OPRA 2016 – Person-Centred Planning = Better Outcomes

CareDirector will be exhibiting at the 2016 OPRA Conference in Ohio on Nov 3rd. One of the main themes of this year’s conference is creating strategies for person-centered planning. To achieve better outcomes, service recipients must have control of their own care and choices. Provider software must facilitate access and collaboration between providers and recipients. The Affordable Care Act has meant that Person-centered planning is no longer driven by the organization. Instead it is now fully informed by the needs and preferences of the person receving those long term services and support (LTSS). CareDirector helps providers to address these changing dyanmics:


CareDirector empowers you to:


  • Individual Service Plans, outcomes,  goal tracking
  • Dashboards & summary screens for interactive access to care plans, goals, outcomes, case notes, client info
  • Workflows to:
    • Automate processes
    • Communicate critical information to care team
    • Schedule reviews, other tasks and send reminders to all stakeholders
    • Create paper or electronic communication to care team, other providers, client & family; auto-save correspondence to client record
  • Client and family engagement through – a secure client portal. (Great for self-directed services too)
    • Communicate with care team
    • Access to care plan, assessments, service authorizations;


At CareDirector we support client self-determination. By applying the principles of customer service technology to health and human services. CareDirector helps human services organizations collaborate with the people they serve, improves outcomes and organizational performance.

If you have any comments or questions,please let us know

CareDirector will be at booth #34 at OPRA. Please stop by. We’d love to meet you





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