This allows content to be assigned according to assessment outcomes. Case Managers save considerable time and effort on consultations, paperwork and preparation as resources geared to an individual’s social outcomes are automatically recommended and tracked. All content can be auto-assigned or assigned by the Case Manager.
This provides direct communication via a secure video link between a Service User and keyworker, tutor, case manager or clinician. Videos can be stored text transcribed for auditing and monitoring purposes. Remote Consultation assists organisations covering wide geographical areas and for those where travel forms a barrier to success. For doctors and clinicians, diagnoses via video save significant costs on call-outs.
SHARD (Shared Hierarchies Across Restricted Data) contains secure APIs that link (disparate) legacy systems (e.g. across NHS, NOMS and SFA). SHARD securely transfers data in and out of data management systems, enabling increased support across multiple organisations and partners and reducing data duplication.
The Case Management System provides information to Keyworkers and Programme Managers. It allows a keyworker, tutor, clinician or supervisor to view interactions that a Service User has made and assign appropriate content and track progress on their journey.
Intervention Plan Manager
This creates a Service User’s plan (e.g. sentence plan, learner plan, intervention plan…) and suggests necessary resources for support before a crisis point (such as A&E) is reached. The Intervention Plan Manager links to resources outside of the primary organisation to ensure the best possible support at every step of the individual’s journey.
This allows partner organisations to access segments of Service User data, provided appropriate consent has been given. The data sharing mechanism utilises recent advances in decentralised transaction frameworks so that support organisations can gain early access to critical information to accelerate journeys to success.
Sequation operates across multiple formats, platforms and devices allowing data and content access in order to build the widest base of user engagement.
Assessments can be undertaken at the start of a Service User’s journey – either self-assessed through the Social Prescription Channel, or assisted by a clinician or Case Manager. Assessments can be configured to suit a desired social outcome, even if that social outcome changes over time. Assessments can be completed at any stage of the journey to assess progress and track results and improvements.
Reporting & Analytics
Reports are generated on stored data and can be configured to specific organisational requirements. A customisable dashboard displays analytics on Service User journeys at a collective or individual level. Programme Managers are provided with (e.g. for trusts or commissions) live reports.