Corrections-to-Health, Improving Inmate Healthcare Data Exchange [SPONSORED]
A need clearly exists for the corrections and healthcare communities to share healthcare data. A challenge many corrections officials face concerns providing adequate healthcare to inmates. This challenge is exacerbated by difficulties in collecting health-related information from inmates and sharing that data with the corrections system. Also lacking is the data sharing between corrections entities and the healthcare community.
In this panel discussion featuring experts from Mission Critical Partners, including subject-matter experts Dave Usery and Todd Crandell, we explore the following:
- Why the ability to share timely and accurate inmate health-related data is vitally important
- Solutions to bridge the corrections and healthcare/public health domain
- The benefits of implementation
- How to begin a corrections-to-health initiative and funding options
Todd Crandell is a business development manager for Mission Critical Partners. Todd is an experienced business development manager specializing in civil and criminal justice technology solutions for public safety, investigation, corrections and monitoring. He develops strong customer relationships by offering ideal solutions to meet their vision, budget and needs. His strong focus on customer interaction, interpersonal skills, and executive-level acumen gives him the ability to step into a situation, quickly understand the issues, and chart a winning formula.
Dave Usery is the vice president and director of Data Integration Services for Mission Critical Partners. Dave is a thirty-year criminal justice industry veteran with extensive experience working in public, private and non-profit organizations. Dave has led projects that range from business and exchange planning to statewide implementation of exchanges in the justice system using service-oriented architecture (SOA) related technologies. He has extensive knowledge of justice business requirements, and information exchange standards, including NIEM Information Exchange Package Documentation (IEPD) and Global service specifications. His work in standards has earned him a national reputation as a justice technology specialist.