DSHS Integrated Client Databases

Mar 2020 |
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Washington State’s Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) maintains integrated longitudinal client databases containing more than two decades of detailed service risks, history, costs, and outcomes. Known as the Integrated Client Databases, the information it contains supports cost-benefit and cost offset analyses, program evaluations, operational program decisions, geographical analyses and timely in-depth research. The data systems span three state agencies (DSHS, Health Care Authority, and Department of Children, Youth and Family Services). Data features and capability are identified on this one-page handout. 

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