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Using AI and data analytics to ensure every child’s unique needs are met in the foster care system

By Evelyn Ratnakumar

There are approximately 430,000 children in the US foster care system. That’s nearly half a million kids whose individual medical, emotional, and psychological needs,

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What is a Golden Record and why does it matter in welfare services?

By Vasanth Parthasarathy

What is the ultimate truth? That may be a deep question we should save for the philosophers, but as far as data is concerned, it is a single record of truth for an organization.

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From legacy systems to tech that speaks: how AI is transforming HHS

By Ritu Raj

The second part of our month-long series, Technology in HHS, looks at AI, the buzzword everywhere, but a technology that is making waves now in the Health and Human Services space as well. Read on to find out more.

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Finding a permanent home for every child in foster care

By Team Cardinality

Every child deserves a permanent home. This seems to be an intuitive belief, but according to the current federal numbers, there are around 420,000 children in the foster care system. As ambitious as this goal sounds, the data says it is possible.

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Blockchain in HHS: From mysterious origins to a powerful case management tool

By Ritu Raj

In this month-long series, titled Technology in HHS, we take a deep-dive into some important and innovative ways emerging technology can be harnessed in the Health and Human Services space.

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Why reinvent the wheel? Benefits of out-of-the-box software in HHS

By Vasanth Parthasarathy

A legitimate concern with out-of-the-box software is around “industry standards” or “templates,” and their inability to adequately address the needs of particular agencies. In the third blog in our Technology in HHS series,

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The importance of the Title IV-E Eligibility module in a child welfare system

By Vasanth Parthasarathy

Determining eligibility for Federal assistance in foster care is an important component of child welfare.

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