Systems Integration Prototyping Project
From November 2019 through February 2020, twenty-nine multi-disciplinary teams learned and then used human-centered design to develop, test and iterate prototypes of new service delivery workflows. The solutions created span across the education, health care and human services sectors, and showcase ways to work across and within each sector more collaboratively to drive better results for individuals and families. Each teams’ goal was to address challenges identified within our community, and design solutions that are desirable, viable, and feasible. To see the great work the teams completed, check out our Poster Presentation Gallery
. We look forward to working with these prototyped ideas to create a new, integrated service delivery model.
Systems Integration Project - Data Ecosystem
The SIP is currently evaluating proposals from qualified software and systems integration vendors and will select partners to design develop and implement an integrated Data Ecosystem that enables coordination and collaboration across the health, human services and education sectors.
Check back here for updates on our Phase 1 implementation which is focused on designing, developing and testing a 360-degree view of a person dashboard (and supporting infrastructure) by March 31, 2021.
The linked business requirements document
and use cases
describe our Phase 1 scope in greater detail.
Systems Integration Summit 10.21.2020: Recap
The SIP Staff hosted a virtual summit for all who currently work on the project to come learn more about systems change in action and our collective work ahead. The summit also offered two Key Note speakers: Aqua Porter and Dr. Anthony Suchman. All summit materials can be found here: PowerPoint Presentation
and Video Recording
There were a few questions asked throughout the course of the event please see the answers below:
Q: How many vendor proposals are being evaluated?
A: The RFP was posted to the SIP website and emailed to 100 organizations including 18 that responded to last year’s Request for Information (RFI) and 36 organizations identified through the NYS MWBE Directory. From these outreach efforts, we received 21 proposals to evaluate.
Q: What is/was the closed loop referral technology platform being used?
A: Currently leveraging United Us through outside groups licensing
Q: Is there a summary of the impact of the Emergency Food Delivery Pilot?
A: Please view the linked summary of the Emergency Food Delivery Pilot Report
Q: There has been mention of Behavioral Health and Education. Will there be pilots that focus on these areas? If so, is it known which area of systems integration will be the focus (intake, consent, navigation, etc.)?
A: The conversations to scope and plan a Children’s Behavioral Health pilot focused on suicide prevention are happening now. More information to follow regarding which parts of the integrated system will be scoped into the pilot.