Upcoming Webcasts

  • On Demand Webcast: How the Cloud Can Power Health and Human Services Modernization

    Federal funding requirements and interagency objectives have propelled agencies to move forward with data sharing initiatives. Individual jurisdictional systems must be able to talk to one another, and ensure that data can easily move across these systems. Health IT solutions' are needed to streamline administration and reduce costs, to manage both care and care givers and support data sharing. For many states, the way forward is an incremental path of modernization. 01/31/2019

  • Going Paperless: How to Do It and What You Will Gain

    Paper-based processes consume time, and limited resources keep government agencies from fulfilling their missions of providing the best service to customers and constituents. Transitioning to digital can feel daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. Learn practical strategies to go paperless. 10/18/2018


  • Case Study – New York Uses Data to Transform Healthcare Delivery

    There are six million eligible Medicaid recipients in the state of New York — the second most of any state. The program is costing the state $18.2 billion in FY 2017, or 19 percent of its $96 billion operating fund. That expense is expected to increase by another $1 billion in FY 2018. These numbers mean that if New York can make Medicaid more efficient by even a fraction of a percent, it will positively impact other programs the state supports — not to mention its bottom line.

  • Gartner Market Guide for Identity Proofing and Corroboration

    According to the Gartner guide, “Security and risk management leaders must discard flawed legacy methods and embrace analytics that evaluate multiple positive and negative signals.” The guide sketches out how to do this and which vendors can help you.

  • Citizen-Centred Service Delivery

    Citizens requiring government services often don’t have the time or even the ability to go seeking out individual services from individual agencies. They’re often forced to fill out the same information on similar forms over and over again. The duplication across various levels of government organizations adds cost and complexity to the process, and often prevents citizens from getting what they need.

  • Digital Reinvention: Rethinking the Business of Government

    Digital reinvention also means that you can get started today, with smaller, manageable projects that will deliver results in a matter of months—not years. Digital reinvention mitigates risks through a series of iterations.IBM brings a new approach to transformation, with quicker ROI and lower risk,compared to traditional re-engineering.

  • Addressing Social Determinants and Their Impact on Healthcare