National Health Foundation has evolved over the years to meet the needs of the Southern California community.
Today, they address social determinants of health for under-resourced communities to improve health and begin to resolve health inequities.
Their current programming includes aiding people experiencing homelessness who have just been discharged from local hospital care and moving them into housing.
In reflection of this programming, National Health Foundation saw a need to upgrade their technology to improve this decade-old program. When they approached Ledgeview after being referred to the firm from an industry peer, they were looking for a solution to complement this specific program.
“We needed to upgrade the way we were tracking internally, and reporting externally,” says Danielle Cameron, Chief Strategy Officer at National Health Foundation.
“We needed a better way to document their journeys moving through the program as a person experiencing homelessness coming out of the hospital and moving toward permanent housing.”
National Health Foundation chose Microsoft Dynamics 365 for a few key reasons after looking at several solutions.
Since they were already on the Office 365 platform, they felt they were “partially there” already due to the perceived ease of integration. HIPAA compliance was a huge selling-point for selecting the platform.
Microsoft currently helps users accelerate their deployment of HIPAA/HITRUST solutions, complying with the HITECH Act, on Azure.
In Microsoft Dynamics 365, they found a solution that helped them sustain compliance and best serve their programming; and, in Ledgeview, they found a responsive partner that helped them exceed deadlines while offering essential ongoing support past the initial phase of development.
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