Tech Solutions for Pressing Human Services Problems

Posted April 7, 2011, By the Annie E. Casey Foundation

The Symposium on the Future of Child Welfare, with its theme of “Game Changing Innovations for State Administrators,” opened with three sets of remarks from Casey Foundation leaders that addressed how technology can help with the most important problems faced by human service systems. The speeches served as a kick off to Case Commons, the Foundation's independent technology startup that is looking to bring web 2.0 functionality to the case management and information systems used by the public services sector. The remarks were delivered by Michael L. Eskew, board chair of the Casey Foundation and former chairman and chief executive officer, UPS; Patrick T. McCarthy, president and CEO of Casey; and Douglas W. Nelson, former president and CEO of Casey.

View the transcript of Eskew's remarks

View the transcript of McCarthy's remarks

View the transcript of Nelson's remarks

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