Promoting well-being for citizens within cities, counties and states
unify care and promote well-being
Creating healthy & safe communities
At Opeeka, our mission is to promote well being for all. Opeeka has created a Person Centered Intelligence Solution (P-CIS, /pieces/). P-CIS is designed to address three challenges of care:
People served by one agency in a community are commonly co-served by other agencies, such as behavioral health, child welfare, school, justice, and health care, among a few. P-CIS is designed to unify information across these agencies to form a care circle around the person and family. With P-CIS, agencies can flexibly and easily gather information about people in care, share what is needed between providers, and monitor outcomes in real time. P-CIS works through the process of Inquisitive Data Exchange and Analysis, called IDEAs. By organizing information around questions about people, communities can establish sharing networks through the following 5 steps of IDEAs.
Step 1 – Identify Questions
Step 2 – Create Justifications
Step 3 – Establish MOUs
Step 4 – Define Inquiries
Step 5 – Calibrate P-CIS
P-CIS connects electronic systems
P-CIS is designed for flexible and judicious sharing of information. Once calibrated, the data exchange is enabled within care circles. Information is shared for co-served individuals, for just the agreed and released elements of information, for just the times when those people are co-served. Workflow continues within native electronic systems at each agency, and through its connections, P-CIS identifies when people are co-served.
The Centre for Outcomes of Care