Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
IDD Software for New Levels of Efficiency and Effectiveness
Core's Cx360 EHR was created for the specific challenges and needs surrounding Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) services. Our advanced logic analytics help facilities evaluate costs, maximize reimbursements and automate daily tasks, so you can focus on your consumers.
Core’s Cx360: The Right Technology for the Demands of IDD Service Providers
Configurable workflows that are specific to your roles and tasks make it easy for your team to complete next steps and adhere to evidence-based best practices. More complete and structured documentation, outcomes tracking, and the Cx360’s AI and analytics come together to provide new insights into quality and costs of care.
A Value-Added Platform Built for Value-Based Care
When your practice management software is built for better outcomes and your world of care, accountability, process excellence and the ability to adapt to the changing healthcare landscape become the easier part of the job. Get the Core Cx360 platform and get back to the business you’re here for: helping clients overcome their challenges.
Designed for IDD Providers
The Core Cx360 Platform wasn’t just designed for behavioral and community health, it was engineered from the ground up, with advanced logic, artificial intelligence, great mobile support and a modern, seamless interface that makes it easy to learn and use.
One Powerful, Unified Platform
From pre-visit paperwork done remotely by clients to the right measures and mandates in place for your region and organization, to pre-set (but customizable) workflows, all the way through billing, Core Solutions gives you one interface, one platform, one solution for all your day to day care needs.
Configurable For Your Organization
The Cx360 Platform brings robust functionality to the table right out of the box but is also highly personalizable; an extension of your everyday work that grows with you and can easily evolve as needs, trends and your world of care changes.
Better IDD Software Equals Better Outcomes
The Core Solutions Cx360 EHR Platform is the streamlined, intuitive way to power your organization day to day with four game-changing, business-wide features that help clear the way for caring and the client-centered work that’s top of your to-do list.
Providing Services to People With IDD
IDDs are typically present from the time someone is born. They affect the trajectory of the person's development in multiple aspects, including emotional, physical and intellectual.
People with IDD may have an intellectual disability, which begins before age 18, or a developmental disability, a broader term that encompasses both physical and intellectual disabilities. Each individual's situation is unique, requiring a customized plan. For some clients, an IDD may affect a single body system or part — for others, IDD can affect multiple systems.
IDDs fall under specific categories based on the system or systems they impact. The most common include:
- Degenerative: Degenerative disorders can be present from birth, but more often a child appears to develop on schedule, then experiences disruptions in their development. Some individuals with a degenerative disorder may not show symptoms or signs of regression until adolescence.
- Metabolic: Metabolic disorders affect how an individual processes food for growth and energy, which impacts brain and body function. Examples include congenital hypothyroidism and phenylketonuria.
- Nervous system: Nervous system disorders affect learning and intelligence by altering the function of the spinal cord, brain or nervous system. These disorders can be connected to other concerns, such as movement difficulties, language difficulties and seizures. Examples include autism spectrum disorders, fragile X syndrome and Down syndrome.
- Sensory: Sensory disorders affect how an individual's brain processes information through the five senses. There is some overlap between sensory disorders and nervous system disorders. For instance, some people with autism spectrum disorder also have sensory difficulties.
Developing a Life Plan
A unique feature of treating people with IDD is the development of a life plan. The goal is to map out a way for an individual with IDD to live as independently as possible. Developing a life plan requires a holistic approach as well as IDD software with the functions required to optimize the plan.
While each individual's life plan can vary based on their age and services needed, the document will typically include:
- A list of the client's strengths
- A list of the client's goals
- A list of the client's preferences
- A list of the client's support and clinical needs, based on their assessment
- The client's habilitation goals
- A list of the services the client receives
- Back-up plans as needed
Life plans should not be set in stone, as the client's needs will change as they grow older or their support systems change. Providers need IDD software that is functional and adaptable based on each client's unique requirements.