• Net Neutrality: What is it & What does it mean for AWARDS users?

    December 1st, 2017

    In order to access the internet you need an Internet Service Provider (ISP). You use an ISP to access sites across the internet by paying them a service fee, think companies like AT&T, Comcast or Verizon (cable internet companies). When working with your ISP you generally expect that since you’re paying them a service fee […]

  • Not Just a Vendor: Making Foothold Technology Your PARTNER

    April 8th, 2015

    by Ivy Raff, Implementation Consultant & Laura Marshall, Senior Project Manager A common but bothersome issue: your office copy machine breaks. The solution is pretty much one-size-fits-all. You call your copy machine vendor and they deploy a technician who disappears into the copy room, diagnoses the problem, and applies a proscribed fix. In the complex […]

  • AWARDS Featured at the International Clubhouse Seminar

    November 18th, 2013

    by Laura Marshall, Senior Project Manager.  This past October, I had the pleasure of chairing a workshop at the 17th Annual Clubhouse International Seminar held in St Louis. The session offered strategies for using data and metrics to help Clubhouses operate more efficiently and achieve long-term goals. Joining me were Andrew Schonebaum of Fountain House […]

  • New AWARDS Users Group Discusses Change to Fee-for-Service

    October 28th, 2013

    by Rachel Miller, Senior Project Manager.  Like many organizations across the nation, Behavioral Healthcare agencies in New Jersey are facing comprehensive changes to their operating environments, and are being introduced to the world of EHRs and billing for the first time. For those agencies that provide Developmental Disabilities services under the auspices of the New […]