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Driving Value & Meeting Demand:
Health & Human Services in a New Era of Government


Buffeted by the fast-moving and shifting storms of growing demand, increasing budget constraints and shrinking government?

Join the Center for Digital Government and Government Technology with guest host Max Chmura, whose ongoing work in Health & Human Services (HHS) across the nation and experience in New York State’s Office for People Who Have Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) will illustrate how HHS agencies can improve responses to the public’s expectations and save money in a shrinking economy.

During this complimentary webinar, we will discuss:

• How to respond to complex social needs and deliver services promptly and accurately
• Flexible approaches for addressing the unique challenges of HHS agencies
• Opportunities available to increase productivity and reduce risk while advancing your agency’s mission
• Evolving policy drivers within the Health and Human Services vertical

Speakers:

Max Chmura, Former Commissioner, New York State Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD)
John Leonard, State & Local Government Solutions Strategist, Microsoft
Joe Morris, Lead Analyst, Center for Digital Government

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Lee Vang
Registration Coordinator
Government Technology
800-940-6039 ext 1407
lvang@govtech.com


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