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How Cloud-based Platform LifeWIRE is Becoming a Critical Lifeline for Homeless Vets

Richmond, Virginia-based LifeWIRE is working to address this problem (of Veteran homelessness) through its cloud-based communication platform. LifeWIRE creates a virtual support team of case managers, pharmacists, and clinicians for homeless veterans. Support teams can check in on homeless veterans via text message, allowing the vets to get help without having to interact directly with an authority figure.
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Outreach & Empowerment: Helping Homeless Veterans

Homeless Veterans require a balanced psychosocial environment to make substantive social change. This requires a coordinated effort to supply secure housing, nutritional meals, basic physical health care, substance abuse care and aftercare, mental health counseling, personal development and empowerment. Specific to employment, veterans need specialized assistance bridging their military skills with civilian job assessments, training, and placement. Ironically, most of these services are curren...
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Howard Rosen (LifeWIRE CEO) speaking at TIA 2016 on "Guess Who Is Dining On Your Data" in Dallas on June 7

Healthcare, farming, retail, energy, automotive, and banking are some of the verticals using big data to facilitate, streamline, and automate operations. However: How do we balance data security with accessibility? How can companies make consumers feel safe and stay engaged while sharing their data in this time of continual database breaches? How can machine based IoT platforms and applications securely share, capture, manage and utilize the data they access? Join industry experts as they explor...
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LifeWIRE Insights: Substance Use and Outreach

As an invaluable aid for the Substance Use (“SU”) population, participants, whether case managers, schedulers, pharmacy, or clinicians are looking to build a ‘virtual relationship’ with their treatment populations. The ‘anonymous relationship’ is key to success with SU population. This facilitates a relationship where the client can have multiple interactive conversations with the treatment team, and address issues about recovery without having to deal directly with a clinician. The ...
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Improving Outcomes for Transitional Population Management and Persons with Serious Mental Illness: Assisted Outpatient Treatment and Interactive SMS Communications

Written by Cathie Hughes, Dr. William Harms, Howard Rosen Over ten million people over the age of 18 suffer with a serious mental illness (SMI). The SMI population is disproportionately counted amongst those who are at risk for homelessness, are engaged in violent crime, commit suicide, and have a high recidivism rate in the criminal justice system. Approximately 4 % of this population represents the most serious conditions. This subpopulation is more likely to exhibit adverse levels of dai...
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