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Liquidlogic Adults' social care system

The Liquidlogic Adults' social care system is designed to be used by social workers, professionals in partner agencies such as health providers, the third sector and service users and carers.

The system provides flexible and comprehensive functionality to enable the management of contacts, referrals, assessment, reablement plans, care commissioning, personal budgets, self-funders, safeguarding, DOLS, provider management, financial management and financial assessment; all within a logical and easy to navigate workflow, which can be tailored to reflect Local Authorities’ working practices.

There are integrated solutions for citizen access and interaction with their case, and portals for providing information and signposting.

The seamless integration that the Adults' social care system shares with the embedded finance module, ContrOCC, puts financial information and control at the heart of the care management process.

22% - Time saved by East Sussex County Council using Liquidlogic, compared with the legacy system.

A high proportion of customers using Liquidlogic Adults' system also use the Liquidlogic Children's social care system. The two systems can operate independently, or as part of an integrated whole. Liquidlogic solutions allow data to be re-used as appropriate to save practitioner time and protect the individual.

Liquidlogic

Liquidlogic, a System C company, is the fastest growing provider of social care IT solutions to Local Authorities in the UK with more than 80 customer implementations.

Our solutions provide for the effective management of services to vulnerable children, including those at risk and in care, as well as services to adults, including the elderly and those with learning and physical disabilities.

For a full list of Liquidlogic solutions and further information, visit www.liquidlogic.co.uk

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