Global Vision Technologies, Inc., (GVT) the creator of FAMCare, has just launched the next evolution of case management software, FAMCare 5, a 5 user case management platform intended to help agencies with budget constraints or who would just like to ‘kick the tires’ - take advantage of powerful technology, at an affordable cost.
According to GVT, FAMCare 5 (1) improves how agencies manage client data, (2) streamlines how they deliver and track services and (3) helps them mend the lives of vulnerable families and clients in their system. Serving at-risk children and families in a social services agency can be challenging because it requires one view of a child that brings together information from social services, schools, communities and courts. This can be especially difficult in smaller nonprofit agencies, counties and municipal agencies without the budget or IT infrastructure to support a typical human services solution. In these smaller agencies, case management is often run on old legacy systems sponsored by their state or county or even paper files. These old systems and piles of paper can lead to inefficiency, lost case files, and missed chances to "connect the dots" to identify opportunities and risks for a specific at-risk child.
The software promises to enable smaller agencies with the same capabilities that much larger agencies leverage to serve their communities. Out of the box it includes tools for intake/referral management, demographics tracking, case note and treatment plan recording, program and services tracking, a full reporting suite and more.
For tablet-centric users, FAMCare 5 includes mobile access. Caseworkers can update case notes and perform other tasks even while they're away from the office. IPad's, tablets and smart phones can be used to access critical data on the fly. GVT has revealed that they will have special incentives and discounts for early adopters. Interested parties are being asked to visit the FAMCare 5 web page for more information. FAMCare is backed by a 30 day money back guarantee.
"Our system includes 20 easy to follow training modules," adds George Ritacco. "Furthermore, the system is designed to allow new forms, apps and modules to be included as and when the need arises. We've included a monthly subscription option for those who simply want to test the system or who have other budget constraints."
According to GVT - the new FAMCare 5 case management software enables a 'growth path' for smaller agencies and allows larger agencies a safe place to test the power of the system without having to make a large commitment.
Interested parties are being asked to visit the website at http://www.famcare.net/famcare5 for more information.
SOURCE: Press Advantage [Link]
Global Vision Technologies, Inc., is the creator of FAMCare human services case management software and ClinicalPURSUIT patient registry software tools that agencies leverage for a better way to manage their cases, report on data and improve outcomes.
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