Administrative Data in Health and Human Services

Administrative Data in Health and Human Services

This is the first of three conversations inspired by the Pew Charitable Trust’s report, How States Use Data to Inform Decisions. We speak with Dr. Bill Hazel, Virginia’s former Secretary of Health and Human Resources, and Tony Fung, Virginia’s former Deputy Secretary of Technology, to discuss their work as it relates to data, analytics, opioids, funding, and more.... Show More

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Join us for our final discussion inspired by the Pew Charitable Trust’s report, How States Use Data to Inform Decisions. This time we’re in conversation with Susan Smith, who has worked with the Connecticut Department of Children for almost 24 years and is currently serving as the agency’s Dire... Read more

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August 21, 2019 20 min

In the second of three conversations inspired by the Pew Charitable Trust’s report, How States Use Data to Inform Decisions, we discuss how Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago has developed a curriculum specifically focused on helping state H/HS agencies utilize data to improve service del... Read more

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Join us for the first of three conversations inspired by the Pew Charitable Trust’s report, How States Use Data to Inform Decisions. We speak with Dr. Bill Hazel, Virginia’s former Secretary of Health and Human Resources, and Tony Fung, Virginia’s former Deputy Secretary of Technology, to disc... Read more

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