Care management: we make it easy

Our Connected Care Platform, an easy-to-use, all-in-one solution for care management, is designed
to assist care teams in delivering a higher standard of care

Care providers have a lot of responsibilities, from delivering integrated person-centred care and care management, running the care organisation in accordance with laws and regulations, including the Care Quality Commission (CQC), to managing the care of individuals and leading and managing staff so they can perform their roles to the best of their ability, along with a whole heap of other things.

Care professionals, who work behind the scenes and play a pivotal role in looking after the ones we love, help vulnerable people manage their daily activities and work tirelessly to ensure everyone receives the best care. Their dedication keeps our social care sector running on all cylinders and significantly improves the quality of life for those receiving care. 

Innovative care software, like Person Centred Software's Connected Care Platform, an all-in-one cloud-based care management system, has been created to help simplify the day-to-day tasks of a care organisation, helping to ensure the establishment runs smoothly and reduce the pressures and workload of care workers so they can spend more time with residents doing the things they enjoy, among other benefits. 


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The UK's most widely used Care Management and CQC Compliance System land Ashfields Care Home with an 'outstanding' from CQC

Helping carers deliver an outstanding experience to those receiving care

What is care management?

Care management is managing the care of individuals; it refers to a comprehensive suite of services and activities that help individuals manage their health more efficiently. The main goal of care management is to ensure that care recipients receive high-quality care and that their needs are met - this involves close collaboration among health and care professionals to consistently assess individuals' needs, goals, and preferences, along with reviewing care plans, and ensuring that individuals receive the right care, at the right time and in the right place. 

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Resident and carer using device

Why is care management important?

Care management is important as it aims to ensure that the appropriate and right level of care is provided, meeting the needs of the person being cared for.

Care management brings together the individual receiving care, health and care providers, carers, and the care recipient's family to coordinate care in order to get the best possible outcome. 

How Person Centred Software’s all-in-one solution for care management helps to deliver a higher standard of care

Our Connected Care Platform incorporates an array of integrated solutions that interoperates and combines all your care software in one place. One of those solutions is our Care Management System, the UK's most widely used digital social care record system, which covers all areas of care management. 

By reducing the burden of onerous administrative tasks, the care management system allows carers to spend more time with residents, engaging in activities they enjoy. Furthermore, the system makes care management more efficient by enabling care workers to monitor and evidence care in real-time, create and manage person-centred care plans, risk assessments, charts and more!

Click here to learn more about Person Centred Software's Care Management System and its features.  

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