With the social care sector in need of connected care solutions more than ever before and the UK's deadline for digitising the sector draws near, care providers are increasingly adopting multiple software solutions to streamline operations, enhance care delivery, and comply with regulations. These software solutions range from digital social care record and medication management systems to front-of-house digital receptions and care home maintenance tools; the range of software solutions out there for helping to manage various aspects of care is endless.
It's important for care providers to be aware that switching to an all-in-one cloud-based care management platform that combines all the necessary software solutions listed above, plus more, can provide many benefits and eliminate the need for multiple systems.
Person Centred Software's Connected Care Platform achieves precisely this; it's an all-in-one cloud-based care management platform that covers the full spectrum of care management through integrated solutions that help drive outstanding care and improve the lives of those receiving care and those working in the sector.
The Connected Care Platform, used by over 5,000 large care providers to single homes, allows providers to use single or multiple solutions that connect using one device. Each solution is designed to address a particular part of care and, when used together, provides a complete solution to help drive outstanding care, enhance resident outcomes, the lives of care workers, the delivery of person-centred care and the overall efficiency, effectiveness, and compliance of care settings.
Over 5,000 care providers
Designed to help care staff work more efficiently by eliminating the need to switch between multiple systems and being cost-effective as care providers don't have to purchase numerous bits of software for different purposes, the Connected Care Platform is a one-stop solution offering a complete ecosystem of care with an unrivalled selection of best-in-class partners, eliminating the need for care providers to go elsewhere.