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Using an Internet-Based Data System to Promote Systems Change. Changing the way Services are Provided, Resources are Utilized, Outcomes are Evaluated, and Funding is Channeled. Direct, On-Site Data Entry Easy Access and Use Across a Variety of Computer Systems

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Using an Internet-Based Data System to Promote Systems Change

Changing the way Services are Provided,

Resources are Utilized,

Outcomes are Evaluated, and

Funding is Channeled


  • Direct, On-Site Data Entry

  • Easy Access and Use Across a Variety of Computer Systems

  • A Care Planning Module Focused on Client Needs, Strength and Outcomes

  • A Highly Secure Database

  • Tracking Client Information as they Move Through the System

  • Over One Hundred “Real Time” Reports

CareManager


What Do I Need toRun CareManager?

Internet Service Provider

Internet Browser

Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 or higher, with 128-bit encryption

Software

Windows95 or newer

Hardware

Sufficient to support IE 5.X


Family-Centered, Community-Based Care

Integrated and Flexible Funding Strategies

Focused Outcomes Measurement for CQI


Collecting demographic, financial & referral information


Tracking placements, review dates, and rates


Child & Family Team

Reinforcing Family, Community, System and Provider Involvement


Documenting child, family, system & provider team members


Strength-Based Assessment

Promoting Positive Outcomes by using Child & Family Strengths to meet Needs


Recording family vision, cultural information & the family’s short-term expectations


Capturing child/family strengths & needs


Prioritizing Strengths & Needs: Identifying key strategies


Integrated Plan of Care

Fostering the Value of an Individualized, Integrated Plan of Care


Plan of Care – Family: Using family strengths to meet needswhen addressing strategies


Plan of Care – System (education, child welfare, juvenile justice): Integrating system plans


Plan of Care – Provider: Addressing remaining needs


Prior Authorization

Ensuring Team Decisions are Authorized and Services are Provided


Capturing family supports & services: attached to goals


Recording system supports & services: attached to goals


Authorizing provider supports & services: attached to goals


Documenting Activities

Holding Accountability to the Team Developed Treatment Plan


Confirming family, community, system &

provider actions through the internet


Invoicing provider actions automatically over the internet


Carrying progress notes documentation to billing

Client, Joe

555-55-5555

Katz, M F T Int., Kimberly

Client, Joe

555-55-5555

Katz, M F T Int., Kimberly

Leeman, Chris

620-98-2912

Smith, Chad

Leeman, Chris

Smith, Chad

620-98-2912

Katz, M F T Int., Kimberly

Client, Joe

555-55-5555

Smith, Chad

Myers, M F T, Suzanne

620-98-2912

Myers, M F T, Suzanne

Client, Joe

555-55-5555

555-55-5555

Client, Joe

Myers, M F T, Suzanne

Leeman, Chris

Client, Joe

555-55-5555

620-98-2912

Smith, Chad

Weiland, L C S W, Mark

620-98-2912

Katz, M F T Int., Kimberly

Smith, Chad


Focused, Detailed Data

Encouraging Utilization Review, Addressing Quality Concerns


Comparing authorized service costs to actual service costs: per family/per month


Identifying authorized costs vs. actual costs: by service code


Monitoring effectiveness: promoting quality care by monitoring how well care management functions meet client needs


Review & Evaluate Outcomes

Fostering the Collection and Review of Outcome Data


Collecting monthly/quarterly outcome measures: School data

Client, Joe


Collecting monthly/quarterly outcome measures: Living situation, behaviors

Davis, Amy

Davis, Amy


Collecting monthly/quarterly outcome measures: CAFAS


Reporting Outcomes: promoting the integrationof information into management decisions


Reporting other data: using follow-up data, strengthening CQI


Reporting staff productivity


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