Next generation child welfare services

Next generation child welfare services

​With ‘Modulus Barn’, the Norwegian Child Welfare Services get a state-of-the-art, GDPR-compliant case management platform. It combines user-friendly functionality with effective reporting and streamlined case management, enabling caseworkers to center their efforts on the children in need.

The Child Welfare Services had become increasingly challenged by obsolete systems in recent years. Not having the right tools limited their ability to offer high quality case management and there was a growing need for more secure handling of sensitive information. Together, this necessitated the transition to a modern digital platform.

Developed by Netcompany, the Modulus Barn solution is part of the national initiative ‘DigiBarnevern’ which has been established to strengthen the quality of child welfare services. The project is a collaboration between the Norwegian government and the largest municipalities of Norway which, together, represent one third of the Norwegian population.

With Modulus Barn, the Child Welfare Services get a state-of-the-art, GDPR-compliant platform, combining user-friendly functionality with effective reporting and streamlined case management.

Based on ‘AMPLIO’ — Netcompany’s modern and versatile case management platform designed for complex case management in ministries or public organisations — the solution provides full support for all tasks performed by Child Welfare Services, including assessments, investigations, implementing protective measures, and preventative work

Results

  • The solution instills a new level of quality in the Child Welfare Services’s case management and is fully GDPR-compliant
  • Case workers spend less time on administrative tasks and more time delivering timely, equal and fair services to children and families across the country
  • Flexible solution that can seamlessly scale and adapt to future needs
  • Effective distribution of information across Child Welfare Services and with its collaborators

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Kjetil Westgaard

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