Our web-based network consists of private entities, non-profits, charitable organizations, veterans’ resources and government agencies — anyone with a vested interest in getting people the help they need.
Once an organization enters a person into Julota, they can work with or refer him to other resources who can help with his care. The platform uniquely identifies the individual, securely captures and aggregates his data,and safely shares his protected health information between the appropriate organizations.
For each person referred within the system, the responsible organization can create a Care Team and specific tasks for each person on the team. A task can be anything, including conducting an assessment or enrolling a person into a community program. By creating a to-do list for each member of the team, our connected communities work together to help the person receive the best care possible.
We define a connected community as an integrated system that efficiently coordinates the delivery of services to at-risk populations through many providers across a multi-county region. A connected community can uniquely identify individuals and their needs, safely and securely communicate with their members, and easily share information between different software systems.
Julota tracks organizations’ processes, outstanding issues, tasks and resource allocations, allowing them to look back and perform a deeper analysis of how their programs are operating. For example, an organization could compare the progress of patients in the YMCA’s diabetic weight loss program with patients referred to a similar program through United Way. Did one set have better long-term results than the other? Julota’s system allows you to make these considerations and adjust your operations accordingly.
Super Utilizer Intervention
Teen Suicide Prevention
Mobile Integrated Health
EMS Dispatch Triage