Community Data Roundtable (CDR) is a nonprofit organization supporting data-driven decision making in the public behavioral and mental health system. We are dedicated to the development and implementation of evidence-based systems that empower the entire system to provide the highest quality of care.
CDR’s collaborative model is what makes us innovative: we work with states, counties, regions, managed care entities, and private agencies to develop collaborative outcomes monitoring and performance management systems that are useful at all levels of practice. In addition, we regularly bring together stakeholders to share and analyze data in order to improve key processes and to make sure that our work is useful to families, front-line staff, supervisors, and administrators.
Our key services include the development of decision support algorithms and the implementation of outcomes monitoring systems that improve clinical outcomes for children and youth with serious emotional disturbance and ASD who are involved in the community behavioral health system. We are currently working on a multi-county (23) outcomes project in the state of Pennsylvania.
CDR was the winner of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Voices of Quality Video Contest – 2014.
Community Data Roundtable is a recognized 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with a mission: bringing together stakeholders from the behavioral and mental health systems to implement a collaboratively beneficial outcomes monitoring system. We were established in 2013 as a response to the efforts among private, public, and nonprofit entities to collect outcomes data for children’s behavioral health services. Recognizing the difficulties for any single entity to address this problem on its own, as each is limited in resources and expertise, Community Data Roundtable was born – forming synergies that save money and time and bring in expertise as necessary to each group’s endeavors, benefiting the community as a whole.
We work to bring together stakeholders from the behavioral & mental health system to implement a collaboratively beneficial outcomes monitoring system.
A world where the system of care accounts for each individual’s unique needs and ensures efficiency for the system at large.
- Data-Driven Decision Making
- Evidence-Based Care
- Individualized Care
- Economic & Clinical Efficiency