Opeeka Launches Person-Centered Intelligence Solution to Enable Coordinated Care Across a System of Care

Mental health technology startup Opeeka announced this week the release of their Person-Centered Intelligence Solution (P-CIS) to help remove technology barriers from the system of care to support collaboration and coordination of care for multi-system served children/youth and families.
Opeeka’s P-CIS is a HIPAA compliant, multi-agency solution that allows care agencies to coordinate outcomes over time, from an initial screen to post-care satisfaction surveys. Assessments are at the heart of every care system, helping to identify eligibility, level of care, rate of reimbursement, cultural preferences, level of need, areas of strength, functioning, past experiences, diagnosis, progress, satisfaction and final outcomes. P-CIS converts any type of questionnaire information into meaningful information at the point of care, mapping responses onto story maps and trajectories of resilience and recovery.
“Whether data is collected directly in P-CIS or through electronic records, P-CIS’ prudently designed multi-agency allows organizations to judiciously share very specific information about people who are co-served, encouraging teaming, and coordinating efforts for multi-system and cross-county care,” said Opeeka Co-Founder Ken Knecht. “P-CIS supports HIPAA compliant multi-tenancy, this means that error-prone and burdensome secure file transfer to county or state authorities will become unnecessary, freeing staff time to support information where it makes the most impact – at the point of care.”
Health providers nationwide have worked hard over the last years to implement successful child and family teaming processes, reflecting the evolving science behind evidence-based practice. Yet a practical integrated approach remains to be realized due to technological barriers and siloed organizations.
Current technology barriers result in:
Collaboration is possible. One step is to remove the technology barriers.
Technology barriers addressed by P-CIS:
“Having a platform where data can be exchanged across care providers, while maintaining strict client confidentiality, opens up the possibilities for learning more about the populations being served, including granular information about what they need, what they’re getting, and what they’re missing,” said Dr. Kate Cordell, Chief Scientific Officer, and Co-Founder of Opeeka. “Children/youth and families deserve the best practice and care possible. If agreements can be established between agencies in a system of care, siloed data should not be held prisoner, and technology should not be the enemy of collaboration and coordination of care, but the champion and enabler of it. The P-CIS system was built for just this purpose, and we can now address many of the challenges that currently exist.”
Press Contact:Ken KnechtOpeeka, Inc.kknecht@opeeka.com(866) 673-3521
Source: Opeeka, Inc.