Title IV-E Eligibility: Improving Service Using Casebook
Event Date: June 27, 2017 at 2:00 PM EDT
Hosted By: Carahsoft & Case Commons
Join us for a complimentary webinar to learn how Casebook, from Case Commons, can help agencies to improve their Title IV-E eligibility processes for child welfare. Casebook's Eligibility Module is constantly monitoring cases for changes and reassessing eligibility in order to help maximize reimbursement and eliminate errors.
Register now to learn how Casebook, from Case Commons:
Automates real-time initial eligibility and redetermination decisions with minimal user intervention required
Allows file, photo, and document attachments to ensure all relevant supporting documentation is retained for audits
Conducts fully-automated eligibility redetermination that is automatically triggered whenever a change is made to the case (DOBs, new members of household, locations)
Completes full audit trail and decision transparency for historical determinations
Case Commons, Inc. is a non-profit technology company focused on child welfare information systems. Incubated and supported by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, Case Commons offers Casebook, the first enterprise web application for child welfare case management. Casebook features:
Nearly every state child welfare agency in this country is using an
information management system that is outdated, unruly to manage,
confusing to learn, fragile to update and too costly to maintain or replace.
These systems challenge compliance with vital functional and federal
Casebook® is the first collaborative, family-centric, and fundamentally web-based case management application for child welfare systems. Case Commons®, a non-profit, worked with one of the leading software development firms worldwide (Pivotal Labs) and one of the nation’s top design firms (IDEO)...
Case Commons was initially incubated by – and continues to receive substantial support
from – the Annie E. Casey Foundation, the leading U.S. philanthropy dedicated solely to
disadvantaged children and families in America. Experienced in the public sector, Case
Commons’ CEO is a 22-year vet...
Innovative technologies have vast, untapped potential to transform child
welfare policy and practice. The unfortunate reality is that case
management systems using outdated technologies are the norm in state
child welfare agencies. These systems do little to leverage modern, widelyused