Combining human tasks with an electronic workflow can get complicated. Fast-moving, dynamic, unforeseen situations arise regularly. You, and your case management software, need to keep up.
CMA offers smart case management solutions for Human Services. We build business applications to deliver the experiences public sector workers need.
While managing their participation in the WIC program, retailers deserve an easy interface to provide information to the state.
VenderWeb facilitates a faster authorization process that supports every peer group retailer.
CMA has a long track record of serving state Child Welfare Agencies in this critical and challenging program.
Our user-driven approach supports Child Welfare workers in both their office and field work processes. Our goal is to help our clients ensure the highest degree of service provided to the public.
When COVID-19 increased pressure on New Jersey’s low-income communities, the state wanted to ensure food assistance support accessibility.
CMA will attend the 2019 Biennial NWA WIC Technology, Program Integrity, and Vendor Management Education & Networking Conference and Exhibits in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma from September 17-19, 2019.
CMA, together with our partner, CareDirector, has been selected by the Connecticut Department of Children and Families (DCF) to develop the Careline Child Protective Services (CPS) Report and Online Reporting functionality in CT-KIND (Kid’s Information Network Database).
After a three-month period of pilot operations, CMA (in collaboration with the Arizona Department of Health Services) began a state-wide rollout of the new HANDS system, which replaces the award-winning AIM system.
The NWA 2016 Annual Education and Training Conference & Exhibits was held in Cincinnati on May 22, 2016.
Arizona Business Daily recently featured CMA’s work launching eWIC and rolling out EBT compliance into HANDS, two and a half years ahead of the federal mandate.
In a recent MIS Alternatives Analysis Study presented at the 2017 NWA WIC Technology Conference, local agency staff was asked to evaluate five WIC MIS Systems, including HANDS.