Written by Nicole Tecco Reece, Chief Product Officer, Casebook PBC

The onset of the Family First Prevention Services Act (FFPSA) and Comprehensive Child Welfare Information System (CCWIS) has provided states and tribes with an exciting opportunity to draw down Title IV-E funds to support preventative services for the children and families they serve.  Additionally, with Medicaid expansion across many states, the drive for effective provider management has become an absolute necessity.  

Provider management and licensing agencies can be organized differently across states and local government. In some cases, they are embedded within programmatic agencies, in others, they are stand-alone entities that serve multiple programs under the HHS umbrella.  

Regardless of where your provider management function resides, the Federal government has expressed that we can no longer afford to isolate the data from programmatic needs, we must be able to effectively manage programs and services that are provided by these resources and ensure effective contract management.  States are seeing incentives from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) to work with providers towards outcomes-based contracting and better aligning their work for the improvement of service to constituents.

Now, more than ever, there is a need for modular technology solutions for human services that are purpose-built and ready for changing policies and practices. Casebook has taken a purposeful approach and As a Public Benefit Corporation, Casebook PBC develops purpose-built human services software solutions that are created alongside practitioners to meet both regulatory requirements and best practices.  

Casebook is ready for the modular future. Talk to us and let us show you how.