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Wednesday, March 20 • 11:30am - 12:30pm
Track 3: Advancing Analytic Capacity in H/HS in Pursuit of Outcomes

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The nation’s federal, state, and local Health and Human Services (H/HS) systems are the cornerstone to building a strong, dynamic, and healthy nation. Many H/HS system leaders are readily adopting new, effective, and responsive services that are outcome-focused, and that identify and address root causes of challenges with the assistance of new services and capabilities built on analytical insights. These leaders are evolving their organization from a traditional model based on regulatory compliance and programmatic outputs, to a model that works seamlessly across sectors and engages families and whole communities in addressing the multi-dimensional socioeconomic issues that its families face. Critical to moving toward this model is a strong foundation of a health and human services organization that views data and data systems as fundamental along with the related workforce capacity comprised of personnel who are skilled in driving decisions based on analytics.

To that end, the American Public Human Services Association (APHSA), Optum, The Lewin Group and Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago sponsored a two-and-a-half day symposium for sixty-one state and local health and human services (H/HS) thought leaders from eighteen states on July 20–22, 2018.

This session will feature state participants of our symposium who will present a range of findings and results they’ve advanced coming out of that event. The topics will explore current practices and operations taking place in the H/HS system as well as approaches and challenges to building analytic capacity and culture within their own agencies.

Moderators
avatar for Christina Becker

Christina Becker

APHSA
Christina works on one of APHSA’s Collaborative Centers, the National Collaborative for Integration of Health & Human Services. The National Collaborative is composed of state, community, industry, and other partner members, who are focused on horizontal integration work between... Read More →
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Scott Dunn

Director, Health & Human Services Solutions, Optum
Scott Dunn is Director, Health and Human Services Programs at Optum.  He provides domain expertise and policy guidance in the health and human services practice to the data integration and analytics, integrated eligibility and business intelligence initiatives of Optum Government... Read More →

Speakers
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Deanne Wertin

Deputy Agency Information Officer, Health and Human Services Agency for State of California
Deanne Wertin has twenty-five years of experience working within and across federal, state and local, and not-for-profit organizations focused on the design and development of IT solutions that facilitate data sharing, analytics, and use to improve outcomes.  After starting her career... Read More →
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Jared Linder

CIO, Indiana Family and Social Services Administration
Mr. Linder is the Chief Information Officer for the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration. He has previously served the state as the Chief Technology Officer and Medicaid HIT Coordinator, and has led efforts for MMIS system replacement, enterprise architecture, MITA, systems... Read More →


Wednesday March 20, 2019 11:30am - 12:30pm
Key Ballroom 10 (2nd Floor)

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