Thank you for your interest in the Community Data Roundtables!
The quarterly Community Data Roundtables highlight innovative data work in community data, with a focus on behavioral health outcomes, child welfare, and juvenile justice. We highlight analytic approaches, software, and quality processes that optimize insights for action at the community level, advancing health, equity and justice. Participants in the Roundtable include administrators, data wonks and technical people, and anyone interested in learning what is most cutting edge in community-focused data across the globe.
Each session is focused on one or two topics presented by different experts and practitioners in the field. The spirit of the group is one of openness and sharing. This is not a place where people need to share finished work that is ready for publication, or to go live in some system. Instead, it is a place where people are invited to be creative, share open questions, and get feedback on hunches and ideas.
To support a community of professionals and scholars doing innovative work in community data, with a focus on behavioral health outcomes, child welfare, and juvenile justice. This is an opportunity to:
- See & share
- Identify best practices for data management
- Learn about technology options for warehousing, analytics, ETL, data entry, etc.
- Discuss emergent issues in communimetric data
- Collaborate on communimetric data problems
Dan Warner, Ph.D., Executive Director of Community Data Roundtable
2020 Schedule (2020 Communimetrics Data Group Flyer)
All quarterly meetings are held 12:00pm – 1:00pm ET.
- Thursday, January 23, 2020 (special time at 3:00pm ET!)
- Thursday, April 23, 2020
- Thursday, July 23, 2020
- Thursday, October 22, 2020
July 23rd Meeting Topic/Presenter:
Guest Presenter: Kate Cordell, Ph.D. Behavioral HealthServices Data Scientist and Researcher, and Managing Director at the MentalHealth Data Alliance
For anyone looking to see some of the most advanced use of CANS, ANSA or FAST data, I highly recommend attending this quarter’sRoundtable, where Kate Cordell will show some of the projects she has been working on.
One of the really interesting things about Dr. Cordell’s work, is that it is based on previous research she has done on CANS risk pathways. Using a machine learning model, she identified pathways of risk that different client profiles can go through. Cordell draws on this research in her dashboard, using it to alert clinicians to potential risks, as well as to plan interventions.
It should be a fascinating presentation, and we hope to see you there!
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