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This online resource provides a brief overview of the importance of data use agreements and contrAct;s in obtaining and using administrative data, and it contains links to sector-specific resources and example agreements.
This online toolkit provides information on sharing behavioral health information under California and federal laws with the goal of assisting the integration of behavioral and physical health information for more comprehensive patient care.
This website contains information about federal statistical research data centers, including information about available government data and the processes for accessing that data for research.
This website provides information on state and federal laws pertaining to health information. It provides overviews of state and federal laws, analysis of important legal issues, and various legal resources.
This online resource provides information and resources relating to contracts and MOUs to facilitate care coordination between community-based primary and behavioral health care providers.
This resource provides information and guidance associated with research involving the genetic information of tribal communities and includes links to example data use contrAct;s with Tribal and American Indian/Alaskan Native organizations.
Sharing Data for Better Results: A Guide to Building Integrated Data Systems Compatible with Federal Privacy Laws
This toolkit provides guidance on federal data protection laws to government employees and elected officials to facilitate the integration of data systems and government services.
This resource provides guidance and links to other resources for researchers needing data sharing agreements to use military health information managed by the US Defense Health.
This resource provides a brief overview of New York's UI Data sharing Bill (S5773A). The resource describes the new uses for unemployment insurance data permitted under the bill under NYS Labor Law Labor Law 537.
This resource compiles the slides and recordings of an interdisciplinary workshop summarizing findings from a 5-year NSF Secure and Trustworthy Cyberspace Frontier Project.
This resource describes the process of entering a data license agreement to use HUD data for research purposes and provides links to the data license application and other resources.
This resource provides guidance, Resource links; training modules, and legal summaries relating to privacy and confidentiality in a variety of sectors.
This resource describes a process for negotiating data sharing agreements with local agencies with the goal of creating a neighborhood indicator system.
This joint guidance from the US Departments of Labor and Education discusses compliance issues associated with linked education data with unemployment compensation data and vocational rehabilitation data.
This resource outlines legal and policy considerations for creating an integrated data system. It provides guidance for negotiating and creating legal agreements to use data.
Data Sharing Road Map: Improving Student Outcomes through Partnerships between Public Housing Agencies and School Districts
This HUD resource provides guidance to assist public housing agencies collaborate and develop data-sharing partnerships with school districts.
Data-Sharing Tool Kit for Communities: How To Leverage Community Relationships While Protecting Student Privacy
This toolkit provides information and resources to help users better understand how to share data protected by FERPA.
This issue brief provides healthcare prAct;itioners and legal services providers with information on the legal issues associated with sharing data in medical-legal partnerships.
This toolkit provides guidance, resources, and tools to help users establish an EHR-based public health surveillance system.
This resource provides guidance on creating a population health business unit for an internal employee or member-based accountability program.
This toolkit outlines concepts and issues relating public health agencies' authority to collect, use, and share information for emergency preparedness and response.