IT Solutions Management for Human Services (ISM) is an association of Health and Human Services (HHS) information technology professionals representing federal, state, and local governments, from the U.S., its Territories, Canada, other countries, as well as the private sector. We promote solutions that support the mission and vision of HHS programs. ISM advocates on behalf of state and local Health and Human Services entities to federal agencies for improvements in policies, processes and procedures. We promote best practices in Information Technology by sharing innovative solutions, connecting IT professionals, and collaborating with our private sector partners.
This will serve as the official notice that the IT for Solutions for Human Services (ISM), an affiliate of the American Public Human Services Association (APHSA), will hold its annual business meeting on Wednesday, September 21 at 8:30 AM in Room 106BC at the Phoenix Convention Center.
In addition to the election of officers, the body will vote on bylaw changes. Click here to review the bylaws with changes. The 2017-2018 slate of officers presented by the Nominating Committee can be viewed here. Additional nominations, from the floor, shall include the professional affiliation (name of employer and job title), a brief description of the professional background of the nominee, and the number of years active in ISM.
While the meeting is open to all attendees, only state, local and federal agency members are eligible to participate in and vote on the business of the affiliate.
We look forward to seeing you in Phoenix.
For the ISM Executive Committee,
Director, Membership and Events
To access 2015 presentation materials from all conference sessions click here.
PRESENTATIONS FROM THE ISM 2014 CONFERENCE NOW POSTED! CLICK HERE
Sept., 3, 2014-National Collaborative for Integration of H/HS Webinar: Examining the Impact of Interoperability on Client, Organizational, and Population Health Outcomes AUDIO/SLIDES
This webinar highlights one county's approach using an Integrated Case Management solution, inclusive of both ROTI & SROI methodologies and an intensive teaming protocol, being implemented for Transitional Age Youth programs and Homeless Services.
Uma Ahluwalia, Director, Department of Health & Human Services, Montgomery County, MD
Lisa Cawley, Manager, Health & Human Services, Accenture
Jerry Friedman, Director of Strategic Initiatives, Accenture Human Services
Megan Lape, Program Manager, National Collaborative for Integration of H/HS, APHSA
Harold Lehman, MD, PhD, Professor and Interim Director, Division of Health Sciences Informatics, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine