KPMG is pleased to be a Platinum Underwriter of the 2021 ISM Annual Conference. The conference, produced by the American Public Human Services Association (APHSA) for the Information Technology Solutions Management for Human Services (ISM) affinity group, brings together federal, state, local and private sector thought leaders to exchange thoughts on IT solutions and leading practices that enhance the delivery of health and human services.
Join our breakout session
Opening the digital front door for equity in health and human services
Tuesday, September 28th | 1:30 – 2:45 PM EDT | Room 206
COVID-19 exposed pre-existing conditions of health inequity within underserved communities in the US. This session will demonstrate how technology is being used to drive change necessary to address health equity. We will highlight how the Morehouse School of Medicine is attacking the virus through the National COVID-19 Resiliency Network, a digital front door for underserved communities to access COVID-19 related resources that are culturally and linguistically appropriate. We will then explore the post-pandemic application of the platform and how it can be used across the entire landscape of health and human services programs.
When history repeats itself, something different must be done. Perhaps the hope lies in our collective resolve and in something new–the technology to maybe do something about it.
- Dr. Dominic Mack, Director, National Center for Primary Care, Morehouse School of Medicine
- David Hansell, Commissioner, Administration for Children’s Services, City of New York
- Dr. Todd Ellis, Principal, Health and Government Solutions, KPMG LLP
- Carole Hussey, Director, Health and Government Solutions, KPMG LLP
Stop by the KPMG booth or demo room
Stop by booth 501 or our virtual booth to connect with our team. We’ll also be in room 212, providing demos of our innovative enablers, the KPMG Resource Integration Suite (KRIS) Connected Platform and KPMG Enterprise Reference Architecture (KERA), that help agencies achieve desired outcomes for their health and human services modernizations.
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