Thank you to the participants, presenters, and sponsors who made the 12th National Symposium a big success. We are pleased to share the resources below and encourage you to share them with your network so we can continue to expand understanding of - and advance progress toward - integration and interoperability in health and human services.
1. SOCI 12th National Symposium Program
The #SOCI2017 program is available here for review and download.
2. SOCI 12th National Symposium Session Video
3. Symposium Presenter Slide Decks
Linked below, please find presenter slides from both days of the 12th National Symposium.
Welcome and Purpose - Daniel Stein, SOCI
Introducing the National Interoperability Collaborative (NIC) - Daniel Stein, SOCI and Margo Edmunds, AcademyHealth
A Closer Look at the HIMSS-SOCI Guidance Document and Action Plan - Thomas Leary, HIMSS, and Juli Baker, Adam Pertman, SOCI
Applying A.I. To Address Critical Social Challenges - Mary Sara Jones, IBM, Vernon Brown, Aspiranet, Tony Capizzi, Montgomery County, OH, and Greg Hager, JHU
Silicon Valley Regional Data Trust: A Unique Three County Data-Sharing Initiative - Richard Gold, SOCI, Marcy Lauck, Silicon Valley Regional Data Trust, and Laura Garnette, Santa Clara County Chief Probation Officer
4. Symposium Graphic Murals
The murals that capture discussion notes and key findings from the Symposium sessions are posted here for review. Many thanks to our excellent graphic artist Hannah Sanford!
Click to access the Graphic Mural file (PDF).
5. 12th National Symposium Journey Map (Updated 6/27)
SOCI's graphic artist has created this Journey Map that captures and reports observations and stories from #SOCI2017
6. Press Release Announcing the National Interoperability Collaborative (NIC) Launch
Click to view the full press release announcing the launch of the SOCI and AcademyHealth National Interoperability Collaborative, funded by a grant from the Kresge Foundation
7. National Interoperability Collaborative (NIC) Overview
This document provides a description of the National Interoperability Collaborative and its proposed activities which was included in discussions throughout the Symposium.