AutoMon Involvement Management System (AIMS) blends today’s latest technologies with Specialty Court best practices and standards to provide the most comprehensive case and data management system available for all Specialty Courts, including Drug Courts, DUI Courts, Veterans Courts, Mental Health Courts and Tribal Healing Courts. With a focus on improving collaboration between Specialty Court team members – Judges, attorneys, case managers, mentors, treatment providers – AIMS automates all aspects of Specialty Court operations from referral, screening, intake, case file management, graduated responses, treatment, drug and alcohol testing, Phase progression, document assembly and management, report generation and Data Analysis.
Access to data that provides valuable insight into your Specialty Court’s participants and your program’s effectiveness
Securely store participant and court documents in AIMS’ HIPAA compliant document manager and easily generate custom reports with the AIMS Microsoft Word Plugin
AIMS simplifies Referrals, Assessments and Completing Intakes allowing staff to focus on what matters, the participants
Drug Testing & Contacts
AIMS allows Program Staff to manage drug testing groups, randomization, testing devices, reporting requirements, contact schedules and SMS reminders
Leveraging robust user permissions & MS Azure Government’s HIPAA compliant hosting platform, AIMS allows treatment providers access to Plans & Programs.
Whether it’s a Sanction or Phase Requirement, AIMS users are able to assign and manage Community Service hours and work sites.
From program billing to drug testing fees, manage accounting obligations, track payments and produce receipts all within AIMS
Maintain visibility into program staff and participant tasks by utilizing AIMS’ Agenda and Calendar
Highly configurable to allow multiple tracks, phases, docket schedules, drug testing groups & milestones. Simplifying the scheduling and tracking progress
Notifications & Reminders
Keep staff informed through the notifications tab, exposing participant events deemed urgent. Remind participants of upcoming hearings and notify random drug testing selections via SMS messages or robocalls.