Agencies across the Atlanta area are discussing how to begin the much needed systems change this last year has laid bare and some have already begun. One common thread to these important conversations is how to coordinate service delivery to both invert the burden away from those seeking assistance and to reduce the growing data entry and administrative tasks that occupy increasing percentages of staff time.
Luckily there are a number of cities and communities that have been working in this direction and have both successes and mistakes Atlanta can build on. For example, Nashville, TN, has been doing impactful work to develop a coordinated service access and delivery system through the United Way of Greater Nashville and the Family Collective.
In Atlanta, there are multiple technologies and platforms already deployed in metro Atlanta and still more being discussed. There’s no doubt technology has to be part of the solution, but consideration should be given toward how technologies can connect with one another rather bring in yet another new system.
Karen Beavor, President & CEO of Georgia Center for Nonprofits, Kathryn Lawler, Executive Director of Atlanta Regional Collaborative for Health Improvement, and Karen Cramer, Chief Community Impact Officer of TechBridge will join MAX to lead a conversation on “Improving Care Coordination in Atlanta.”
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