NIC Events

Jun 25-25 12:00PM

A Webinar in the NIC of Time: Administrative Data as a Strategic Asset

Lead Presenter: Amber Ivey, Manager, Civil Legal System Modernization, The Pew Charitable Trusts The Data as a Strategic Asset project at The Pew Charitable Trusts was created to understand how state governments are using administrative data and how they might use it more effectively to determine which policies to enact and what public problems to address. As state […]

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Mar 08-08 01:00PM

Getting Upstream of the Opioid Crisis: The Critical Role of Prevention

1:00 – 2:30 PM ET Via Webinar and Conference Call Access (Registrants-Only)   About the Webinar: Join the Opioid GroupAccess the Webinar Recording and Slides   Our next Deeper Dive webinar will focus on the critical importance of “getting upstream” to more-effectively combat the most-devastating public health crisis in modern U.S. history. The presentations by […]

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Nov 26-28

NIC New England Fall Symposium 2018: Moving Upstream to Improve Health and Well-Being

The National Interoperability Collaborative (NIC) held a unique, highly interactive symposium on Nov. 26-28, 2018, in Avon, CT. The invitation-only event provided a singular opportunity for participants to focus on concrete, actionable ways in which information-sharing, integration, interoperability and cross-systems approaches can – and do – enhance the delivery and effectiveness of health and human services for people of all ages, especially the least-served and most-vulnerable among us.

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Oct 12-12 12:00PM

NIC's Deeper Dive Webinar Series: Knowledge from the North – What Canada Can Teach US about the Social Determinants

Access the Webinar Audio, Slides and Related Resources: »» NEW Webinar PowerPoint »» NEW Webinar podcast »» Webinar SDOH research report »» More resources About the Webinar: A comprehensive new report examines a broad range of evidence and issues relating to health care in Canada, with insights and recommendations on reforms designed to bring that country’s health-related systems into the 21st Century. […]

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