The Richmond innovative anti-violence program, powered by RedMane’s mCase case management system, now has scientific backing to show it saves lives.
Doug Morsbach, a child welfare client executive, has joined to RedMane Technology. He will help RedMane clients modernize their systems so child welfare professionals can better serve children and families.
The public sector cloud wave – including for hosting IBM’s Cúram solutions (also called Watson Health) – is taking place because it offers significant cost and operational advantages over traditional models. Cloud, at the most basic level, is the on-demand use of third-party remote computing resources, such as servers and storage.
Sue Desilets, a veteran social worker and business analyst, has joined RedMane Technology. She will help RedMane clients transform their human services operations and modernize their technology to better strengthen families and protect children.
RedMane Technology LLC, a Chicago-based software solutions and systems integration firm, was awarded a contract to assist in the design, evaluation, selection and implementation of a big data analytics platform for Texas-based New Braunfels Utilities.
Analytics offer the promise of improved business results through data. By accessing data from internal sources – and often enriching it with data from external sources – then applying algorithms and statistical methods, business insights come to light. Done right, the insights are presented through a user-friendly interface with the ability to drill down and perform “what if” analysis to encourage further mining and exploration.
RedMane Technology was awarded a contract to provide application maintenance and technology services for Missouri’s Medicaid Eligibility Determination and Enrollment System (MEDES).
RedMane Technology Wins Contract for a Human Services Case Management Solution for Longmont, Colorado
RedMane was awarded a contract to provide and implement its mCase platform for the City of Longmont, Colorado’s Senior Services and Children, Youth and Family departments.
We asked clients how they knew they needed a new case management system. The common answer, regardless of the functional area, was the existing system doesn’t meet our needs. When we asked clients for more specificity, they shared that they experience shortcomings in one or more of the following case management areas: usability, reporting, and capability.
The simplicity, popularity, and capability of mobile devices make them the perfect tool for human service agencies to help improve outcomes. Smartphones and tablets in the hands of clients and agency fieldworkers are game changers.