Early Identification of Mental Illness Process (EIMI)
Early Identification of Mental Illness Process (EIMI)
Collin County
By Paul Garruson
Streamlines the early identification of mental illness process (EIMI) in the jail with e-form and workflow.
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Streamlines the early identification of mental illness process (EIMI) in the jail with e-form and workflow.
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Description
This process is initiated by a screening form submitted by a book staff when a person is booked into jail. Any "Yes" answer regarding the person's mental health is considered a red flag. The e-form is then added into the queue for the medical team to review and approve. Laserfiche Workflow generates a report from the submission form and emails it to the magistrate to sign off. All completed or incomplete forms are stored in Laserfiche Repository with appropriate records management properties with audit trail to maintain data integrity. The EIMI process is up to 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Processing time has decreases from hours a day to just minutes. Audits are so much more painless since the full history of each screening is recorded and timestamped along with the form. Timers and notifications enable screenings to take no more than 12 hours to complete from start to finish, ensuring that the county is following rules and regulations.
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Early Identification of Mental Illness Process (EIMI)
Collin County
Categories
Records Management
Industries
Government
Platforms
Cloud Template Content
Business Process4
Self-Hosted Template Content
Forms4
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