Columbiana County Board of MR/DD Chooses Q ContinuumTM System

Cincinnati, Ohio (PressExposure) March 17, 2008 -- Q Continuum System, CH Mack’s industry leading Continuum of Case Management software solution, contains a complete suite of functions supporting “best in class” case management processes utilized by today’s leading health and human service organizations.

The implementation of Q Continuum System will allow the Columbiana County Board of MR/DD to increase focus on the cost effectiveness and efficiency of its services and continue moving toward consumer-directed care, which helps fulfill the agency's mission of supporting people with disabilities and their families to achieve what is important to them.

“After a thorough investigation and evaluation of the software options available, CH Mack's Q Continuum System (Q4MRDD) emerged as the obvious choice,” said Bill Devon, superintendent of Columbiana County Board of MR/DD. “The Q Continuum System has the functionality that will allow our organization to increase quality of care to our clients while allowing us to spread our service dollars further than ever before.”

"We at CH Mack are excited to welcome the Columbiana County Board of MR/DD to our rapidly expanding user group in the state of Ohio," said Ed Carl, president and chief executive officer. “Q Continuum System, the industry’s most comprehensive and totally integrated human services case management software suite, will allow the Columbiana County Board of MR/DD to deliver better care at reduced costs while improving support of the people and families it services.”

The best practices and expertise acquired by CH Mack, a company that has served the health and human services industry for over 16 years, coupled with Q Continuum System, provide the best total solution to fulfill the Columbiana County Board of MR/DD’s care management needs well into the 21st Century.

The selection of Q Continuum System of Columbiana County Board of MR/DD followed a comprehensive process that included evaluating the industry’s best case management software solutions.

About CH Mack

CH Mack, Inc. is a leading provider of integrated Case Management software solutions for healthcare and human services organizations. For over sixteen years, CH Mack has been at the forefront of transforming Case Management for organizations throughout the United States. CH Mack’s fully integrated software solution for case management, Q Continuum System, supports a wide range of Providers including Area Agencies on Aging, hospitals, Senior Service organizations, Managed Care, and community based consortiums. The Q Continuum System enhances organizations’ ability to increase quality of care while generating significant cost savings. There are over 5000 users of Q Continuum System in key states – such as California, New York, Florida, Texas, Nevada and Ohio – serving tens of millions of senior citizens in need of case management services.

CH Mack, Inc. is headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio.

For more information on CH Mack and its innovative Case Management solutions, visit http://www.chmack.com.

About the Columbiana County Board of Mental Retardation & Developmental Disabilities

The Columbiana County Board of MR/DD provides services to individuals with disabilities and their families in Columbiana County (Ohio). It is the organization’s mission to collaborate with the community to maintain a predictable support system for families, caregivers and individuals with disabilities to help them pursue and achieve what is important to them. The driving forces behind these efforts are the agency’s volunteer board members, as well as staff, families, affiliated agencies, advocates and the individuals served by the organization.

For more information on Columbiana County Board of MR/DD, visit http://www.columbianamrdd.com.

About CH Mack, Inc.

Q Continuum case management software since 1990 serves hospitals, managed care organizations, government, and health and human services.

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Press Release Submitted On: January 20, 2008 at 12:35 pm
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