AISP Network: North Carolina Health and Human Services Whole Person Health

About the Work

NC DHHS is developing the infrastructure, both technical and organizational, to enable data integration among the Department’s many Divisions for the services they provide to the people of North Carolina. This effort aims to facilitate a 360-degree view of NC residents, enabling more effective outreach for service offerings as well as the ability to evaluate policy and program effectiveness. The initiative is executed in close partnership with the state’s Health Information Exchange (NCHealthConnex) and NC’s Government Data Analytics Center within the state’s Department of Information Technology.

North Carolina Health and Human Services Whole Person Health is hosted by NC DHHS.

Integrating data since: 2019

Jurisdiction: North Carolina

Scale: state

Contact: Hayley Young
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About the Data

Data Included

Child Welfare, Juvenile Justice Placement, and/or Adult Protection
Early Childhood
Homelessness & Housing
Other State or Local Data Sources

Current Data Uses

To inform policy
Program evaluation
Inform funding allocation/budget decisions
Data driven decision making

Relevant Policy Priorities

Child welfare
Early childhood risk factors
Mental health
Social determinants of health

Information and Resources

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