Actionable Intelligence: Using Integrated Data Systems to by John Fantuzzo, Dennis P. Culhane

By John Fantuzzo, Dennis P. Culhane

Multifaceted social difficulties like catastrophe reduction, homelessness, wellbeing and fitness care, and educational success gaps can't be accurately addressed with remoted and disconnected public provider companies. The Actionable Intelligence for Social coverage version addresses the constraints to standard methods to American public management.

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Specifically, an IDS serves as the following collaborative foci of the primary contributors: (1) identifying problems and setting priorities, (2) understanding the factors influencing the problem and policy formation, and (3) implementing and evaluating interventions to improve the professional response to the problem in the community. We take up each of these foci in the following sections. 20 O Fantuzzo, Culhane, Rouse, and Henderson Identifying Problems and Setting Priorities This charge is primarily the responsibility of the executive leadership.

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