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Whether your organization’s entire mission is homeless services, or only one program your organization offers, finding a data management solution can be a challenge. Collecting complete and accurate Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) data while also tracking data for your specific program is often done in two disparate systems creating dual entry for busy service providers. The HMIS Accelerator allows users to track HMIS compliance data alongside day-to-day operational data in one place, ensuring less time is spent on data entry and more time is focused on your clients.
Recorded on Thursday, September 17, 2020 this webinar explores the new Accelerator with a live demo plus Q & A .
Case Management Made HMIS Compliant
The Exponent Case Management (ECM) HMIS Accelerator provides everything you need to send complete and accurate data to your local Continuum of Care (COC) for HMIS reports such as the Annual Performance Report (APR) and Annual Homeless Assessment Report (AHAR).
From the data entry side, the accelerator includes HMIS assessments as well as processes to support best practices in case management including:
- HUD Universal Assessment
- HUD Program Assessment
- Health Insurance Assessment
- Non-Cash Benefits Assessment
- Arizona Self-Sufficiency Matrix
- Service Planning
- Service Entry
- Bed Nights
About the Speakers
Product Manager @ Exponent Partners
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.
Director of Solutions Engineering @Exponent Partners
As Exponent Partners’ Director of Solutions Engineering, Eric applies his experience to help design solutions for our prospective clients. Eric brings 17 years of experience in nonprofit technology consulting, and previously worked for Groundwire, where he led a product initiative developing innovative apps in support of nonprofits. Some of the apps he helped bring to market, such as Volunteers for Salesforce, have become vital tools for thousands of nonprofits. He has also, at various points in his career, consulted to nonprofits on agile-scrum process, content management systems, donation management, online advertising and business plan development.