PSNI’s partners and affiliations represent a large network of valuable expertise and professional advocacy.
When combined with PSNI products, our partner network offers resources that facilitate stable data exchange, increase communication and open new channels.
Our partners have made a strong commitment with us to co-develop seamless solutions and services. Together, we provide you with the strongest technological and strategic advantages within your health clinics.
Student Information Systems (SIS)
PowerSchool ISV Partner
PowerSchool is the leading education technology platform for K-12, serving more than 32 million students and 100 million users in over 70 countries around the world. We provide the industry’s first Unified Classroom experience with best-in-class, secure, and compliant online solutions, including registration, SIS, learning management and classroom collaboration, assessment, analytics, and special education management.
MMS, by Computer Resources, is a Student Information Platform that provides comprehensive data to educators, parents, and students. The Modular Management System for Schools allows stakeholders to implement performance-oriented applications exactly when and how they need to in order to create optimal learning environments for their students.
Rediker Software Partner
Rediker Software provides complete school management software and secure, mobile-ready school-to-home communication for PK-12 schools around the world. Our integrated solutions include student web gradebooks, parent/student portals, admissions, mobile apps and more. Our solution is fully integrated with SNAP Health Center. Rediker offers experience, reliability and outstanding technical support.
eSchool Approved Solution
eSchool Plus, now under the PowerSchool umbrella, streamlines the management of a K-12 student information system so that school administrators and teachers can focus on what’s most important — giving students the best education possible. Our intuitive, scalable, and secure student information management system is designed to smartly manage student data.
Schooltool is a 100% web-based, student management system backed by a 100% dedicated team. Built specifically to meet the needs of New York State’s schools, Schooltool enables districts to seamlessly integrate multiple roles into a single intuitive interface. This provides all levels of users exactly the functionality they need, when and how they need it.
CompuClaim Preferred Partner
CompuClaim’s focus is delivering the highest quality school based Medicaid billing services to school districts. Our commitment to quality of services makes us one of the industry leaders for school based Medicaid programs. CompuClaim has a proven record of superior Medicaid reimbursement results which we achieve through our close teaming efforts, expertise, and knowledge of school based Medicaid services.
Frontline Education Preferred Partner
Frontline Special Ed & Interventions™ helps address the various needs and manages the complexity of special education for students with special needs, including state-specific, compliance enhancing solutions in IEP management and Medicaid tracking and claim management. Frontline streamlines the entire process to return time and much-needed resources to special education and intervention providers and practitioners.
New England Medical Billing (NEMB) is a comprehensive medical billing management and administrative service that maximizes district revenue opportunities. Since 1993, NEMB’s experience in more than 60 municipalities and schools has sharpened its operations to school based Medicaid claiming and billing. We work closely with Financial and Special Education personnel to thoroughly compile every aspect of essential claim data information.
Since 1998, TSBS has been providing efficient and innovative solutions for Texas school districts’ special education programs. TSBS strives to maximize SHARS Medicaid reimbursement and compliance while minimizing the administrative burden, allowing our clients to focus their time and effort on the important needs of special education students.