We are interested in better understanding the process for data sharing and use.
As part of your partnership River Region Human Services are there systematic efforts to share data and/or track common indicators and outcomes?
- What kinds of data are shared and how frequently?
- How regularly do program staff members communicate about data issues and/or findings?
- Do these efforts require ongoing cooperation? For what purpose [PROBES: to prevent duplication efforts and ensure data quality among agencies]?
- In your efforts to share data with River Region Human Services, have you developed shared goals and/or protocols?
- To facilitate data partnerships, have you made changes in the way the program collects, uses, and shares data?
Now, I would like to talk about the ways that the Part A program/City of Jacksonville makes use of client-level program data.
How does the Part A program/the City of Jacksonville use client-level demographic, service use, and/or outcome data in service planning, program monitoring, evaluation, or quality improvement? Please explain and provide examples.
- Client Characteristics. Age, gender, race/ethnicity, other demographics, chronic homelessness, prior living situations.
- Client Service Needs. Basic income needs, housing, employment, food, mental health, substance use, access to insurance and to a primary care provider.
- Housing Service Utilization and Outcomes. Avoidance of homelessness, use of transitional housing, housing stability and permanency.
- HIV Medical Care Utilization and Outcomes. Health insurance status, designated primary care provider, ongoing engagement in care, ART medication adherence, suppression of viral load.