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Empowering the Helpers: An Interview with Chief Information Officer, Lonnie Johnson

KVC Health Systems CIO Lonnie Johnson

In this interview, CIO Lonnie Johnson shares how technology fuels everything we do at KVC and how it helps our clients.

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Better Foster Care Software? Kansas Nonprofit Is Leading the Charge

KVC Health Systems’ Care is a software suite of foster care, child welfare and behavioral health case management tools. Everything in Care is mobile-friendly which improves work and benefits families.

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KVC Health Systems Names Lonnie Johnson as First Chief Information Officer

KVC Health Systems CIO

Johnson has been with the organization for 17 years, most recently as Executive Vice President of Business Information Technology.

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4 Ways Parents Can Protect Their Teens From Depression and Anxiety

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The economy, national tragedies, technology and social media are impacting young people’s development, creating a rise in teen depression and anxiety.

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The White House Hosts First-Ever Technology Hackathon to Improve Foster Care

White House hosts foster care and technology hackathon

Non-profit organizations, child welfare leaders, philanthropists, engineers and leaders from the technology sector attended a two-day event to discuss ways to improve the foster care system through technology-focused solutions.

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Spring 2016 “KVC Matters” Newsletter Now Available

2016 KVC Spring Newsletter online now

Read the latest stories of how KVC is helping children and families across the U.S.

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New Software Digitizes Case Planning, Benefitting Families

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Safe & Connected™ allows social workers to spend less time documenting and more time using their gifts and insights to help children and families.

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KVC’s MyLink™ Telehealth Project Completes Pilot Testing, Moves to Distribution

When fully implemented, MyLink will use iPads to transform care delivered to children in over 1,000 foster families in Kansas, Nebraska, Kentucky and West Virginia.

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KC Digital Drive Features KVC’s Innovative MyLink™ Telehealth Program

MyLink is one of the first programs in the country to apply telehealth to a foster care setting and will soon serve more than 1,000 families nationwide.

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