Correctional Substance Abuse Programmes

Is your organisation responsible for providing addiction treatment, counselling or/and other recovery services to inmates in prisons or jails? If so, you may want to take advantage of some of the following Mi-Case functionality:
  • Assessment of needs for treatment: digitalisation of a variety of assessment forms including: Texas Christian University (TCU) Assessment Forms for correctional (criminal justice) settings, Assessment Systems International (ASI) Forms, Childhood Survival and Safe Motherhood (CSSM) Assessment Forms, Level of Service Inventory (LSIR) Assessment Forms, Latent Structure of Criminal Lifestyle (LCSF) Assessment Forms and the Psychopathy Checklist Revised (PCLR) Assessment Forms
  • Event notifications: notification for not completed assessments within specified period of time and notifications for other pre-defined events
  • Referrals: Recording of referrals for different types of treatment (including date of referral and start of treatment, waiting list for treatment and referred institution)
  • Intake: Digitalised Intake forms for substance abuse treatment including: Client Fact Sheet, Notice of Confidentiality, Release of Information, HIV/AIDS Risk Assessment, Psycho-Social Assessment, Readiness Ruler and Individual Treatment Plan
  • Case Planning and Monitoring: Ability to generate substance abuse treatment plans based on assessment scores; recording counsellor recommendations for treatment (structured and unstructured data format support); recording progress notes by date and counsellor
  • Lab tests: Urinalysis results tracking
  • Prescribing: Recording and reporting on prescribed medications
  • Case Completion and Discharge: Tracking of completion and discharge from substance abuse treatment programmes; tracking of offender/patient participation in aftercare programmes  and referrals to community substance abuse treatment programmes
  • Reporting and performance monitoring: Standard and user-defined reports support management decision-making and help monitor employee productivity (ex. reporting on number of inmates taken into treatment and number of inmates successfully treated/rehabilitated)
  • Interface with third-party systems (ex. community substance abuse information systems) to exchange relevant information regarding inmates substance abuse problems
  • HIPPA compliance: Role-based permissions for users who are allowed to view Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)-related information
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