eLogic Model Manager Description
Clients complete self-sufficiency assessments as part of their services. These assessments rank self-sufficiency in terms of 12 core scales; education, emergency assistance, employment, food and nutrition, health insurance for children, health insurance for adults, household budgeting (financial literacy), housing, primary health care, and transportation. Because each core scale includes several outcome scales, there are a total of 86 possible scales that can be used to assess the self-sufficiency of each client and their barriers to work.
The system creates graphics in 'stop-light' colors to provide a clear visual presentation of each client's situation - green is "thriving" and red is "in crisis." Transitions between categories on this spectrum are interpreted as movement toward or away from general self-sufficiency and well-being.
- Includes the official eLogic Model® scales
- Over a decade of research. We know the right questions to ask.
- Reports that allow tracking of all interventions and their related outcomes
- Track ROI: All interventions have a value. Was it worth the outcome?
- Data Easy In: User Interface reduces time and redundancy
- Data Easy Out: Reporting built to deliver at a glance results
- Management Reporting: Who is doing what? Are all intake fields entered? Are follow up appointments being kept?
- Customization: Use our assessments and intake boxes or create your own
The eLogic Model® Manager is a comprehensive intake, assessment and client management system that accounts for need, services, and outcomes, fundamental components of agency accountability, transparency and management.
Within the structure of the eLogic Model® Manager is a traditional logic model with “logic units” in program operations, (mission, need, intervention, projected results, actual results), and “logic units” in program accountability, (measurement tool, data source, and frequency of data collection and reporting, including personnel assigned to function).
It is this traditional logic model enhanced with an “electronic,” or software driven database that is used to collect information about client and agency performance.