Information management systems for case management
The Case management process can be encountered in various settings such as in social work, health services, legal services and more. Having an information system in place that allows you to perform needs assessment regarding a person, coordinate the provision of access to one or more services and monitor the result of the provision of services is essential for effective collaboration.
In this session, we will look at practical tips and steps for designing a system to support the case management process in your organization. We will also discuss how ActivityInfo can support your work in this field and showcase the existing database template which you can experiment with to start working in the platform.
In summary, we discuss:
- Setting up a case management system: key steps to consider
- Customizing roles and permissions for case workers and supervisors for case management
- Data security and confidentiality
- ActivityInfo as your case management platform: benefits, features and structures
- Working with a database template for case management in ActivityInfo
There will also be a Q&A session.
Is this Webinar for me?
- Are you working in case management and need a system to manage all the information related to beneficiaries?
- Do you wish to move from a paper-based or spreadsheet-based case management system to a system based on the relational database model?
- Do you wish to ask questions related to ActivityInfo and the case management capabilities available?
Then, join our webinar!
About the Speaker
Mr. Alexander Bertram, Executive Director of BeDataDriven and founder of ActivityInfo, is a graduate of the American University's School of International Service and started his career in international assistance fifteen years ago working with IOM in Kunduz, Afghanistan and later worked as an Information Management officer with UNICEF in DR Congo. With UNICEF, frustrated with the time required to build data collection systems for each new programme, he worked on the team that developed ActivityInfo, a simplified platform for M&E data collection. In 2010, he left UNICEF to start BeDataDriven and develop ActivityInfo full time. Since then, he has worked with organizations in more than 70 countries to deploy ActivityInfo for monitoring & evaluation.