Non-Profits

BeneVets (Claims/Veterans)

BeneVets is a secure national SaaS system that assists Veterans Administration (VA)-accredited representatives (VSOs and state agencies) with claim development, document management, and case management, greatly improving the accuracy of claims filed with the VA. It will soon be the first system to be able to submit claims electronically to the VA. The system also supports the BeneVets Card, a pre-paid card that helps veterans get their VA awards quickly and safely, and includes a nationwide pharmacy discount plan. The card acts like a checking account for non-banked and under-banked veterans, and homeless veterans as well. The system is licensed to BeneVets, LLC, and is hosted on our secure private cloud infrastructure.

BeneVets was presented a 2015 Virginia Governor's Technology Award:

The Virginia Department of Veterans Services has improved functionality of an existing service and created an efficient, effective and productive platform that benefits both the agency and the veterans it serves. The BeneVets Automated Claims Application allows the agency to develop and submit veteran claims to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs entirely through electronic processes. The application eliminates extensive paper usage, significantly reduces postage and supply cost and most importantly, decreases the time it takes for a veteran's claim to move through the state and federal process. New quality controls significantly reduce errors; its use has substantially reduced the backlog of veterans' claims. Virginia is the first and only state to utilize and implement a completely electronic veterans claims filing system.

Healthcare Non-Profit Resources Scheduling, Workflow, and Data Management

A community-based non-profit with hundreds of employees and over 10,000 participants with disabilities and their families in the state of Georgia required an integrated management system for their innovative programs including residential support, employment services, respite care, family support, in-home care, and day programs. Each of these programs has unique needs and requirements, all related to the healthcare and integration into the community for those they serve. This service must be highly coordinated both between programs, but also with state and federal agencies. To this end, The Intellection Group built the system enabling delivery of services to the community, tracking those services and their outcomes to provide better care and to meet the very strict governmental requirements for reporting, documentation, security, and privacy.  This required a wide variety of software applications that intake all necessary information to work with the individuals in need, to schedule staff, to record staff time spent at each in-home location, to document the services supplied and progress achieved. We developed specialized middleware to push/pull information to/from systems of record like CIS (DMA6/7, ISP, Budgets, certificates, allergies, etc), saving staff hundreds of person-hours per year and helping to ensure in-house systems were in-sync with systems at the state level. This also included integration of internal systems like payroll, accounting, and human resources to create end-to-end solutions. On-going consulting services have included creation of a Contractor education and certification system, a Respite system, IVR/Timetracking system, integrated full Document Management services, and other 3rd-party system integrations.  

Medical Non-Profit

Architected and led a team in developing a system to track consumers receiving medical care, expense vouchers, departmental budgets, and vendor payments for one of the largest autism centers in the U.S. and one of only three NIH Autism Centers of Excellence

Animal Health Information System/Disease Surveillance

We assisted in the development of a report module in support and innovative technology platform in the area of Animal & Human Health Surveillance/Data Warehouse. The system is a blend of wireless and analytics technology and assists clients in the United States and in parts of Africa.

HouseMate Match (Marcus Jewish Community Center)

Housemate Match is a unique housing program that links people who have an extra room in their homes with adults who need a place to live and pays a monthly rent. We were part of a group contributing pro bono hours to creating a system that supported all aspects of this program, including a unique matching algorithm that ranked all potential matches in both directions. The system maintained a database of frailer homeowners in need of transportation, housekeeping and companionship, and a database of potential tenants who can live-in and pay less or no rent. The system also supported the screening and interview processes, and provided email and reporting functionality as well.