Slides from our Florida Coalition to End Homelessness Presentation this week

Oct 12, 2019

The presentation featured HLynk's newest Community Data Exchange features, as well as full HMIS feature-set completion status.

2020 HUD HMIS Data Standards in HSLynk

Oct 09, 2019

The latest HUD homelessness data standard is now built into HSLynk!

HSLynk Open Source's steady march toward being a full Homeless Management Information System (HMIS)

Sep 13, 2019

Update: HSLynk’s HMIS feature set is progressing rapidly, due in Q1 2020.  Once complete, you can add full HMIS compliance into your own products.

HSLynk's two new features: client merge/unmerge and HMIS APR web delivery features

Sep 08, 2019

When HSLynk automatically matches client records, sometimes you may disagree with that match. These new APIs let you alter the match.

Golden View for Community Data Exchanges (CDEx)

Aug 16, 2019

HSLynk now has a Golden View feature, providing a consistent, linked view of a client, updated by all the warehoused data sources.

Using the R programming language with HSLynk Open Source for statistical analysis

Jul 04, 2019

This article shows how to query data using R's dplyr package to analyze US Dept of Housing and Urban Development Homeless Management Information System (HUD HMIS) data. HMIS is just one human services application of the HSLynk Platform as a Service, but homelessness is a large and growing problem, so let's use it for our example.

HSLynk open source is adding a new message subscription framework for your apps

Jun 17, 2019

We've come a long way with automation features in HSLynk via APIs, but platform independent push notifications will keep 3rd party human services apps abreast of the latest client and service information available

How open source HSLynk's Community Data Exchange (CDEx) aligns with the San Diego Community Information Exchange's design principles

May 24, 2019

Since 2014, the HSLynk open source data sharing framework has independently been working on a very similar project to ConnectWell San Diego. Luckily, going through the principles and model overview listed for ConnectWell’s Information Sharing Model document, there is almost complete principle alignment, with a few minor differences.

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