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Tuesday, March 19 • 10:45am - 11:45am
Track 3: PLENARY - Community Engagement: Improving Outcomes through Advancing Person Centered Data Design

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Presenters will introduce leading state and local community engagement projects and how interoperability and patient-centered data design are helping care teams better serve communities with complex social, economic and clinical needs. Federal representatives will provide a national perspective on the LTSS, HCBS space, updates on important standards development work, technical assistance resources and consensus building on quality measures. The session will also highlight the opportunity for vendor engagement in a growing but relatively immature HIT segment with huge potential for social impact.

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Shawn Terrell

Administration for Community Living, HHS
I have been working in the long term services and supports (LTSS) arena for 18 years. I am a Health Insurance Specialist at the Administration for Community Living, where my primary focus is on developing person-centered planning capacity and quality measurement and improvement in... Read More →

Minakshi Tikoo

Director of Business Intelligence & Shared Analytics, Connecticut Department of Social Services
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Abigail Fallen

Senior Program Manager, HIE & Data Security, Camden Coalition of Providers
Abigail serves as the Associate Director of Compliance and Operations for the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers. For the past 6 years she has been responsible for overseeing the Coalition's regional Health Information Exchange (HIE).  Abigail is responsible for the governance... Read More →

Arun Nararajan

Senior Policy Analyst, ONC/HHS
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Liz Palena-Hall

Long-Term and Post-Acute Care Coordinator, ONC/HHS
Liz Palena Hall is the Long-Term and Post-Acute Care (LTPAC) Coordinator in the Office of Policy atthe Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC). In this role, Liz isleading efforts to advance health IT adoption and interoperability across the care... Read More →

Tuesday March 19, 2019 10:45am - 11:45am PDT
Key Ballroom 10 (2nd Floor)