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Services & Features

CAMS features include:

  • Requires only the most basic computer literacy level
  • Accessible from multiple worksites simultaneously
  • Meets all legal requirements for security and privacy protection
  • Accommodates a wide range of programs and services
  • Minimizes the duplication of data entry
  • A simple web browser interface makes it easy for users to search for, find and view the required data
  • All data backed up and stored in Canada
  • 100% owned and located in British Columbia
  • Training, support, and help-desk services are provided
  • Capacity to scan for completeness of files
  • Allows agencies to control access to file through a variety of user levels

Design Principles

  • Data entered is owned by the agency. The code is owned by BJPCAMS
  • CAMS is designed to encourage strengths-based practice
  • CAMS limits data input to information that can be used to improve quality of service to the people served, and avoids collecting information that is superfluous
  • CAMS is designed to provide evidence of credible data.
  • CAMS’s support team works with each agency to meet its individual needs and to gain the maximum benefit from using CAMS
  • CAMS pricing considers the financial constraints of the non-profit social services sector and of each participating agency
  • CAMS is designed to provide optimal reporting levels for agencies; neither so many reports that they are redundant, nor so few that they fail to meet reporting needs


CAMS is a cloud service designed specifically for community service agencies. The wealth of data it provides improves performance, good practice, and research. CAMS benefits include:
  • Tracks waitlists, program participation, outcomes, and milestones
  • Increases the ability to manage cases and plan the work with each person served
  • Supports clinical supervision and management oversight
  • Supports reporting to funders, stakeholders, and accreditors
  • Produces a variety of reports including annual statistics, incident summaries and service summaries
  • Enhances ability to track time spent on each case
  • Supports compliance with Commission on Accreditation and Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) and Council on Accreditation (COA) standards
  • Improves performance, good practice, and research