Why can’t we stop using the Fax as the primary communication tool across the continuum of care and between settings? Ever stop and think how many people in your organization regularly send or receive Faxes?
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.
Alan Zablocki, data scientist and Ph.D. from the University of Chicago, has joined RedMane Technology. He will help RedMane clients improve outcomes and solve complex problems through technology.
RedMane was awarded a contract to provide and implement its mCase platform for the Virginia Department of Social Services’ (VDSS) Comprehensive Permanency Assessment and Safety System (COMPASS) program.
Abe Lee, a veteran social worker, business analyst and product manager, has joined RedMane Technology. Abe will help guide the direction of RedMane’s mCase platform, the modern case management system.
Digital transformation initiatives, ever rising ease of use expectations, and never-ending regulatory changes are increasing the pressure on IT organizations to design, develop, test, release, and maintain applications at a more rapid pace and with higher quality. Budgets remain tight. Software engineering talent is in short supply.
Indigenous communities were using outdated technology in providing child welfare and prevention services. They needed a modernized approach to handle their case management processes, enabling them to document assessments, family involvement and have access to critical reporting. Agencies also had the desire to have a paperless system.
As a path towards healing, First Nations Communities have demonstrated a deep desire to have control over their own child welfare systems and have their children supported and protected in their communities.