Three more local authorities turn to digital to transform Education, Health and Care planning
- Published: 06 April 2018
A further three local authorities will rollout the EHC Hub from Idox’s Open Objects to streamline the Education, Health and Care (EHC) process and facilitate easier collaboration across teams.
Staffordshire County Council, Lincolnshire County Council and Salford City Council are the latest to implement a more person-centred approach to EHC planning and care, bringing the total number of Hub customers to ten within its first year of launch. Such expansion will see the platform support more than 25,000 EHC plan reviews this year alone.
With the latest release of the Hub now launched, local authorities will also be able to take advantage of additional functionality that enables them to fully engage families and professionals in the annual Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) review process, as well as the initial 20-week assessment and planning pathway.
By providing a secure and central online environment to manage EHC Plans and annual reviews collectively, the Hub delivers greater transparency for professionals, families and young people, while helping councils review the progress being made to ensure positive outcomes are achieved for those in their care.
To find out more about the EHC Hub, visit openobjects.com or call 01223 422200.