The recent events sponsored by New York State Success (NYSS) in partnership with the Managed Care Technical Assistance Center (MCTAC) and CCSI’s Center for Collaboration in Community Health, had the goal of providing expertise, case examples and tools to answer the following questions:
Why is data important?
How do I define the value and impact of my services?
What data should be collected and how do I start?
How can I improve my organization through the use of data?
What are best practices for cross-system collaboration and data sharing?
Additionally, the Trauma-Informed Care Organization Self-Assessment Tool (TIC OSAT), developed by Coordinated Care Services, Inc. and The Institute on Trauma and Trauma Informed Care at the University of Buffalo, was introduced.
All tools can be found at the NYSS website: Click here