The Health and Human Services system is constantly evolving to deliver better outcomes for citizens across the United States. Recently, new regulation surrounding the Comprehensive Child Welfare Information System (CCWIS) has defined new standards for child welfare agencies and their data. While it is not yet mandatory for all agencies to adhere to these standards, many agencies are opting in to reap the benefits of better data, along with federal funding for complying.
Is the emergence of CCWIS just the beginning of regulation and available funding that will set higher standards for quality data within the Health and Human Services (HHS) sector? Read this white paper to learn:
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