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Person-Centered Network App2019-10-17T12:56:52-07:00

Within moments you can see if a person is embedded in a network of care, or not.

Person Centered Network App

We are all embedded in personal support networks, and yet they are invisible, not only to ourselves, but also the people who care for us. 

The PCN App is a strengths-based, versatile, user-friendly tool that helping professionals — like social workers, care navigators, doctors, and first responders – use with patients and clients.The goal of the tool is to improve care for that individual by identifying and visualizing their social support system, including people like friends and family that help coordinate care for them, and then using that as a starting place for prioritizing how to meet immediate needs. This tool puts the client at the center of their care experience, acknowledging and leveraging their personal relationships as a part of their wellness plan, and it helps to narrow in on strategic referrals to social service systems.

With a simple app download to any device, you can begin to explore the world of making networks visible. The app is interactive, allowing a person to “swipe” their connections, review the results, and gain insight on their personal networks in real time. It is a fully adaptable, interactive, data collection device that makes collecting network data ridiculously easy.  And to make it easy on you – all your data are stored in your data dashboards where you can view and download all your data in a clean file by respondent or survey type.  

CASE EXAMPLE: Using the PCN App to screen for Social Connectedness as a Social Determinant of Health

We are all embedded in personal support networks, yet they are invisible, not only to ourselves, but also to the people who care for us. The PCN App makes it easy to see the social connectedness of a person, find the strengths, identify the gaps, and link a person to resources.

The Person-Centered Network App is as much of a philosophy as a tool. We believe (and our research told us) that when we can visualize the social connections that make up a person’s personal networks, we can be better at all kinds of things like providing care, managing work loads, and seeing the everyday interactions among our colleagues and peers. The PCN App was built to tackle the almost impossible – understanding the social connectedness of people so we can identify gaps and fill them with resources, based on a philosophy of building personal resiliency and a belief that people want to help themselves.

The PCN App is groundbreaking with the potential to reach a greater number of people, greatly eliminate human error and communicates to the patient/client that the system is something that will adapt around them. I very much enjoyed being a part of this pilot experience. I learned something new about the way technology and mental health can work together to offer the best care possible. 

PCN App Pilot Tester

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Touchscreen lets you capture connections by swiping right

The PCN App is the only tool you can find that will let you list people/orgs (or other things), answer questions about them, and then draw the connections right on the screen. All that data are captured in the PARTNER data dashboard for you to access anytime, anywhere.

Set up your project, add respondents
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With a synced front and back end, you can make changes both in person on your mobile device, and back at your computer. You can customize your surveys, add respondents, download data, and produce reports.

Special features for your specific needs

The PCN App has the most flexible components we could think of, making it full adaptable across different types of projects and contexts. It can be used to screen patients and clients, collect information from kids, or swipe the relationships you are capturing as you go through your day.

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