At the end of our three-day symposium at Johns Hopkins University earlier this month, I asked the attendees to describe their experience in just one word. Here’s a representative sampling of what [...]
When designers and programmers have put their best thinking into creating an enterprise information system, their energies and mental focus are on the collection, storage, retrieval and [...]
Whatever you call it – a tipping point, a paradigm shift, an inflection point – we are on the verge of a fundamental shift in the way human services are designed, built and delivered across [...]
There are at least three reasons why the 90/10 Federal match will not be affected by the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision this week regarding the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act [...]
Our Job is to Help Children and Families: Why Should We Care about the National Information Exchange Model (NIEM)?
When I was an Assistant Commissioner for foster care for a large city in the United States, I spent my days primarily doing one of two things: 1) putting out fires; and 2) trying to change [...]
On a daily basis we see ads for new phones, new devices, new features, higher speeds, and greater reach with social networks. “4G vs 3G” and “There is an app for that” are just two of the [...]