Real Solutions. Real Stories to Prove it

Category: Care Coordination

Follow Us

community

Building Community Through Care Coordination

July is Social Wellness Month, and central to health and wellness is a sense of community. How can health and human service organizations better foster this belongingness? It starts with care coordination that is focused on bringing services together.

Read More
women standing together

Domestic Violence in the Summer

As the summer months continue, experts warn of an uptick in domestic violence cases. Why does such violence increase during this warmer season? More importantly, what can your social service organization do to help?

Read More
Data Management

Four Aspects of Effective Data Management

Collecting, protecting, and analyzing your organization’s data is more important today than ever before. How do you know you have the most effective data management? Four key qualities of effective data usage—security, privacy, reliability, and resiliency—are critical to determining the answer.

Read More

What is Whole Person Care

Whole person care is gradually becoming more prevalent in the realm of health and human service organizations. But what exactly does it mean? Check out the definition and importance of whole person care, as well as how your organization can begin implementing it today.

Read More
man experiencing homelessness

Why HMIS Software Is Important

HMIS is a buzzword in the realm of homelessness agencies. But what does it exactly mean? And why is it important? In this blog post, we explore the specifics of HMIS and how a powerful case management solution can improve data, analysis, and services provided.

Read More

Addressing LGBTQ Needs in Social Services

What kind of barriers do LGBTQ individuals face when it comes to accessing social services? Check out the challenges this community deals with when obtaining health and social care, as well as the ways your organization can help make it easier for sexual and gender minorities.

Read More

3 Ways to Fight Child Hunger During Summer

With summer just around the corner, millions of children are about to lose their sole source of consistent nutrition: school lunch. What can your health and human service organization do to help push back against this hunger? We suggest three simple steps: inform, coordinate, and advocate.

Read More
Pivot Adventure

How One Non-Profit is Addressing Teen Mental Health

Did you know May is both Mental Health Awareness AND Teen Self-Esteem Month? Pivot Adventure, a non-profit in Utah, utilizes recreational therapy to provide affordable mental health courses for teenagers. Their unique approach is critical to the effectiveness of these social services.

Read More