Person Centred Software commits to continuous improvement to help care providers and professionals deliver optimal care
Person Centred Software commits to continuous improvement to help care providers and professionals deliver optimal care
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Driving Outstanding Care

Driving Outstanding Care

Driving Outstanding Care

About us

Person Centred Software was started in 2013 with the objective of helping to improve standards in social care

With an ageing population and large-scale recruitment challenges, this is one of the burning issues of our time and improvement cannot happen quickly enough.

We are on a mission to drive outstanding care for some of the most vulnerable people in society

From 20 years’ experience developing technology for carers we know that only passion can create change – and the co-founders continue to stay at the helm of the business to help drive digital development in the sector.

Our company has become an award-winning global company launching in Australia in 2018 and Ireland in 2019. Amongst numerous industry awards Person Centred Software was also placed on the Deloitte Tech Fast 50 list in 2019 and top 10 SME in Digital Leaders 100 in 2020.

Revolutionising Care

Revolutionising Care

Revolutionising Care

The opportunity in digitising social care is huge

Particularly when 70% of care homes in the UK are relying on slow, costly paper processes that Mobile Care Monitoring can digitise in a day.

Our software is revolutionising adult social care by enabling carers to digitally record care as it is given – saving admin time and improving carer and nursing staff retention in a sector that has a chronic staff shortage. Elderly or vulnerable people will always need people to care for them and these carers need freeing from repetitive admin so they can focus exclusively on highly-personalised outcomes based care. 

We ensure our products are intuitive to use while offering reliability and longevity, so carers can easily evidence the high quality work they do.

In addition to our digital care software, we are working on a number of wider projects to improve health and social care in the UK. These include an NHS partnership to trial the electronic transfer of care home records to hospitals; collaborations with universities – University College London and Edinburgh- on research to scientifically evidence care outcomes; and working with data analysis experts to create benchmarking statistics to deliver business insights.

Our Objectives

Our Objectives

Our Objectives

  • preserveAspectRatio="xMinYMin meet" In social care the primary objective has to be to improve the quality of life for everyone being cared for, but we believe this should extend to the people providing the care as well
  • preserveAspectRatio="xMinYMin meet" Carers do their job because they love caring for people, so why wrap them up in admin work, writing daily records of what they do? We aim to make the admin fit in with the care routine, not the other way round
  • preserveAspectRatio="xMinYMin meet" And service users – what do these people really want? Surely they want to be comfortable, safe, and above all, happy. So we measure their happiness, making it the core of the product we provide

Our Products

Our Products

Our Products

  • preserveAspectRatio="xMinYMin meet" Our products are designed to be in the hands of the carers, rather than in a nursing station or office
  • preserveAspectRatio="xMinYMin meet" The system is easy to use, fast, and icon driven with limited need for typing
  • preserveAspectRatio="xMinYMin meet" Allied with ease of use is the system’s communication capabilities; up, down and across an organisation
  • preserveAspectRatio="xMinYMin meet" Carer to nurse communication happens with automated escalation of important care interventions; nurse to carer communication with care plans, planned care routines and shift handover notes; carer to carer communication with service user preferences, flags for overdue care, and happiness indicators
  • preserveAspectRatio="xMinYMin meet" We have also extended the system’s communication capabilities to include a service user’s social network. This allows everyone involved with a service user’s life – family, friends and additional care providers – to engage with their care

All this added together makes a unique solution to a very simple objective: to improve the life of everyone involved in social care