The Ontario Office of the Chief Coroner (OCC) investigates untimely and tragic deaths to inform the betterment of health and safety of Ontarians as well as supporting the administration of justice. Data systematically collected though death investigations drive the decisions, and seize opportunities for innovation and growth to advance the health and safety of Ontarians. Death investigation data are used by governments, communities, researchers, prevention organizations, and the public to enhance public safety and inform injury and death prevention strategies. QuinC, the province wide case management system was implemented to support decision making based on a data driven approach to enhancing public safety. Please join this session for a look at this award-winning story of modernization. You’ll learn how the organization implemented a province wide, transformational, electronic, case management system and processes.