NIC Events

Jun 25-25 12:00PM

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

160+ Registered Join Let’s Get Technical Group Access the Webinar Video Recording and Slides   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 […]

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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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