AISP Network: Vermont Agency of Human Services Data Collaborative (ADC)

About the Work

Vermont has started the process of linking together Medicaid claims data with vital statistics and incarceration data. We continue to work to improve the linkage as well as look for opportunities to incorporate additional data.

Vermont is currently in the planning stages of an agency-wide data project looking at the people placed in hotels during the COVID-19 pandemic and how housing impacts various aspects of their lives.

Vermont’s Agency of Human Services is also in the process of developing it’s a standardized legal framework and process for data sharing within the agency with the hope of expending it statewide soon after that.

Vermont Agency of Human Services Data Collaborative (ADC) is hosted by Agency of Human Services/Department of Mental Health.

Integrating data since: 2018

Jurisdiction: Vermont

Scale: state

Contact: Karen Godnick Barber, General Counsel
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About the Data

Data Included

Vital Records
Health
Child Welfare
Justice
Economic Security
Homelessness/Housing
Federal

Current Data Uses

To inform policy
Program evaluation
Inform funding allocation/budget decisions
Grant reporting, planning, and development
Predictive analytics/forecasting

Relevant Policy Priorities

Adult justice
Aging population
Child welfare
Early childhood education
Early childhood risk factors
Economic mobility/employment
Healthcare service use
Homelessness
Housing
Juvenile justice
K-12 education
Mental health
Social determinants of health
Substance use/opioid use
Workforce training

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