I had been doing really well with my whole blog-post-a-day thing, but last week’s travel schedule finally got to me!

There are though a few things I really should catch you up on.

One of the most exciting was the day that Jeff, Sazzad, Pushpita, Naim, and i spent with the folks in Boone County, Missouri. We have been implementing our Oversight Accounts in a number of states for a while now, but thanks to a few counties in Oregon and Missouri (along with some boards in Colorado) we are finding out how well the system works in a whole new role.

Working with counties is proving to be a very interesting challenge/opportunity in many ways.  I a lot of respects they operate like a small state.  However the providers who are within a county and fall under that oversight account may well provide services in multiple local counties so it is imperitive that individuals are only linked to the right county (and possibly the right state or multi-state provider!).

What is increadibly exciting to me is how well our Oversight Accounts and Therap for States and Counties deals with all these complications to make sure that the right data is shared with the right people across providers and agencies.

And now with the new 1115 People First Waiver in New York it looks like we have a whole new environment to implement in.

Given quite how many years we have been working on all the cross provider issues, it is very exciting to see it all coming together.

:: Justin ::