What is peerplace and how does it work?
PeerPlace is a powerful cloud-based data management system that integrates your service delivery and interprets data to better serve consumers. PeerPlace solutions are used to manage complex health and human services across an integrated continuum of care.
How many users does peerplace have?
PeerPlace was deployed to over 300 providers and more than 2000 users. Cuyahoga County Division of Senior & Adult Services (Cleveland, Ohio) selects PeerPlace Case Management System to manage Home and Community based Services (HCBS) programs and service providers.
What is New York City peerplace?
New York City PeerPlace contracts with the Aging New York Foundation of New York City to provide Mental Health Client Tracking, Case Management and mental health assessment tools to track and support Super Storm Sandy Victims.
What states use peerplace for Aging Services?
New York State Department for the Aging (NYSOFA) selects PeerPlace to deliver statewide "No Wrong Door" Information, Assistance and Referral for community based services. Colorado Department of Human Services selects PeerPlace to deliver statewide "No Wrong Door" Information, Assistance and Referral for community based services.
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