714. Using Research to Support QRIS Implementation

Date: Wednesday July 13, 2016
Time: 10:15 AM - 11:45 AM
Location: Grand Salon 15 (1st floor)
Speakers: Jennifer Cleveland, Child Trends
Rena Hallam, University of Delaware
Bentley Ponder, Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning

This session will highlight the different data sources, data collections strategies, and analyses that can be conducted to inform decision-making about QRIS implementation. Panelists will share findings from Delaware, Georgia and Minnesota and will address topics such as learning what motivates providers to join QRIS, understanding providers’ experiences in QRIS, and developing  technical assistance models and strategies that match the needs of QRIS participants. Many of the research strategies can be used with existing administrative data or low-cost data collection. Panelists will offer practical recommendations for how to engage in implementation research activities.  

Resources: application/pdf icon714UsingResearch.pdf