Sometimes it’s hard to prove impact. We developed the Risk Tracker system to help organisations who provide preventative services to record their work and demonstrate success. We do this through linking the things that people do, day to day, with National Outcome Frameworks.

The Risk Tracker web-based app is ideal for use on desktop and mobile devices and provides a powerful tool for managing clients and demonstrating outcomes. Using Risk Tracker, organisations can easily capture social value, prove the impact they have and relate their day to day work to national policy.

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Referral Tool has been built to complement any data system you use, supporting you to make effective referrals. By completing a visual risk map you can generate a report listing the most appropriate local services to refer clients to. This simple tool emails a copy of the referral report to the client, and worker for future reference.

Referral Tool allows local organisations to collaborate with each other to create an integrated service. By focusing assessments on all the needs a client might have, services can work together to improve outcomes. The app has been designed to run all devices making it easy to use in all situations.

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Partners and sponsors

Offer to Housing Associations

In order to celebrate our conversion to become a Community Interest Company, we want to use this Summer to make some very special offers to work with specific sectors. Over the next three months, we're going to offer a few organisations, in different sectors, the...

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Understanding Social Prescribing

We are big fans of social prescribing. It goes to the very heart of what we do, trying to get an understanding of all of the issues that people have in their lives and tackling everything in a systematic way; whilst taking into account that the social issues are just...

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A Beginner’s Guide To Open Data

We think that it's vital that the Health and Social Care sector embrace open data. By making data available we create great opportunities to build new things and better understand the environment we work in. As we've posted on this blog before, everyone has a role to...

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What can we learn from a weekend of NHS IT chaos?

There are some important lessons that can be learned by organisations across Health and Social Care because of the recent NHS ransomware debacle. Whilst the headlines have been taken up by the preparedness of the NHS the basic principles should impact all...

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Introducing – Inside Outcomes CIC

We are really pleased to be able to announce a significant change to how Inside Outcomes works. Over the last few years it has been obvious to us that the aims of Inside Outcomes are the same as all the organisations that we support; we felt that should be reflected...

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Why service directories do not work

Let’s talk about directories. As more and more services are being designed to help people navigate an ever more complicated health and social care landscape, directories have become seen as one of the first things that any self-respecting health economy commissions....

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Introducing Referral Tool

We've built Referral Tool to provide a quick and easy way to identify the most appropriate local services to refer clients to. We have found that it is common with face to face services that issues that clients want help and support with are beyond the ability of a...

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What are system outcomes and why should we fear them?

As you would expect we support any move that switches the focus of providing services away from the activity that takes place to the achievements that result. Effectiveness will always be more important than how busy you look. Having said that we are always concerned...

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What are personal risk maps?

The common theme that runs through all of our products is how we use Risk Maps to identify the issues that people present to services. This post sets out what we mean by Risk Maps and sets out how easy they are to use in face to face work.. In the course of our work,...

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What is whole person assessment?

The concept of whole person assessment seems to be getting more attention recently as it is at the core of community navigator and social prescribing projects. I believe that it is relevant to all organisations that support clients and should be the standard in how we...

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