Health

Ohio (DOP)

Data Ohio harnesses the power of secure enterprise data sharing to enable state agencies to become more effective and efficient – moving from concepts to results through data-driven decision making. The DataOhio Portal (DOP) offers data management, data integration, and applied analytics, providing partners with flexible self-service capabilities to support innovative solutions to the complex …

Ohio (DOP) Read More »

Kentucky (KYSTATS)

The Kentucky Center for Statistics (KYSTATS) collects and links data to evaluate efforts across sectors in the Commonwealth. KYSTATS is responsible for developing, maintaining, and utilizing Kentucky’s longitudinal data system and the Labor Market Information Office. KYSTATS is legislatively authorized to collect and link data from birth through the workforce in order to evaluate education, …

Kentucky (KYSTATS) Read More »

Camden County, NJ

Camden ARISE (Administrative Records Integration for Service Excellence) combines information from public data systems to create a multi-dimensional picture of citywide challenges. By linking information from multiple data systems, including criminal justice, healthcare, and housing, Camden ARISE can help drive better decisions about allocation of resources and address the root causes of recurring public problems. …

Camden County, NJ Read More »

Vermont

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 …

Vermont Read More »

North Carolina

The mission of NC ECIDS is to create a high quality, comprehensive, integrated early childhood data system for North Carolina to inform policies and practices that produce better outcomes for children and families. NC ECIDS integrates data from subsidized child care, NC Pre-K, Food and Nutrition Services, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, IDEA Part C, …

North Carolina Read More »

Delaware

In 2017, with support from the AISP Learning Community initiative, key members of Governor John Carney’s Family Services Cabinet Council (FSCC) began collaborating to develop the Delaware Integrated Data System (DIDS) to jointly use information from multiple agencies that provide services to Delaware’s families. The primary goal of the DIDS is to link disparate data …

Delaware Read More »

Indiana

The Indiana Management Performance Hub (MPH) provides analytics solutions tailored to address complex management and policy questions, enabling improved outcomes for Hoosiers. The office serves as a data resource for partners throughout state government looking to leverage data in innovative ways and make data-driven decisions. MPH also provides robust open data for external stakeholders and …

Indiana Read More »

Ohio (OLDA)

The Ohio Education Research Center (OERC) connects research, education, and policy in Ohio. The OERC is a core member of Ohio Analytics, an administrative data partnership that supports education and workforce research priorities of Ohio’s public agencies and centralizes state administrative data into a single data repository, the Ohio Longitudinal Data Archive (OLDA). The Ohio …

Ohio (OLDA) Read More »

Wisconsin

Wisconsin’s Administrative Data Core was developed by the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Institute for Research on Poverty (IRP), evolving from a series of large-scale evaluation projects conducted for the state starting in the 1980s. This extensive IDS, which now includes data from multiple agencies, (e.g., child welfare, health services, corrections) allows for cross-program comparisons and analysis …

Wisconsin Read More »

Rhode Island

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 …

Rhode Island Read More »

Oregon

Oregon’s Integrated Client Services (ICS) was established in 2005 and is a shared service between the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) and Department of Human Services (DHS). ICS maintains a dynamic and longitudinal client index across multiple Oregon agencies and programs such as Medicaid, SNAP, Behavioral Health, Vital Statistics, Education, Corrections, and others. These partnerships and …

Oregon Read More »

Massachusetts

Beginning in 2017, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts brought together key staff from each Secretariat in state government to solve shared challenges and fully leverage data as a strategic asset. Since then, the XOC Data Sharing Workgroup has collaboratively developed a standard approach to data sharing to be used by all agencies. This standard approach includes …

Massachusetts Read More »

King County, WA

King County, Washington, home to Seattle and several other large cities and rural areas, has created an integrated data hub for health and human services that supports cross-departmental client-level reporting and analysis. Since 2017, the team has developed a robust identity matching and mapping process, using Informatica tools, for three core health and homelessness data …

King County, WA Read More »

Iowa

This state-university partnership supports Iowa’s investments in more effective and efficient coordinated systems of care for young children and their families. Building from a legislative mandate through Early Childhood Iowa that commissioned state departments toward collaboration, I2D2 brings together leadership from the Departments of Management, Public Health, Human Services, Education, Human Rights, Economic Development, and …

Iowa Read More »

Colorado

LINC is designed to support timely and cost-efficient research, evaluation, and analytics using integrated data from state agency, local government, and non-profit data partners. LINC is a federated model where the data providers retain control over their data, and data are only transferred to the linking hub for approved projects. The data integration and anonymization …

Colorado Read More »