Story Maps

Holistic story maps to quickly see a person’s whole story

Contextualized personal stories to identify what works for whom

Opeeka’s Person-Centered Intelligence Solution (P-CIS, /pieces/) integrates with electronic records across a system of care, pulling information into a single, unified story map that tracks whole-person transformations over time. P-CIS facilitates the augmentation of the story by allowing texting/emailing to gather additional pieces of information from clients/patients and care team members. P-CIS is person-centered and can accommodate nearly any data element relating to a person. In this way, it builds a person’s story across symptoms, needs, strengths, traumatic experiences, past behaviors, natural support characteristics, cultural preferences, unmet social needs, circumstances, opinions, and goals in care.

P-CIS tracks recovery and resilience over time. In addition to tracking changes in needs and strengths, PCIS generates a story map which helps illustrate a person’s circumstances. A story map transforms assessments into a visual map so that members of a circle of care can focus on needs and strengths,
while considering underlying items and background needs.

Story Maps ensure that those in care spend less time telling and re-telling their story.

Play Video about Ashley's Story Map

Video courtesy of Johnson & Johnson

Story Map

In the example above, on the left, one can see that Ashley experienced several traumatic events listed as Underlying Areas. On the right, one notes the Background Needs, or needs that have not risen to a level that require help. These are needs to be monitored by the care circle members. In the center-left of the map, one sees a prioritized list of needs which are a focus of the collaboration. To the right of that list are the strengths that have been identified to build or the ones already present to use. As Ashley moves
through care, the story map will update as her circumstances shift over time.