Coalescent and Looking Local
Who is Coalescent? Coalescent Limited was born out of a collaboration project launched in the public sector to address the Digital aspects of the incoming Liberty Protection Safeguards, and are the product owners of CoLiberty - DoLs and LPS Case Management Software. Specialists in building cloud-based innovative software products. Addressing real Responsible Body challenges, blended seamlessly with best practice and have customers spanning across the Public Sector, Health and Private Sectors.
What is CoLiberty: The essential cloud-based DoLs and LPS case management for Supervisory and Responsible Bodies.
LPS is coming soon! Get your IT systems in place to support your Social Workers, Nurses, Assessors and Doctors with the forthcoming rollout.
CoLiberty Software Features: CoLiberty - Our essential cloud-based DoLS and LPS case management software is for Supervisory and Responsible Bodies and features:
Sharing of data across organisational boundaries Collaborative assessments Case management Production of the pre-authorisation review Digital notification/referral process Professionally written plain english guidance Secure access Evidence/supporting document upload Reporting tools
Funded by Industry Experts CoLiberty was funded by NHS Digital, 5 Collaborating LA’s & their health Partners: Kirklees Council Bristol City Council Coventry City Council Dorset Council Royal Borough Windsor and Maidenhead
Looking Local, co-owned by Kirklees Council (Huddersfield, West Yorkshire), creates innovative, cost-effective digital platforms that are transforming the public sector in the UK.
Looking Local are working with over 30% of Adult Social Care-responsible local authorities, including trailblazer Blackpool Council, to ensure they are prepared for the upcoming reform.
We are responsible for developing BetterCare Finance (financial assessments for care) and BetterCare Support (care and support assessments - CSA). Both products are fully digital, focusing on end-users and giving them the ability to completely self-serve their Financial and CSA assessments. These products are delivering measurable financial and efficiency savings for multiple local authorities across the country and provide the ability to keep pace with the expected significant increase in assessments with the forthcoming reforms.
Working alongside these platforms, we are currently underway with a Independent Personal Budget (IPB) and Care Cap Account cofund, all led by Halton, Kirklees, Lincolnshire and Walsall. These councils are co-designing a digital solution to generate an end-user’s independent personal budget (IPB) and associated self service digital care cap account, which the council and the service user can rely on in terms of the incoming Adult Social Care funding reforms.