Posted on November 20 2008 in Press Releases
NASHVILLE, Tenn., Nov. 20, 2008 – Qualifacts Systems, Inc, the leading Software as a Service (SaaS) provider of enterprise software solutions for human service and behavioral health providers, today announced that Midwestern Connecticut Council on Alcoholism, Inc. (MCCA) has selected Qualifacts’ CareLogic software to improve operational performance and facilitate access to information across their organization.
“The team at MCCA conducted a thorough research, demonstration and reference-checking process. We evaluated the majority of software vendors that were supporting other providers in Connecticut,” said Joe Sullivan, CEO of MCCA. “We chose Qualifacts’ CareLogic system as it offered us the greatest flexibility and reporting capability for all of MCCA’s programs and gave us the highest confidence that we would have the information necessary to be the premier prevention and treatment organization in Connecticut.”
“This is not simply a software change; we are working with Qualifacts to improve our business processes which will result in increased productivity thereby allowing us to serve more people,” said Glenn Connan, CFO of MCCA. “I am confident Qualifacts’ CareLogic system will keep us cutting edge and give us the tools we need to continue to deliver the highest quality prevention and treatment programs possible.”
Midwestern Connecticut Council on Alcoholism, Inc. located in Danbury, Connecticut, is an affiliate of the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD), is licensed by the State of Connecticut and is CARF accredited. MCCA employs more than 175 professionals that serve approximately 4,100 clients a year across nine locations. MCCA will use CareLogic to support a wide variety of residential treatment programs (Adolescent, Adult Long-Term, Adult Short-Term, Detoxification/Evaluation and Therapeutic Group Homes) as well as Case Management, Outpatient Services and EAP programs.
“We’re very excited that MCCA has selected CareLogic for their enterprise software,” said David Klements, president and CEO of Qualifacts. “Following our recent success with Sound Community Services in New London, Connecticut, we’re pleased to be expanding our footprint in that state.”