What small change could have a major impact on the way you do your job? It could be something as simple as not having to use the printer again.
That’s what happened in a midwest state. Duet, a part of the Eastern Nebraska Human Services Agency, is focused on supporting people that experience an intellectual or developmental disability in all aspects of their life. Their mission is to support people while they develop goals and aspirations, unite them with their community, and empower them to get out and do all they can to reach their goals together.
But they had a problem familiar to many in government: outdated, paper-based systems that meant they struggled with multiple silos that had people duplicating work. They lacked any kind of efficiency that would get the real data information to the people that needed it.
They needed a more streamlined and digital approach.
Join us online on Thursday, Nov. 4 from 2-2:45 p.m. ET/11-11:45 a.m. PT to hear how the Duet program is providing better care by going paperless.
- Sarah Graham, Deputy Director, DUET, Eastern Nebraska, Regional Agency on Human Services
- Larry Fitch, Principal Value Manager, Workday
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