Who are Whaioro Trust?
Whaioro Trust are Maori Mental Health and Addiction specialists. They support people experiencing Mental Health issues into employment and/or training. Assisting rangatahi (youth) to overcome Alcohol and Drug issues and provide alternative education to students from Manawatu, Horowhenua and Waiopehu Colleges.
In 1998 the Health Funding Authority (at the time) approached Brad Grimmer – CEO for Mash Trust in Palmerston North and Dennis Emery – CEO for Te Runanga O Raukawa Inc., (TROR) based in Otaki regarding a joint venture between two health providers aimed at providing supported accommodation, employment and training opportunities for mental health clients and Whaioro Trust was formed.
How Does FileVision Health Help?
FileVision Health is perfectly placed to assist with Whaioro Trusts day to day operations by providing one complete system to effectively maintain service information on the Trust’s clients, documents and other resources. To ensure that client records are standardised and easily accessible to all staff and clients/funders for example where appropriate. FileVision Health help’s providers intelligently link and match information and documents to important data objects such as people, companies, processes and assets. This ensures ease of reporting and increases operational productivity at a reduced cost for the Trust.
FileVision Health Connects Everything
The FileVision Health application provides the Trust with one centralised client database, incorporating simple and effective linkages between data captured and documentation that’s filed.
- Ease of reporting
- Easy sharing of information between offices and service locations.
For example, providers with multiple locations can now see information about their clients when the clients are receiving specialist treatments, including follow-up with relatives and family.
All documentation including funding forms, invoices regarding grants etc can be saved and accessed instantly, supported by the integration of automatic actions and workflows.