CQL | The Council on Quality and Leadership

Webinar: Introducing PORTAL - CQL's New Data System

PORTAL is the new online data system from CQL | The Council on Quality and Leadership. It provides human service organizations and state agencies with reporting, tracking, analysis and logging of personal outcomes and supports for people receiving services.

In this webinar, we'll share the enhanced benefits of the system, along with the new features involving data entry, analytics dashboards and data exports. Attendees will experience a walk-through of PORTAL, view its streamlined functionality, and understand how it supports quality monitoring and enhancement.





You Will Learn About:

  • Overview of PORTAL: The CQL Data System
  • New features and functionality
  • Enhanced reporting capabilities
  • Connection to quality monitoring and enhancement
  • Walk-through of the new system
  • Demonstration of data entry, dashboards, reporting, etc.



Carli Friedman is the Director of Technical Assistance and Data Analysis for CQL | The Council on Quality and Leadership. In this role, Carli oversees all Personal Outcome Measures® data analysis, as well as the research projects executed by CQL, along with providing consultation to organizations about the impact of their programs.

Prior to joining CQL, Carli worked at the Department of Disability and Human Development at the University of Illinois at Chicago, including the Institute on Disability and Human Development, for over 6 years. Her research centered on meaningful community participation and empowerment of people with disabilities. While at the Department of Disability and Human Development, Carli participated in a wide variety of research projects, including State of the States in Developmental Disabilities, where she examined funding and community access needs of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Carli holds a Doctorate in Disability Studies (University of Illinois at Chicago), a Master’s in Disability and Human Development (University of Illinois at Chicago), and a Bachelor’s in Psychology (University of Delaware). She is the author of over 75 journal articles, book chapters, research briefs, and reports, focusing on the integration of people with disabilities, modern disability prejudice, self-advocacy and Medicaid HCBS waivers.



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