Webinar

Familiar Faces Initiative Data-Sharing Technology for Behavioral Health and Justice Learning Series: IBM

Dec. 8, 2022 , 2:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Contact Nina Ward (202) 942-4256
Contact Alana Hurley (202) 350-2296
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    Familiar Faces Initiative Data-Sharing Technology for Behavioral Health and Justice Learning Series: IBM

    Join NACo and the Familiar Faces Initiative (FFI) for a series of webinars highlighting new technologies that share and integrate data across local behavioral health, health and justice systems. Cross-system data-sharing enables jurisdictions to identify their familiar faces—residents who are cycling through jail, emergency departments, homeless shelters or other crisis services at a high frequency—and better coordinate care to improve outcomes for the highest-needs residents.

    Government agencies are hindered by more than just a lack of resources: legacy systems and agency silos impede information sharing and coordinating services between departments. When an individual needs government service, going to one program or service office usually doesn't address all their needs. Join IBM for an overview of their cross-system data integration platform, Connected Compassion, to learn how governments can bring human touch and technology together to move the needle for positive constituent impact.

    In this series, NACo partners will: 

    • provide a short demonstration of their platform, 
    • outline its capabilities and potential outcomes,  
    • share an example of a county they’ve worked with and  
    • host a question-and-answer session with attendees.  

    County officials and leaders are encouraged to join and learn about available technologies to assist in sharing data and coordinating care across systems.  

    If you have any questions, please contact Lhegazy@naco.org

    Join NACo and the Familiar Faces Initiative (FFI) for a series of webinars highlighting new technologies that share and integrate data across local behavioral health, health and j
    2022-12-08
    Webinar
    2022-12-05

Join NACo and the Familiar Faces Initiative (FFI) for a series of webinars highlighting new technologies that share and integrate data across local behavioral health, health and justice systems. Cross-system data-sharing enables jurisdictions to identify their familiar faces—residents who are cycling through jail, emergency departments, homeless shelters or other crisis services at a high frequency—and better coordinate care to improve outcomes for the highest-needs residents.

Government agencies are hindered by more than just a lack of resources: legacy systems and agency silos impede information sharing and coordinating services between departments. When an individual needs government service, going to one program or service office usually doesn't address all their needs. Join IBM for an overview of their cross-system data integration platform, Connected Compassion, to learn how governments can bring human touch and technology together to move the needle for positive constituent impact.

In this series, NACo partners will: 

  • provide a short demonstration of their platform, 
  • outline its capabilities and potential outcomes,  
  • share an example of a county they’ve worked with and  
  • host a question-and-answer session with attendees.  

County officials and leaders are encouraged to join and learn about available technologies to assist in sharing data and coordinating care across systems.  

If you have any questions, please contact Lhegazy@naco.org

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    The Stepping Up Initiative

    In May 2015, NACo and partners at the CSG Justice Center and APA Foundation launched Stepping Up: A National Initiative to Reduce the Number of People with Mental Illnesses in Jails.
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    All matters pertaining to telecommunications and technology policy, including, but not limited to, the county role as a telecommunications regulator, service provider, and consumer, cable services technology and implementation, information technology development and implementation, information technology innovation, e-governance, and geo-spatial data collection and utilization.
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