Mental Health and Substance Use
P-CIS helps staff and administrators see data in a whole new, whole person way. P-CIS connects to existing electronic records to infuse intelligent care tools that make staff’s lives easier and care more effective.
P-CIS illuminates a patient’s trajectory of success, helping staff and clients engage in care and celebrate progress. At the same time, P-CIS reveals population-level patterns of success, helping care administrators implement and improve value-based care.
Stories of Success
An Opeeka customer offered 56 different service types for adults with substance use disorder. Care staff worked with clients to establish a personalized care plan. Care administrators were able to see in P-CIS that clients who received “Employment Training” services as part of their care plan were over 8 times more likely to succeed than those who did not receive those services. Administrators could see information about who responded well to which service types and could take action to ensure services were matched based on client’s specific circumstances, increasing overall likelihood of success for all clients in care.
TRACK RECOVERY & RESILIENCE
Prove and improve on stories of success
Person-Centered Intelligence Solution (P-CIS, pronounced “pieces”) works as a stand alone care management system or connects to existing electronic records to infuse care tracking and monitoring tools. P-CIS tracks patient progress on any domain of well-being from any data source (EHR/EMR, text, email, tablet, passive monitoring device, apps, and more). It merges current and historic data into 360-degree views of whole-person wellbeing (call “Story Maps”), and measures impact of care and progress over time (called “Trajectories of Success”). P-CIS allows care agencies to implement value-based care, real-time patient monitoring, and patient reported outcomes without disrupting their current technology or workflow.
Care staff report that they love P-CIS because it converts data into meaningful information and makes their job easier. P-CIS ensures that data doesn’t become “one more thing to do” but becomes a helpful resource that lessens the workload.
P-CIS converts patient data into highly useful visualizations about a person’s story highlighting changes in circumstances during care. This informs care planning and delivery in ways that a service team can’t do otherwise.
P-CIS uses success-focused intelligence to learn about a care organization’s population needs and drivers of success and helps staff see what types of services have worked well for patient with similar circumstances.
P-CIS helps agencies evidence care program strengths, instilling confidence for expanding successful services. P-CIS also helps care organizations guide staff toward successful decision processes as well as foster and recognize staff strengths, improving staff self-confidence and retention. It identifies which patients an organizations is serving well and for whom additional services and supports might be indicated. P-CIS helps agencies prove and improve on their own stories of success.