Improving Data, Improving Outcomes - September 8 - 10, 2014 - JW Marriott Hotel, New Orleans, LA

DaSy Framework - Sustainability

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Monday, September 8

4:00 PM - 5:15 PM

Concurrent Breakout Sessions: Round 2

Collecting and Reporting Accurate Data: Three States Discuss Their Strategies for Advancing Data Quality

Room: Orleans

Session ID: S07

Presenters:
  • Shiyloh Duncan-Becerril (CA Part B Data Manager);
  • Bonnie Dye (GA Part B Data Manager);
  • Nick Easter (KY Part B Data Manager)
Framework:
  • DaSy Framework - Data Governance & Management;
  • DaSy Framework - Sustainability;
  • DaSy Framework - System Design and Development

Data quality is a key concern for all data managers. Data managers need strategies that will develop, promote and sustain data quality. Three data managers will discuss their unique challenges and the techniques they have employed to advance quality data in their state. This session will provide an overview of a variety of targeted technical assistance practices and reporting processes that build data capacity at the LEA and SEA level.

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Tuesday, September 9

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Concurrent Breakout Sessions: Round 5

Including IFSPs and IEPs in Web-based Data Systems: Key Considerations and Lessons Learned

Room: Orleans

Session ID: S38

Presenters:
  • Bob Morris (WA Part C Data Manager);
  • Dee Gethmann (IA 619 Coordinator);
  • Meghan Wolfe (IA Dept. of Public Health);
  • Brian Morrison (MD Part C Coordinator);
  • Pam Miller (MD Quality Assurance Specialist)
Facilitator: Kathy Gillaspy (DaSy, ECTA)
Framework:
  • DaSy Framework - Sustainability;
  • DaSy Framework - System Design and Development;
  • ECTA Framework - Accountability & Quality Improvement

Is your state considering including your IFSP or IEP into a web-based data system? In this session, three states will share their experiences developing and maintaining a web-based data system that includes their state IFSP and/or IEP. In addition to hearing about challenges, successes, resources, and lessons learned from the work, you will have an opportunity to ask presenters about their work and the strategies they used to support successful use of a web-based IFSP or IEP.

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