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Stewards of Change - Home CONTACT US Home Who We Are How We Got Started Our Vision Meet the Team Our Supporters What We Do Conferences Consulting Training NICOP/Learning Center How We Do It Human Services 2.0 InterOptimability Vision Mapping Clients & Projects Completed Projects Client List Learning Center Thought Leaders Perspectives Case Studies Blog The current browser does not support Web Pages that contain the IFRAME element. To use this Web Part, you must use a browser that supports this element, such as Internet Explorer version 5 or later. Prepare your workforce for the revolutionary changes happening in health and human services today. Experience the new InterOptimability Training and Certification Program. ITCC offers executives, program managers, supervisors and case workers comprehensive training and an accredited certification. It is designed to teach you how to bridge program silos, expedite information-sharing, and manage effective organizational change. ITCC will be delivered via a state-of-the-art, online and self-paced learning system. Please take a look and sign-up to learn more. SOC Institute: Voices of Social Determinants of Health and Wellness Watch national leaders discuss why Social Determinants of Health are so critical now for achieving better health and wellness. Speakers include Jessica Kahn, CMS; Nick Macchione, San Diego County; Maria Cancian, ACF; Dr. Bill Hazel, Virginia, Dr. Nirav Shah, Kaiser, and others. Our 11th National Symposium, the Opioid Epidemic . . . and an Opportunity for Progress Author: Daniel Stein, Stewards of Change One of the big lessons learned in the aftermath of 9/11 was that the agencies, departments and even individual officials of government couldn’t operate optimally because, in simple terms, they were working in silos and therefore weren’t able to communicate with each other. In a commendable response to that reality, politicians mainly put aside their partisan differences and established the national Information Sharing Environment in order to enhance our national security. Today, as many of us wonder whether interoperability and information-sharing can really be achieved in the world of health and human services (as well as in other realms), ISE stands as concrete proof of what’s possible when a consensus develops that achieving a specific objective is important enough. Read more ? SOC Institute’s 11th Annual National Symposium The 11th annual SOCI National Symposium, Interoperability in Action: What’s Working Now – and How We Can Shape the Future, was held in collaboration with Johns Hopkins University’s Bloomberg School of Public Health and School of Medicine on June 13-14, 2016. Nearly 150 government, private sector, and non-profit leaders joined us at JHU. Click below to learn about the Symposium objectives and access the program. More online resources will be posted soon! READ MORE ? Governance for Interoperability Initiatives Stewards of Change Consulting provides services that support increased integration and information-sharing at all levels of government. For states and local jurisdictions contemplating interoperability projects, more information on those services is available in this brief guide. Click “Read More” to learn about recent SOCC governance projects in Illinois, New York State, and in partnership with the National League of Cities. READ MORE ? California HHS Open DataFest 2016 Stewards of Change Institute – in partnership with the California Health & Human Services Agency – was extremely proud to host two exciting HHS Open DataFest events for 2016! Learn more about the Bay Area Regional ODF and the California Statewide events. READ MORE ? 10th Annual Stewards of Change Symposium Stewards of Change recently held its 10th Annual Symposium Harnessing the Power of Information Interoperability and Social Determinants to Advance Health and Wellness Integration at Johns Hopkins. Materials such as session slides, video and graphics are now posted and linked on the #SOCI15 web page. Also, please view our preview video and all session videos on the SOCI Youtube channel. READ MORE ? Elementary, My Dear Watson. Cognitive Computing Could Help to Improve Child Welfare! Author: Daniel Stein Stewards of Change Institute is proud to announce the publication of our latest White Paper, titled “Improving Processes and Practices in Child Welfare: Is Cognitive Computing Part of the Solution?” It is the result of extensive research, including a broad literature review and a series of roundtables around the U.S. with over 50 leaders and experts in the field. Its principal intent is to generate greater awareness about cognitive computing, so that child welfare officials can make better-informed decisions as they consider upgrading, modernizing or replacing their current information technology systems. The full paper is available to read or download here. Cognitive computing already is transforming many industries, such as finance, travel, manufacturing, driverless vehicles and consumer products – and it is being successfully implemented in healthcare as well. Based on our research for this White Paper, which was underwritten by IBM, it seems clear that cognitive tools could also meaningfully improve operations and outcomes in child welfare and, more broadly, across the HHS ecosystem. For more information about applying cognitive computing in your organization, please contact Daniel Stein of Stewards of Change. Read more ? Copyright ? 2012 Stewards of Change. All Rights Reserved. Whois

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