Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) August 19, 2014
Social Solutions Global, Inc., the leading provider of performance management software for human service organizations, today announced the recent release of its Substance Abuse Treatment and Prevention Block Grant (SAPT BG) Performance Model.
Performance Models are research-based configurations of Social Solutions’ performance management software platform, Efforts to Outcomes (ETO®) software, designed to support program performance management for frontline staff and managers in a particular type of program. Performance Models enable large-scale public sector agencies to rapidly deploy pre-configured but flexible models that can track highly individualized, locally-driven services at the participant level while reporting on common outcomes at the aggregate level, across multiple sites and programs.
The SAPT BG Performance Model was designed to meet the needs of states with SAPT BG funding from the Center for Substance Abuse and Prevention (CSAP) at the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). The ETO SAPT Block Grant Performance Model, developed in collaboration with the OMNI Institute, supports performance management at a high level, allowing states to:
Social Solutions recently hosted an informational webinar about the SAPT BG Performance Model. Click here to access the webinar recording or visit Social Solutions’ Performance Management Resource Library to read more about the SAPT BG Performance Model.
About Social Solutions: Social Solutions Global, Inc., creators of Efforts to Outcomes (ETO®) software, equips over 16,000 programs with web-based data-tracking and outcomes-oriented case management tools to improve results, simplify reporting requirements and improve efficiencies in delivering services across agencies and funding streams. Unlike traditional CRM and Case Management tools, ETO software was designed to help agencies improve outcomes by identifying and scaling effective programs. The ETO platform is flexible enough to be uniquely configured based on service population and evidence-based practices models, without the need for custom development to make changes to the software as your organization continues to evolve. More information: http://www.socialsolutions.com. Follow us on Twitter: @SocialSolutions.