I’m looking forward to sharing how customers like WMPC are gaining insights to better envision what tomorrow may hold for those whose lives they support every day.
INDIANAPOLIS (PRWEB) October 11, 2019
MindShare Technology Founder and CEO Greg Povolny will offer his insights on using big data to improve outcomes at the 2019 Alliance for Strong Families and Communities National Conference. The conference is at the Westin Indianapolis hotel in Indianapolis, IN with Povolny’s presentation on Wednesday, October 16, 2019 from 3:30 – 5:00 p.m.
Povolny’s presentation will provide real world examples of how to apply complex analytics with a focus on health and human services. He will present alongside Nate Roggenbaum, director of performance and quality improvement for the West Michigan Partnership for Children (WMPC). Povolny will discuss how MindShare has helped WMPC design innovative care delivery mechanisms and more cost effective approaches to reporting.
“As a data science and technology company we’ve seen success through our partnership with WMPC,” said Povolny. “Through MindShare’s technology and tools, social service agencies, educators, mental health providers and others in Kent County, Michigan can better navigate great volumes of data so the people they serve have a better chance of navigating life. I’m looking forward to sharing how customers like WMPC are gaining insights to better envision what tomorrow may hold for those whose lives they support every day.”
Povolny’s presentation is part of the conference’s CBO of the Future Technology Sessions taking place in Indianapolis. These sessions are intended to help organizations move boldly into understanding and applying next-generation technology.
The 2019 Alliance for Strong Families and Communities National Conference also will have presentations on topics including organizational excellence, health and well-being, educational success, economic opportunity and safety and resilience among others. Additionally, there will be several TED-Talk style presentations designed to inspire thoughts about the systems organizations use and how to drive change and community development.