Tuesday Apr 27, 10:00 AM

111 Health Information Technology Supports Reentry Programs and Community Collaborations

Reentry programs require collaborations across systems including legal, correctional, and community health providers. Collecting, sharing, and reporting key outcome measures helped sustain and increase funding for evidence-informed interventions including a public health model for correctional health and transitional care coordination. This session will demonstrate how to adapt and implement these approaches by collecting key data and sharing information among stakeholders and using data to support the collaboration and continued funding.

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe the facilitators to creating community collaborations with stakeholders
  • Identify key considerations and measurable outcomes for reentry and continuity of care programs
  • Summarize methods and technology tools that produce actionable data

Level: Advanced

  • Alison O Jordan, MSW, LCSW


    ACOJA Consulting LLC

  • Jesse Thomas


    RDE Systems

  • Thomas Lincoln, MD, CCHP-P

    Medical Director

    Hampden County Correctional Center

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