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MPH Data Day 5 | April 26, 2022

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Data Day 2022 is in the books!

The Indiana Management Performance Hub hosted Data Day 5 on April 26, 2022 at the Indiana Government Center. We were excited to return Data Day to an in-person event this year, while also offering a livestream of the day’s event.

Data Day celebrates MPH’s collaborative and innovative approach to fostering a culture of collaboration and data-driven decision making between state agencies and key trusted partners. Join the celebration and learn more about how data continues to play an increasingly important role in state government.

Data Day 5 April 26, 2022

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Miss a segment from Data Day 5? Click the links below to watch a segment.

10 a.m. Data Day Five is Live! Opening Remarks
Josh Martin
Indiana Chief Data Officer and MPH Executive Director

Video message from Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb 
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10:10 a.m. Keynote Speaker
Karrah Herring
Indiana Chief Equity, Inclusion and Opportunity Officer
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10:30 a.m. Keynote Presentation
Key Highlights of the Equity Data Portal
Indiana's Office of the Chief Equity, Inclusion & Opportunity Officer
Anthony Phillips II, Deputy Chief and Executive Director of External Equity
Josie Fasoldt, Chief Data and Strategy Officer
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11 a.m.

Indiana Influenza Dashboard
Lajari Alandkar, PhD
Data Scientist, Office of Data & Analytics
Indiana Department of Health 

Layne Mounsey, MPH
Infectious Disease Epidemiologist & Influenza Coordinator, Epidemiology Resource Center
Indiana Department of Health

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11:15 a.m.

Indiana Professional Licensing Agency Statewide Integration Project
Kara Slusser
Director of INSPECT
Indiana Professional Licensing Agency

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11:30 a.m. Guest Speaker: Doug Huntsinger
Executive Director for Drug Prevention, Treatment and Enforcement and Chairman of the Indiana Commission to Combat Drug Abuse
Next Level Recovery
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11:35 a.m.

Investigating the relationship between law enforcement opioid seizure operations and drug overdoses using time-space clustering
An overview of analysis conducted of drug seizures and drug overdoses in Marion County.
Meredith Canada
Public Health Analyst
CDC Foundation and Indiana High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas (HIDTA)

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11:50 a.m.

Guest Speaker: Dr. Katie Jenner
Indiana Secretary of Education

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11:55 a.m.

Education & Workforce Development Presentation: Post Graduation Median Wages for High School Graduates Dashboard (DOE) & CTE Employer Connect Tool
Tyler Brown
Senior Director of Engagement and Analytics
Indiana Management Performance Hub

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12:10 p.m. Closing Remarks
Josh Martin, Indiana MPH
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Thanks to these state agencies and organizations for attending Data Day 5!

  • Indiana Criminal Justice Institute

    CJI’s Research Division serves a vital role in effectively managing, planning, creating and informing policy and practice at the state and local levels.  CJI will showcase data visualizations from ICJI’s evaluation of Indiana’s Criminal Code Reform, which includes data from courts, jails and IDOC. ICJI will also highlight the Death in Custody Reporting Act Data, detailing deaths of individuals while in the custody of prison, jail or law enforcement.

    Website: www.in.gov/cji.

  • Indiana Family and Social Services Administration

    FSSA plans to discuss several projects currently underway and managed by FSSA's Data and Analytics Team.

    Website: www.in.gov/fssa

  • Wilson Sheehan Lab for Economic Opportunities

    The Wilson Sheehan Lab for Economic Opportunities (LEO) is a research center established in 2012 in the Economics Department at the University of Notre Dame. Through rigorous impact evaluations, LEO aims to identify the effective, innovative, and scalable programs and policies that reduce poverty and improve lives in the U.S.  Findings from LEO evaluations support both on-the-ground practitioners and policymakers in making informed program, policy, and funding decisions.

    Website: https://leo.nd.edu/

  • Center for Research on Inclusion and Social Policy

    The Center for Research on Inclusion and Social Policy will display the results of their program evaluation work and exploratory research in the local Indianapolis nonprofit community, including projects with Indianapolis Public Schools, the 2020 and 2021 Point-in-Time counts, and public policy brief.

