Traverse: Data Collection

Social workers can collect quality data from anywhere without duplicate entry.

Social workers are frequently forced to manually enter child or family demographic information into state and county forms, which is an inefficient use of their time, especially when interacting with clients.

Traverse reduces duplicate entry by providing an easy and efficient data collection tool accessible from anywhere. Social workers can complete state and local forms that are highly structured, enter case notes and narratives, and enter other supporting information important to the case. In stressful situations, or when working remotely, social workers gather essential data and save a draft to complete later so they can fully focus on clients.



Autofills Case, Client, & Service Provider Information

Traverse autofills client, case, and service provider data into state and county electronic forms. Social workers can complete additional information and then make the data available to other systems in the agency. By reducing manual, duplicate data entry, social workers have more enhanced interactions with clients, increasing the potential for a positive case outcome.

Sign Electronic Forms

Clients, social workers, and supervisors can collect, complete, and sign forms electronically, regardless of their location or level of connectivity. This eliminates redundant processes and accelerates the social worker’s ability to positively impact clients’ future safety and wellbeing.

Electronic Forms are Automatically Included in Case File

Completed forms are automatically connected to the client, case, and/or service provider, allowing the social worker to save time and keep the case file organized.

Data Quality and Interoperability

Data entered into Traverse can be shared across agency systems, such as a Comprehensive Child Welfare Information System (CCWIS). Traverse communicates with other systems, allowing for bi-directional data exchange to reduce human errors that happen when social workers reenter data into multiple systems.