Learn how MediSked solutions have helped clients improve lives, drive efficiencies, and generate innovations.
The Arc of North Carolina has been proudly providing advocacy and services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities since 1953. With offices across the state, The Arc of NC has a broad reach, with 729 employees supporting over 3,215 individuals.
TRE was seeking technology to take an IT infrastructure that would ultimately help to develop and deliver better services. One of their main goals was to work through internal process and identify how IT solutions could help them. Colorado lacks an organized system for tracking trends for CCBs and does not offer access to non-government employees.
IGHL had considered switching to an EHR for several years as they were using a hybrid documentation process; mainly a paper-based system for their consumer records and billing documentation, and a separate electronic consumer data base that could also construct ISPs.
Using MediSked Connect, Mending Hearts began entering new notes and documentation for each individual into the system, and completing care plans and activity plans within Connect as well. Meanwhile, employees began scanning paper records and attaching them to the recipients’ files, making an enormous legacy of documents available and searchable for the first time in the agency’s history.
MVLE implemented MediSked Connect to centralize and manage information and generate efficiencies across the agency. Every individual referred to MVLE and all individuals supported are integrated into Connect, along with their annual plan, schedules, and notes.
The Arc of Livingston-Wyoming was searching for a solution that would streamline their compliance procedures, enhance collaboration, and increase visibility to improve the Individual Support Plan (ISP) process.
PHP approached MediSked, LLC, for a software solution that connects individuals to the services and supports they need and the health insurance that covers these services, while allowing collaboration with the interdisciplinary team of their choice.
The Arc of Delaware County was inundated with antiquated forms of documentation and wanted their staff to spend less time compiling information and more time with the individuals they support.