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Twelve Councils secure funding to reduce Delays in Transfers of Care
Council adds Liquidlogic case management for adults social care teams
Council go-live with early help, children’s and adults’ social care and finance simultaneously
An LGA case study on the effects of Liquidlogic SingleView implementation
Rochdale is the latest Council to take the Liquidlogic Early Years & Education System (EYES) live.
Council selects Liquidlogic for Adults’ Social Care to work off one platform
Council goes live with Children's Systems
Integration between health and social care a reality at Council
Council adds to growing Liquidlogic education customers
Children's go live follows successful adults' implementation
Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council select Liquidlogic
Liquidlogic succesful in application
Council cites improved data accuracy, data accessibility and admin reduction time as key factors.
Interface uses new 'Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources’ (FHIR) message standards.
Council launches Liquidlogic Client Portal
Capacity important for success
18 months post go live, Council speaks of positive feedback for Liquidlogic
Delayed transfers of care to be addressed
Council receives "Good" rating by Ofsted with an element deemed to be "Outstanding"
Whilst 4 other Councils prepare to do the same.
Liquidlogic system live
Time trials conducted at Council
Strategic director Gerald Meehan outlines some of the methods that made children's services in Cheshire West and Chester among the best in the country
Council benefit from Innovation Fund
Another health & social care first
Lancashire live with CP-IS
Integrating to existing IT social care systems
Replacing legacy IT system
Radical new scheme
End of life care
Cloud services provision
Liquidlogic is ready
12 customers in as many months
New and noteworthy features announced
Another new adults' customer
Project to improve child protection information sharing between social care and the NHS in England.
Peterborough goes live
Children's services turnaround
Council receives well earned recognition