OBJECTIVE: Develop and implement a community-wide case management and common data software system to meet health and human service needs.


2018

STATUS MARCH 2018:

  1. Identify
  2. Develop
  3. Implement
  4. Objective Met

STATUS JUNE 2018:

  1. Identify
  2. Develop
  3. Implement
  4. Objective Met

STATUS SEPTEMBER 2018:

  1. Identify
  2. Develop
  3. Implement
  4. Objective Met

STATUS DECEMBER 2018:

  1. Identify
  2. Develop
  3. Implement
  4. Objective Met

 


2017

STATUS MARCH 2017:
A Case Management Work Group, which includes 30 agencies who offer case management services, met throughout the Fall of 2016. The group began to develop a case management system (Coordinated Case Management Network–CCMN), which will be available community-wide for service coordination and accountability that ensures the client’s rights. This collaborative system will assess, plan, implement, coordinate, monitor, and evaluate the options and services required to meet the client’s health and human service needs. The CCMN has also agreed to use the same software system, so there will be one community database system. In conjunction with the work of the Case Management group, a Common Software Work Group identified Service Point as the proposed community database system. The group hosted a demonstration of the system for agencies in the Fall of 2016. A pilot project will be launched with 5-10 agencies, which will include the CCMN. At present, cost and funding for Service Point is still being discussed.

  1. Identify
  2. Develop
  3. Implement
  4. Objective Met

 

STATUS JUNE 2017:
The Common Software Work Group is hosting a demonstration of Service Point in late June for CoxHealth, Jordan Valley Community Health Clinic, and other health care providers to determine whether the system will work for each organization. The group has identified several potential funding sources and is currently working on submitting proposals. Funding is the final piece needed to implement the pilot project withing the Comprehensive Case Management System.

  1. Identify
  2. Develop
  3. Implement
  4. Objective Met

 

STATUS SEPTEMBER 2017:
A $300,000, 3-year grant was submitted to the Missouri Foundation for Health to fund Service Point, a software system that will provide a common/unified platform to case managers in local agencies. This proposal will be reviewed by the Missouri Foundation of Health’s Board of Directors on October 16th, 2017.

  1. Identify
  2. Develop
  3. Implement
  4. Objective Met

 

STATUS DECEMBER 2017:
The Community Partnership of the Ozarks received a 3-year grant from the Missouri Foundation for Health to implement the Comprehensive Case Management project over the next three years. A project coordinator will be hired within the next 30 days.

  1. Identify
  2. Develop
  3. Implement
  4. Objective Met