Person Centred Software
According to an article published in The Guardian on 25th November 2018, more than 1,000 care home patients have died suffering from malnutrition, dehydration or bedsores. https://www.theguardian.com/society/2018/nov/25/care-home-patients-engla...
These figures are from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) which completed an analysis of death certificates at the newspaper’s request. The ONS acknowledged that ‘it is possible that poor care may have been a factor in some of the deaths’.
Person Centred Software has partnered with PrivacyTrust, specialists in GDPR, to ensure its care home customers receive the very latest and up to date information about keeping on track with GDPR and data protection.
On Wednesday 26th September Person Centred Software hosted the first in a series of joint webinars with PrivacyTrust, entitled ‘GDPR: What’s Next’ for care homes. The online discussion looked at how homes can keep care records secure and compliant, but still accessible for staff to update and read, whenever they need to. A recording of the event is available at www.personcentredsoftware.com/gdpr.
Person Centred Software was delighted to host a Technology Day for the National Care Forum’s (NCF) Rising Stars on 20th September at its offices in Guildford.
The Rising Stars are a group of eleven individuals working in social care who have been chosen for special development by NCF. The Technology Day is part of the annual programme that aims to develop the group’s knowledge and leadership skills through mentoring and activities.
Person Centred Software is a partner of NCF and was pleased to share its knowledge of the technology industry with the Rising Stars and provide demonstrations of a wide range of innovative technologies, including GHM Care’s Nursecall integration.
Person Centred Software is delighted to announce its launch in Australia. Southport Lodge in Queensland, Australia, is the first care provider outside of the UK to use Mobile Care Monitoring (MCM), and in August 2018 they successfully passed accreditation. Residential aged care services in Australia must be accredited by the independent Australian Aged Care Quality Agency to receive government funding.
Runwood Homes Senior Living are pleased to announce their partnership with Person Centred Software and the implementation of its award winning Mobile Care Monitoring system.
Introducing this innovative care plan system at Runwood Homes residential care settings will create more efficient care teams by significantly reducing written paperwork and simplifying recording processes, giving carers more time to focus on providing good quality care to residents, whilst ensuring a high standard of care delivery evidence.