The CaseWorthy architecture resides on a foundation consisting of the industryleading Microsoft.NET framework and Microsoft SQL Server relational database. This foundation is designed to handle millions of rows of data with instant response. It segregates the data down to the day, gender, and zip code and makes it available at the user’s fingertips using Microsoft Excel. “We chose this option since most clients have Excel and are relatively familiar with the capabilities.
While complex technologies work in the backend, CaseWorthy offers a lucid, browserlike user interface built using the latest AJAX technologies—the same technologies used in Google Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer. In addition to its Enterprise-wide HHS solutions, CaseWorthy delivers the powerful, non-programmer development framework, apBuilders. The apBuilders help organizations configure the entire desktop, including menus, forms, workflows, business logic and related functionality. The users can drag and drop the menus to the desired configuration and organize forms and workflows in the preferred way that works best. “This approach provides a wide variety of configurations to specifically meet the needs of programs or organizations without having to constantly navigate around unwanted features,” says Paparao Gummadapu, VP of Enterprise Architecture and Development, CaseWorthy.
We provide the right balance and training to assure your organization receives 100 percent from your CaseWorthy experience
CaseWorthy serves the HHS vertical across government and nonprofit organizations including Homeless Management Information System (HMIS), Community Alternatives Program (CAP), Goodwill, HIV/AIDS, Catholic Charities, and more.
The Tennessee Valley Coalition to End Homelessness (TVCEH), was very concerned about their HMIS solution. Data inconsistencies were showing up from most partner agencies. For an HMIS solution focused on compliance, the existing solution didn’t provide confidence at a time when the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) was becoming more involved in overseeing the data being submitted. Additionally, TVCEH wanted to offer more functionality to their partner agencies beyond compliance. The need to manage all aspects of homelessness including agency and case management was becoming part of the everyday software requirement. By selecting CaseWorthy and working closely with them, TVCEH was able to not only continue HUD compliance, but also to accomplish greater intra-agency efficiencies and inter-agency collaborations.
As the developer of the CaseWorthy application, going forward we want to support and enable HHS organizations to realize their missions of creating stronger and healthier people, families, and communities. The company is also working on a Social Service Information Exchange product for a better exchange of social data between communities of doctors, homeless shelters and other social organizations.