In this blog post, we explore the use of ActivityInfo as an information management system for case management and referral. We take a look at the features used in case management and examples from the field and we compare it with open-source and on-premise solutions.
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Read articles on case management. Explore use cases, best practices templates and tips.
This template can be used to work with wraparound case management for that includes several teams working with the same group of clients.
In this session we work with the Case management database template in ActivityInfo.
Learn how ActivityInfo can support the coordination of case management processes related to the Protection, Child Protection and Gender-Based Violence.
Coordinate case management for Protection, Child Protection and Gender-Based Violence cases.
Many ActivityInfo users are working in settings where they need to collect information related to COVID-19 as a result of the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak situation. To make your work easier we designed some suggested Form templates with which you can quickly start collecting data.
The security of the information gathered and stored in ActivityInfo is of paramount importance for us. Having worked in the field we know what it is like to handle confidential and sensitive information and we take up the cause of protecting what the humanitarian organizations trust us with. This blog post is about the precautions and actions we take to ensure that your data is always safe in ActivityInfo.
Case Management for the Rohingya Crisis - The use of ActivityInfo by the Danish Refugee Council in Bangladesh
The case management team decided to use ActivityInfo as their case management system in 2019, driven by the urgent need to digitize their paper-based case management system to see data in real-time and be able to quickly inform and adopt their response.
Video recording of the presentation by Sasha Abdi from UNRWA in Jordan at the ActivityInfo user conference in Geneva on June 15th, 2017.