I am pleased to announce the official launching of our brand new Community Data Roundtable website. The original website—which we maintained for about 3 years—was made in one sitting, by CDR co-founder Jesse Troy and myself. We made it more as a dream for what we thought CDR was going to become. As time moved […]
We are pleased and humbled to announce that CDR’s own founder and executive director Dan Warner has been honored with the Early Career Psychologist Award from the Pennsylvania Psychological Association (PPA). The recipients of this year’s PPA awards were celebrated Thursday, June 16th, at the Pennsylvania Psychological Association’s Annual Convention in Harrisburg.
The future of physician documentation is one the hottest topics not only in medical professions but in technology as well. Vivek Reddy, MD of the University of Pittsburg Medical Center spoke with Healthcare Informatics last month to discuss reforms to documentation and medical records. In this short interview, Dr. Reddy addressed the usefulness and accessibility of the medical […]
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Agency (SAMHSA) just released an excellent Technical Assistance Brief. It relies on the work of John Lyons, Senior Policy Fellow at Chapin Hall, and espouses a communimetric logic for outcomes management in community behavioral health. Check it out!
Daniel Warner, Ph.D. Founder and Executive Director of Community Data Roundtable I recently had the opportunity to read Ian Bogost’s excellent article titled The Cathedral of Computation. This article is relevant to the work that we do at CDR, since developing “Decision Support Algorithms” is a big part of the service CDR provides. Our algorithm […]