Appriss Insights Blog

Why is Recidivism so Common?

The Challenges of Successful Prisoner Reentry More than half of prisoners are re-arrested within two years of their initial release. Eighty percent recidivate within seven years.  When government and commercial organizations prioritize breaking this.

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Got Incarceration Data? Evaluating the leading industry sources

Through its Incarceration, Justice, and Risk Intelligence solutions, Appriss provides access to real-time, nationwide incarceration data. In this Article: SSA's PUPS FBI NCIC Incarceration Data Aggregators FBI NGI Rap Back Service Appriss Although.

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Technology for Good: Using data science to validate Appriss-sourced incarceration data

Appriss Inc. was founded over 20 years ago with a very simple belief: technology can do a lot of good in society.

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5 Medicaid Trends Impacting Continuity of Care for Incarcerated Beneficiaries

As the state of Medicaid evolves, certain industry trends emerge. Detrimental effects of such trends, if not addressed properly, can include disruptions in continuity of care for vulnerable populations (e.g., incarcerated Medicaid beneficiaries), as.

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The Evolution of Child Support Obligations: Meeting Incarcerated Parents “Where They Are”

MEETING INCARCERATED PARENTS “WHERE THEY ARE” Enacted over 40 years ago, the United States Child Support Enforcement (CSE) Program now faces a new set of realities that challenge the success of this essential program.

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The Mental Health Crisis in the U.S. Prison System

INFORMED MEDICAID COVERAGE AND THE NEED FOR CONTINUITY OF CARE The United States incarcerates more people than any other country in the world, with 2.2 million inmates currently in custody−a 500% increase over the past 30 years. Individuals.

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Navigating the Medicaid Landscape for Incarcerated Beneficiaries

In 2017, 2.3 million people were incarcerated in our nation’s prisons and jails — a staggering 500% increase over the last 40 years. Those who are incarcerated also represent some of the most high-need, high-cost individuals requiring medical care..

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New Mexico-based workforce agency thrilled with Appriss’ cross-match results

Unemployment insurance is an important government-run public benefit available to Americans who become unemployed through no fault of their own. Unemployment insurance gives its beneficiaries continued financial stability and has helped keep.

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