Effective August 2016, the Comprehensive Child Welfare Information System (CCWIS) final rule opened the door for state and tribal child welfare agencies to modernize outdated, monolithic IT systems with new and innovative technology that best meets unique program needs. With modular, web-based, and interoperable technologies, agencies can automate the collection of high-quality case management data and promote its analysis, distribution, and use by case workers, administrators, researchers, and policy makers.
KPMG’s Health and Human Services (HHS) professionals have more than 100 years of combined experience with state child welfare departments and their information systems. But KPMG does not merely build IT systems to automate your existing processes. Instead, our HHS professionals focus on agency transformation so that you can measurably improve your service delivery to children and families. In fact, KPMG is the leader in business intelligence, compliance, and project oversight for large, HHS transformation projects in the public sector.
Case Commons’ platform, Casebook, uses intuitive design to meet the needs of caseworkers and administrators. Winner of a prestigious Code for America Technology Award as well as UX Magazine’s International Design for Experience Award, Casebook is recognized across the HHS field for its groundbreaking graphical user interface. This innovative, intuitive software incorporates social media concepts instantly familiar to the next-generation social worker.
The KPMG Resource Integration Suite for Child Welfare (KRIS-CW) is a nimble and rapidly deployable set of technology capabilities and leading practices, offering clients the Casebook Platform – a tested alternative to traditional solutions. KRIS-CW utilizes the Casebook platform, to help support state agencies to capitalize on this new legislation. By forging a solution based on the strengths of both companies, KPMG and Case Commons can help your agency streamline migration to a next-generation case management system and deliver significant, measurable outcomes.