NDIS Software Program Implementation

Implementing NDIS software for Participant Management can be a dangerous undertaking. It is filled with uncertainty and change. Hidden obstacles lurk around every corner. Implementing NDIS Participant Management software isn’t just a job – it’s an adventure! And we haven’t even started talking about software yet. Because implementing the NDIS software program is an adventure, […]

NDIS client management

Flowlogic a client and case management system that helps providers adapt to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). It makes managing claims, invoices and reporting easier, and allows users to track participants outcomes and goals by providing a central place to store data. Please see our Google Slide Show presentation at the end of the […]

NDIS Workflow & Task Automation Software

Unfortunately, many processes throughout the NDIS journey today are still slow and inefficient. This is often due to an NDIS Service providers reliance on systems not talking to each other, paper forms and lack of personalised workflow automation software technologies to provide organisations with a powerful, intuitive, and affordable cloud-based solution. Keywords: tasks, workflows, dashboards, […]

Bulk Payment Request Software for the NDIA

The NDIS participant portal is called myplace. It is a secure website portal on the Australian Government’s myGov website where you or a person you trust (a nominee or child representative) or an NDIS Service Provider can access your NDIS information. To make it easier to find and use information further enhancements have been made […]

Data Management System

Abstract Collection, processing, and long-term storage of data for broad-scale, collaborative client monitoring and management pose technical and administrative challenges that, if not properly addressed, result in suboptimal management and learning. Data from many cooperators, often spanning multiple organisations, must be efficiently centralised and processed, and must be consistent in content and quality over the […]

Data-driven dashboards for better decision-making

Providing timely and effective services in the NDIS and My Aged Care requires the management of individual participants or clients as well as the flow and demands of the entire organisation. Dashboards visualise a consolidated set data for a certain purpose which enables users to see what is happening and to initiate actions through information […]

NDIS My Aged Care Roster Solution

NDIS and My Aged Care ready to use Roster Solution NDIS and My Aged Care Service providers are confronted with many challenges. On the one hand, demographic changes demand additional services. On the other hand, organisations have to profitably manage the supply of services. That requires the efficient use of resources. These resources include the […]

Client Incident Management System

NDIS MyAgedCare client incident management system (CIMS): Empowers Australian Service Providers to effectively respond to client incidents Integration with the Victorian DHHS Client Incident Management System. The client incident management system (CIMS) outlines the approach and key actions to manage a client incident. The Client incident management guide (guide) describes each of the actions and […]

NDIS Case Management Software

Introducing an Advanced Cloud NDIS Case Management Software Solution Please see our Google Slide Show presentation at the end of the article or download our brochure here. What is effective case management? Case management is a process, encompassing a culmination of consecutive collaborative phases that assist clients to access available and relevant resources necessary for […]

NDIS MyAgedCare value of digital self-service

NDIS MyAgedCare value of digital self-service: Towards assessing the value of digital self-service options from a provider perspective Given the ongoing digitisation of service, understanding the value co-creation process in the self-service context is getting more and more relevant for NDIS and My Aged Care providers alike. Prior research on service co-production has primarily focused […]