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Let your data take your client outcomes to higher grounds

Cross-agency data integration and care coordination tools for health and human service professionals

Unlimited Insights into Target Population Needs and Risk Factors

Integrating Factors' suite of tools links client data across service systems and provides a unified cross-agency view of client needs and risk factors, enabling policy analysts and case managers plan comprehensive services and improve outcomes.

Data Integration

Unlock the information in your existing information systems and easily import it into the Care Data Warehouse.

Policy and Program Analytics

Spend less time worrying about data integration issues and more time conducting analysis, making policy recommendations and guiding practice.

Single View of Client

Enable your human services professionals and provider agencies to have a comprehensive and shared view of each client’s unique needs, risk factors and service history.

Care Coordination

Foster cross-program information sharing, coordination and collaboration among case workers to help guide the development of more appropriate plans of care. Reduce fragmentation of services while maximizing resources to promote client self-sufficiency and well-being.

How It Works

Under the hood, our Interagency Client Identity Management (ICIM) capability has advanced features to create and manage “client record clusters”, maximizing the power of the match process, while minimizing false positives and negatives. Client record clusters are continually re-evaluated for integrity and reconfigured if necessary as client data changes within the service system silos.


The analytics tools allow data analysts and caseworkers to organize, segment and analyze matched and linked client populations based upon a variety of criteria. These extensive tools let you identify the types and timelines of services provided by various service systems; the needs, risk and protective factors for each client and their families; unique episodic or recidivistic service patterns; and the disposition and service linkages at the conclusion of services.

At a Glance


Years of Experience


HHS Users Served




Client Profiles


Program Areas Served

Programs Served

Child Protection Programs
Behavioral Health Programs
Homeless Services
Prevention Services

Are You Ready to Accelerate Your Programs?

Leverage your client data to drive policy analytics and care coordination.

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