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At the 5th Annual Meeting, APHSA launched the National Collaborative for Integration of Health & Human services (National Collaborative) aimed to expand upon NWI's efforts to transform the nation's health and human services system. The NC focused on elements of successful integration efforts as well as real-world examples of horizontal integration impacting population health and well-being.
Day 1 - April 16, 2015
Anita Light, Director, National Collaborative
Megan Lape, National Collaborative & Chair, H/HS Integration Maturity Model Task Force *Also see the NC H/HS Integration Maturity Model v2
Allison Davis, NJ DHS, Co-Chair, Analytics Committee
Brian Howells, PCG, Co-Chair, Workforce Committee
Ron Smith, Director of Legislative Affairs, APHSA
Rick Friedman, H/HS Consultant, APHSA
From the Client's Perspective: Examples of Horizontal Integration
Successful Partnerships: Lessons Learned from States/Locals
Anita Friedman, Deputy Director, Department of Human Services, Arlington County, Virginia and Jeanne Booth, Economic Independence Division Chief, Department of Human Services, Arlington County, Virginia
Day 2 - April 17, 2015
How is Data Sharing Enabling Integrated Service Delivery and Successful Partnerships?
Examples from the Field: Moving Up the Curve
(Also see www.upstreaminvestments.org)
At the 2014 Annual Convening, NWI focused on the challenges being faced based on the national and state/local findings from the 2013 H/HS Integration Self-Assessment and how jurisidctions were addressing them as they transform their health and human service agencies.
Necessity of Business Process Reengineering in Transformation
Opportunities for Service Delivery Integration
Workforce in an Integrated Environment
Last Updated: 11/21/2017