In Part 3 of our interview series on COVID-19 response with state HHS leaders, we asked how organizations might learn and improve how they delivered services, despite going far beyond their daily responsibilities under extreme conditions.
State HHS leaders across the nation have struggled to deal with the unexpected demands of COVID-19; civil servants have gone far beyond their daily responsibilities to serve people during such challenging times. Highlighting some success stories, HSITAG presents this short video series to focus on what worked.
HSITAG is excited to present this short video featuring HHS leaders from Rhode Island, West Virginia, and Virginia talking about their agency’s response to COVID-19 and how technology played a significant role in meeting the challenges brought on by the pandemic.
The Human Services IT Advisory Group (HSITAG) has a proud history of giving back to the community and supporting worthy causes, such as helping those in need and bringing more diversity to the technology industry.
As COVID-19 raged, state and local governments enacted “shelter at home” orders, but what did this mean for the homeless? A look at how one state responded with an innovative rapid emergency response and how data analysis and trends collected from this initiative could benefit other states and local communities interested in exploring a similar model.
For the month of November, HSITAG is launching a charitable campaign to give back to the community. Please join us, help promote the campaign on social media using the #HSITAGgivesback hashtag and rise to the giving challenge in November!
The Human Services IT Advisory Group (HSITAG) has formed as a new independent nonprofit trade association to facilitate growth and new opportunities for its member companies. Click the link below to read more.
It is clear that government agencies continue to adapt to new ways of working during the COVID-19 pandemic. This blog spotlights the creative and diligent work that child welfare agencies are doing to support older youth. The HSITAG FFPSA committee interviewed representatives from Georgia, Nebraska, Idaho, Iowa and Minnesota child welfare agencies to find out what they’ve been doing to engage and care for these young people. Click on the link below to read more.