We provide a uniquely informed starting point for improving outcomes for children, families and communities by regularly convening thought leaders and distilling the latest
thinking about human service integration and interoperability.
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Human Services 2.0
Through innovative and customized consulting processes and hands-on training
workshops, we mesh consumer-centric insight with proven business and technology
practices to drive cross-program and cross-agency linkages among federal, state,
county and nonprofit organizations.
To support federal, state, and county leaders we research and collect
outstanding examples of innovative and emerging interoperability efforts
nationwide and make them readily available to the community.
Featured Video Of The Month
Building Health and Social Services Solutions in the Age of Google: Mikey Dickerson, Site Reliability Engineer and Umesh Vemuri, Head of Sales Engineering - Public Sector.
Author: Stewards of ChangeBy Derek Coursen, Adjunct Faculty, NYU Wagner School of Public Service Multiple levels of government and a myriad of nonprofit organizations offer an ever-changing array of specialized services to people who need them. But who directs traffic through all that complexity? MORE»
and Human Services Interoperability: From the 'State of the Art'
to the 'Art of the Possible'
Johns Hopkins University – June 4 – 6, 2014
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Change Institute, the California HealthCare Foundation, and the
Health Data Consortium held the first HHS Open DataFest
at the Sacramento Convention Center on January 21st and 22nd,
The Illinois Framework Project, with support from Stewards of Change Consulting, recently released
Establishing Governance for Health and Human Services Interoperability Initiatives, a handbook for states and local jurisdictions contemplating interoperability projects. Please visit the
Illinois Framework website to learn more about the Governance project
For leaders seeking new approaches and methodologies to move their organizations toward interoperable and integrated information resources, we are very pleased to offer HS 2.0: Getting Started on the Road to Interoperability.
SOC’s ongoing work on a proposed electronic health and human
services record was an outgrowth of the recent statewide
conference co-hosted by the California Judicial Council, Blue
Ribbon Commission on Children in Foster Care, California
Department of Health and Human Services and Stuart Foundation.
Distinguish between the myths and realities of
confidentiality and information-sharing rules, with insights
from this groundbreaking think tank.
Stewards of Change introduced Human Services 2.0 –
InterOptimability approach to the Administration for
Children and Families and provides ongoing implementation
The National Interoperability Community of Practice, hosted by Stewards of Change, is a collaborative site where colleagues across health, education and human services come together to create and support a national interoperability vision and strategy. We hope you’ll find it a useful and engaging tool.MORE »
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