

Interested in learning more? Check out the accompanying two-part webinar series: Moving from Antiracism Intention to Action below for an in-depth overview of the CIE Data Equity Framework and to learn how the framework can be applied within your work.

Part One: Data Equity Framework: Designing Equitable and Inclusive Systems
The authors reviewed the CIE Data Equity Framework, highlighting the design and key drivers that can move institutions towards building anti-racist systems that empower communities. Attendees learned how this framework can be used to design data-sharing systems centered around the most impacted populations, such as CIEs.

Speakers:

  • Rhea Boyd, MD, MPH, Pediatrician & Child, and Community Health Advocate, Palo Alto Medical Foundation
  • Karis Grounds, Vice President of Health & Community Impact, 211/CIE San Diego
  • Tanissha Harrell, Director of Partner Engagement, 211/CIE San Diego
  • Beth Johnson, Senior Consultant, Strategic Initiatives, 211/CIE San Diego
  • Roxanne Suarez, Director of Partner Integration, 211/CIE San Diego
  • Artrese Morrison, Bay Area Program Director, Health Leads
  • Artair Rogers, Program Director, Health Leads

Download Part One Webinar Slides

Part Two: Data Equity Framework Reflection Worksheet: Applied in Action
Experts examined the application of the Data Equity Framework across different systems, including public health, social, philanthropy, and healthcare. Panelists and attendees discussed how organizations and individuals can apply this framework in action and reviewed design and driver elements that can move them towards an anti-racist system.

Speakers:

  • Tanissha Harrell, Director of Partner Engagement, 211/CIE San Diego
  • Artrese Morrison, Bay Area Program Director, Health Leads
  • Roxanne Suarez, Director of Partner Integration, 211/CIE San Diego

Download Part Two Webinar Slides

Tags: Community Partnerships, Community Partnerships & Engagements, Data & Evaluation, Health Equity, Workforce & Authentic Relationships

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