Precious time
for care

Digital care planning and management can be delivering benefits to all care home operators. The Care Home Professional spoke to the manager of Orton Manor Nursing Home, to find out how deploying Sekoia is freeing precious time for care work.

Have a look here to read the 3-page interview with Iram Khan, to find out what thoughts and feelings are put into switching from paper to digital. 

Until recently, the majority of tools in the Orton Manor toolbox were predominantly paper-based, creating considerable demands on the care teams as they were trying to keep each resident’s care plan and medication plan up-to-date. Separate processes for care planning as well as for back office functions have made administration and care delivery tougher than necessary.

Ms Khan knew that a paperless digital system would deliver considerable efficiencies, so she made it her mission to find the right technology. And the journey has started.

Management with new
digital prerequisites

As part of a provider management team within adult social care, you are faced with a lot of complex issues and questions. From use of resource and recruitment to optimisation. Basically, how do we create the best care service from the resources at our disposal? It is a difficult question with no fixed answers. In this article, we look at how current workflows within Residential, Nursing and LD can be supported by new digital prerequisites.

23.10.2017   |   READ MORE
Aces in Places
5 characteristics of a Super User

When enabling care services through acquisition of new technology, and making that vital change from paper or admin-centric systems to a digital solution at the point of care, it’s important to remember how change requires management directions and supporting structures. One of those being the Super User or IT Champion. We prefer the first term, as IT has very little to do with succeeding in “going digital”.

23.10.2017   |   READ MORE
A Surefire Way to Boost
Your Caring Staff’s Morale

For care staff, so much of the success of delivering service to those who need help is focused on cohesion and careful planning. By utilising technology that can make caregiving run more smoothly, staff can shift their focus to care competencies, like collecting knowledge and sharing it with other staff members for optimal communication. After all, boosting competency in the care environment is beneficial for all people involved.

19.10.2017   |   READ MORE
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