    Website: https://policyinstitute.iu.edu/about/crisp.html

  • Indiana Department of Correction

    Indiana Department of Correction uses data to increase public safety and well being with tools focusing on preparing incarcerated individuals to return to the work force with the greatest chance of success, as well as tools that monitor behaviors to predict offenders likely to cause harm to themselves or others.

    Website: www.in.gov/idoc

  • Indiana Department of Child Services

    DCS has been working towards increasing data literacy and making data-driven decisions through regular trainings, such as Tableau trainings and Office Hours sessions, and interaction with our internal users. DCS has also been pushing continuous improvement and Lean processes, which as a result lead to our team building a Huddle Board for internal users to monitor their Managing for Daily Improvement (MDI) goals. This Huddle Board tracks some important data points from a different perspective than how they normally are tracked, such as not only our timeliness by month, but if we are meeting our annual goal of timeliness for a specific metric overall for the state all the way down to county or supervisor level. The huddle board (with dummy data) will be displayed on the monitor at the booth.

    Website: www.in.gov/dcs

  • Indiana Department of Health

    The Indiana Department of Health booth will feature our new flu surveillance dashboard along with two recent data-driven projects: the first explores opioid vulnerability in Indiana communities and the second examines associations between tobacco use and adverse childhood experiences.

    Website: www.in.gov/health

  • Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles

    The BMV will provide a summary of its data governance policy, as well as highlight 3 of its existing dashboards. The dashboards include Operational Metrics, Express Credentials, and Real ID. We will also talk about a new data exchange dashboard the agency is building and highlight planned modernization including migrating to the cloud.

    Website: www.in.gov/bmv

  • Indiana Department of Education

    We would be featuring the following projects at our table:
    Digital Readiness Dashboard
    ESSER GEER Dashboard
    Indiana High School Graduate Employment Outcomes

    We will also be featuring some of our internal dashboards such as the POMO dashboard and the attendance dashboard.

    Website: www.in.gov/doe

  • Indiana Commission on Higher Education

    Details coming soon.

  • Indiana Chapter of HIMSS (Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society)

    We will talk about our openness to collaboration and our commitment to helping our membership consisting of 1200 health and information technology workers and their care-providing organizations reimagine and implement technology solutions that improve care available to Hoosiers. We will offer two "techie" Give-Aways.

  • Indiana State Personnel Department

    INSPD will be presenting on the State of Indiana Pulse Survey results for 2022. This year we used the Gallup Q12 questions on top of demographic questions to gather a greater understanding of the experiences of our state employees.

    Website: www.in.gov/spd

  • Indiana Department of Workforce Development

    DWD will be covering the Jobs Openings and Labor Turnover Survey - Experimental State Estimate Tableau Dashboard.

    Website: www.in.gov/dwd

  • Indiana Geographic Information Office

    Details coming soon.

  • Indiana Office of the Chief Equity, Inclusion and Opportunity Officer

    The Indiana Office of the Chief Equity, Inclusion and Opportunity Officer (CEEIO) will host a booth from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. Stop by to learn more from our keynote presenters from the CEEIO Office to learn more about the Equity Data Portal and other initiatives.

    Website: www.in.gov/equity

  • Management Performance Hub

    Stop by our host booth to learn more about MPH and visit with representatives from our Data Science and Business Intelligence teams. We'll showcase some of the work MPH has been doing since the last Data Day. Also sign up for a chance to win some cool prizes from Tableau at Data Day!

  • Tableau

    Thanks to our Data Day 5 sponsor Tableau. Stop by the Tableau and MPH booths for a chance to win some cool Tableau prizes. Also learn more about the visualization tool and the upcoming Tableau Conference in Las Vegas!

  • Indiana Department of Veterans Affairs

    Detailed publications and information about State of Indiana and Federal veterans benefits and services. expertise in benefits on hand for consultation. Information on IDVA's date collection and digital communication efforts.

Data Day 2021 available on MPH YouTube Channel

Earlier this year, MPH hosted a two-day, virtual Data Day. The free event was open to the public and is now available to re-watch on the MPH YouTube channel. The two videos are embedded below so you can watch on the site or head off to YouTube to watch too. This was the fourth annual Data Day which showcases of our partners and the collaborative efforts to improve outcomes for Hoosiers through the use of data.

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