UNDATED – On March 24 -25, Data Day returns virtually. The event, hosted by the Management Performance Hub (MPH), is free and open to the public and is an annual showcase of partners and collaborative efforts to improve outcomes for Hoosiers through the use of data.
For the fourth annual Data Day, officials are taking the event virtual over two mornings.
The opening day will cover how State of Indiana agencies and key trusted partners came together in 2020 to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. You’ll hear from State Health Commissioner Dr. Kristina Box and be able to participate in the live panel discussion about the COVID-19 pandemic response in Indiana.
Day two of Data Day will focus on Next Level Recovery and the more than 10 agencies that work together to address the opioid epidemic. That will be followed by more information on how agencies and external partners are collaborating to create clear pathways between education and the workforce.
Check out the schedule below.
There is still time to register, so officials can send you the live event links for both days. Officials will also be posting the live event links to the Data Day Page on the MPH website on Monday, March 22.
This event will be hosted as a Microsoft Teams Live Event.