Maximum Interoperability: Imports, Exports, APIs and other Superheroes

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Your information about community services is valuable. Shared with others, it is exponentially more so. Indeed, now we expect data will flow frictionlessly between an ever-expanding network of agencies and organizations. This workshop will be an intensive primer on all methods of data exchange, key standards to understand, how to talk to partners about their data exchange needs, and how not to be taken for a ride.

Objectives:

  • Understand when imports, exports, APIs, and other forms of connectivity are appropriate to different use cases and expectations.
  • Be able to describe 5 key data standards and how they are used, and why each can be good or bad for your organization.
  • Learn the 7 key questions to ask as you begin a data exchange discussion so you can scope, price, and deliver results--instead of living with never ending headaches.
  • Learn about the costs that go into data exchange, and how to price the value of your information, as part of expanding exchanges of which you are a part.
  • Take away a number of documents and a slide deck to use this to inform their own work, and to share with colleagues not at the conference.

Dr. W. Douglas Zimmerman

VisionLink, Boulder, Colorado


Dr. W. Douglas Zimmerman is the President and CEO of Visionlink, one of the leading providers of community services, disaster relief, and data exchange solutions. His staff deploy systems that move 100's of millions of pieces of data every week, between different systems, using different standards, different technology, and different security standards. Zimmerman is most passionate about building systems of systems, and when done well, helping leaders and stakeholders create interoperable networks of data flows that reduce workloads, and leverage better outcomes. Zimmerman hails from Colorado, loves the mountains and skiing, and is happy his two kids are finally out of college!

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05/14/2021 at 12:30 PM (EDT)   |  60 minutes
05/14/2021 at 12:30 PM (EDT)   |  60 minutes Your information about community services is valuable. Shared with others, it is exponentially more so. Indeed, now we expect data will flow frictionlessly between an ever-expanding network of agencies and organizations. This workshop will be an intensive primer on all methods of data exchange, key standards to understand, how to talk to partners about their data exchange needs, and how not to be taken for a ride.
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10 Questions  |  3 attempts  |  8/10 points to pass You will need to take this quiz to get a certificate to show not only attendance but basic engagement with the content. You can review the answers after the first try and see what you got right and what you got wrong and then fix the answers for a second try. The quizzes were written by the presenters. If you need help understanding how to interpret a quiz, there is a video on the the FAQ page on the main AIRS Learn site and also on the videos page of the conference site.
Certificate of Completion
1.00 Hour(s) of Professional Development credit  |  Certificate available
1.00 Hour(s) of Professional Development credit  |  Certificate available