Ask the Expert Webinar Series

Creative Methodologies for Vulnerable Populations

On-Demand • Cost: Complimentary

About the webinar

Data integration across departments is valuable and doable to facilitate population-level trends, needs, outcomes, and even care coordination.

Collaboration across specialties is critical for analytics to best serve vulnerable populations, and you need experts who understand this context as part of your analytics team.

This webinar will provide practical examples of how to integrate data and ask new questions to gain better insight into the needs of vulnerable populations living in rural areas, improving their access to services and outcomes.

You will learn:

  • How data sharing for analytics purposes can also empower care coordination.
  • Why advanced analytics is a must-have to serve vulnerable populations in rural communities.
  • Examples of how to use data for good to improve services and demonstrate impact.

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About the Experts

Todd Chamberlain
Principal Public Safety Industry Consultant, SAS

Todd is a proven and dedicated leader and servant with extensive experience in the design and oversight of various organizations focused on the security and protection of people, business and community assets. He is an experienced law enforcement executive with a demonstrated history of working in the government administration industry. Todd is skilled in law enforcement, community policing and partnerships, constitutional policing and organizational legitimacy, emergency management, technology-driven crime reduction, extensive critical incident management and protective services with a master’s degree focused on organizational leadership.

Josh Morgan
National Director of Behavioral Health and Whole Person Care, SAS

Josh Morgan, PsyD, helps health and human services agencies use data and analytics to support a person-centered approach to improving health outcomes. A licensed psychologist, Morgan provides teletherapy through Marvin Behavioral Health; was previously San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health’s Chief of Behavioral Health Informatics; is a member of the Board of Directors of Mental Health Services, a large nonprofit community behavioral health provider in California; and is on the Advisory Board of the University of North Carolina's Center for Excellence in Community Mental Health. His clinical work includes adolescent self-injury, partial hospitalization, and intensive outpatient programs, psychiatric inpatient units and university counseling centers. Morgan earned his Bachelor of Arts in religious studies from the University of California, Berkeley, and a PsyD (Doctor of Psychology) in clinical psychology with an emphasis in family psychology from Azusa Pacific University. He is also trained in dialectical behavior therapy.