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As an organization providing homeless services, data management can be a major challenge. Keeping track of both HMIS compliance data and your program’s specific data often requires separate systems, leading to time-consuming dual data entry for busy service providers. However, the ECM HMIS Module changes all that. It enables you to easily manage both HMIS compliance data and day-to-day operational data in one centralized location, freeing up more time for what really matters – your clients.
Sign up to watch this webinar to discover the game-changing benefits of the ECM HMIS Module. This demo and Q&A session will give you a behind-the-scenes look at how the module can help you become HMIS compliant with ease and streamline your data management processes. From HUD Universal Assessment to Service Planning and beyond, the module includes everything you need to send complete and accurate data to your local Continuum of Care (COC) for important HMIS reports such as the Annual Performance Report (APR) and Annual Homeless Assessment Report (AHAR). Don’t miss out on this opportunity to revolutionize the way your organization manages data. Sign up to access the webinar, now!
From the data entry side, the module includes HMIS assessments as well as processes to support best practices in case management including:
- HMIS Assessment
- Arizona Self-Sufficiency Matrix
- Service Planning
- Individual and Group Service Entry
- Housing Unit Management
- Bed Nights
As a Solution Engineer at Exponent Partners, Kai develops solutions to prospective client’s requirements.
Salesforce certified, a Masters in Nonprofit Administration, and years of executive level experience in both human service nonprofits and the technology space, Kai brings a wealth of lived expertise to Exponent Partners. He believes that people solve problems – technology supports people to do their work in the most effective manner and helps demonstrate their impact. Kai’s work has been featured by Salesforce and at national conferences.
Josie is passionate about helping human services organizations use data to ensure that the work they are doing is truly making a difference in people’s lives. Her excitement about data in social services started when she was a public health Peace Corps Volunteer in Kenya. She helped rural community health workers record their activities to report out to US based funders and used this data to ultimately receive a large grant to support orphan caregivers in their communities.
Since then she has worked as a mental health case manager, a QA program manager and has had several roles in product and professional services at nonprofit software companies. She holds a BA in Psychology and a Masters in Social Work and Public Policy from Ohio State University.
Marthe has spent the last 5 years working with social enterprises. Prior to that, she spent a decade working in the market research and software industry. She’s a multifaceted marketer skilled in event planning, creative design, project management, client services, social media and integrated marketing.