BISMARCK — North Dakota’s services for individuals with disabilities are being evaluated.
New developments on the National Core Indicators (NCI) will be shared at an event hosted by the North Dakota Health and Human Services (HHS). .
The virtual event, which is free and open to the public, will take place on January 4, 2023 from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm. More information about the conference is available online at hhs.nd.gov/news/publicnotice.
According to HHS, the NCI is used to measure the performance and results of state service delivery systems that serve seniors, adults with disabilities, and individuals with developmental disabilities.
Also in January, North Dakota will utilize its Contractor Knowledge Service to gather information about the results and experiences of individuals receiving services through both in-person and mail-in surveys.
In addition, NCI data helps us track individual satisfaction with services, guide decision-making, track performance over time, compare results across states, and improve system performance.