Service and Case Management help guide the clients toward their goals, to provide benefits effectively, and monitor where they need extra assistance
Who does Case Management help?
A case manager helps to comprehend their clients and their journey, enabling them to guide them towards success. The Case Manager plans, coordinates, monitors, and evaluates services provided to a client.
Nonprofit teams now have their own “EASY” button!
Case Management is not for your nonprofit if you:
Do not providelong-term, hands-on support that is provided to help a specific individual or family work toward an outcome or goal
Do not want the ability to see the client’s data readily
You want to keep your data scattered in different legacy systems
Do not want to serve your clients properly
Continue using outdated technology tools
Do not want to take data-driven decision-making
Withhold technology from teams, forcing them to do manual tasks and reducing time for exciting work