AISP Network: Rhode Island Integrated Health and Human Services Data Ecosystem

About the Work

The Rhode Island Ecosystem is using integrated data to improve agency performance and operational analytics, quality improvement, and data-informed decision making among EOHHS and partner Rhode Island agencies. The Ecosystem, which was supported in its early stages by the AISP training and technical assistance Learning Community program, is comprised of an Executive Team of approximately eight personnel responsible for the leadership, management, and technical and operational oversight of the project. A cross-agency eMOU is in place which outlines the data sharing process and permissible uses for cross-agency data. Inquiry projects are prioritized through the governance process, and several high impact uses have been conducted, including projects focused on Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) and Child Maltreatment Prevention.

Most recently, the Ecosystem has been collaborating with partners in state government to support a public dashboard that tracks Rhode Island COVID-19 cases and response, as well internal daily dashboards for the Governor and other high-level policymakers on system capacity.

Rhode Island Integrated Health and Human Services Data Ecosystem is hosted by Executive Office of Health and Human Services.

Integrating data since: 2016

Jurisdiction: Rhode Island

Scale: state

Contact: Annice Correia Gabel, Acting Director of Data & Analytics
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About the Data

Data Included

Vital Records
Child Welfare
Early Childhood
Economic Security
Adult Justice

Current Data Uses

To inform policy
Program evaluation
Outcomes oriented/performance-based contracting
Contract management
Inform funding allocation/budget decisions
Grant reporting, planning, and development
Predictive analytics/forecasting

Relevant Policy Priorities

Child welfare
Early childhood education
Early childhood risk factors
Economic mobility/employment
Healthcare service use
K-12 education
Mental health
Social determinants of health
Substance use/opioid use
Two-generation programs

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