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  • Event Categories
    In Person, Virtual, Webcast | Webinar
  • Event Type
    In Person
  • Relevant Agencies
    Dept of Health & Human Services, Federal Government, National Institutes of Health, Other Federal Agencies, State & Local Government
  • Topics
    Emergency Management, Healthcare, Public Safety
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  • Est. Min. Exhibitor Cost
  • Est. Min. Attendee Cost $ 0.00


Traditionally, by the time a family becomes known to a child welfare agency, they are already in crisis. The Family First Prevention Services Act, was a good start in allowing funding for prevention services to be provided to a family in need, but it is not enough. Preventing crisis requires cross programmatic service delivery models that include a vast array of programs, providers and other community partners in health and human services. 


It is vital for HHS agencies and their partner organizations to work quickly on improving their data sharing and data integration strategies to better serve families in their homes and in their communities. By optimizing their use of data now, these agencies can respond to the needs of their constituents quickly and at scale, before crisis occurs.


Government Technology is hosting a special 30-minute webcast on the urgency of data sharing across health and human services programs. Join us October 20 at 1 pm EST/10 am PST for this discussion, where our panel of experts will discuss:

  • Overview of the national landscape of HHS and the challenges being faced
  • Real examples of how to leverage data across programs to better serve clients
  • Best practices for data sharing across traditional agency silos and with external partners
  • How agencies can turn data into insights for improving the experience and lives of people in the community they serve
  • Tech solutions that can solve these problems and provide value quickly

Who Attends

This is part of our COVID-19 series of webinars on the impact on federal government contracting. We had legal experts, public affairs specialist, banking and finance professionals and procurement gurus answer questions sent in from the public.

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