BALTIMORE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Social Solutions Global, the leading provider of outcomes and performance management software for human services, is proud to introduce Apricot for Case Management, a research-based and pre-configured Apricot software solution.
An out-of-the-box configuration, Apricot for Case Management gives agencies the chance to hit the ground running. With built-in service delivery tracking, organizations can almost immediately start entering and using data to ensure their services are making a difference in their clients’ lives. A pre-configured solution that already includes intake, assessment, service planning, progress notes and referrals in an easy-to-use workflow, this software product allows case managers to not only save time on documentation, but also use their data to support decision-making with their clients.
Supporting best practices in case management such as motivational interviewing and ongoing assessment with the Arizona Self-Sufficiency Matrix, this software tool includes outcomes reporting on both the individual and program-wide level. Case managers can track and monitor self-identified goals by the participant as well as common outcomes such as income, employment, housing, and overall self-sufficiency.
“At Social Solutions, we’re constantly looking at innovative ways to help nonprofits and government agencies focus more on their respective missions and less on their IT infrastructure,” said Danna Nelson, SVP of Product at Social Solutions. “Apricot for Case Management is pre-configured and purpose-built, allowing organizations to quickly realize the benefits of a software solution that promotes best practices in their programs.”
Social Solutions Global, provider of Efforts to Outcomes (ETO®) and Apricot Software™, specializes in outcomes management software for human services. Across the globe, our software is the leader in equipping thousands of organizations to transform the lives of children, adults, and families by making data useful to staff at all levels, from on-the-ground workers to executive leadership.