Are you interested in automating referral management? Are you looking to implement a mobile care solution? Come and visit our stand N50 to discuss how we can help you or to view a demonstration.
“Our mission is to help organisations get rid of paper. Paper processes add significant admin overhead and make it almost impossible to monitor compliance and quality. With the new features in psMOBILE 2.1, we are making it even easier for providers to digitalise frontline services, freeing up time to care and helping managers run safer,
The pressure to improve safety and quality is growing exponentially. On one hand, you have consumers that are increasingly vocal and used to taking to social media (think Twitter or Facebook). On the other hand, the Care Quality Commission (CQC) is pursuing inspections and warning notices more and more aggressively. Via the CQC website you can
Automation and integration reduce indirect cost by 30%+ and deliver valuable analytics: Whether you are looking to automate referral management, track health outcomes or introduce mobile working, workflow automation and integration with existing systems is often an essential part of a successful new solution.
Safe and profitable delivery of health & care in the home is becoming more challenging. Patients have more complex needs – thus increasing risks – and commissioners are increasingly asking for better evidence of care delivered and reporting on outcomes.
The integration of health and social care is picking up pace. The Better Care Fund for shared budgets 2015/16 has now been increased to over £5 billion (up from the initially announced £3.8 billion), according to the Health Services Journal.
psHEALTH will be putting the business case for mobile at this week’s Care Show at Bournemouth. Come and visit us on stand S202, and the nearby Homecare Theatre, which we’re sponsoring. For more details, see our newsletter.
Homecare providers are going through both hard and exciting times. What can providers do to improve margins and build valuable organisations for the future?
More than £5 billion-worth of NHS services is coming up for tender. This has, according to the Financial Times, triggered an ‘Arms Race’ as private and third-sector providers are looking to position themselves. Where are the opportunities? What will it take to succeed?
The delivery of health and care services in the home is entering an exciting phase: overall demand is increasing due to an aging population and the prevalence of long-term conditions. The consensus is that care is better and less costly when delivered outside hospitals and nursing homes. At the same time, common sense (and now even politicians) is driving towards integrated care and the pooling of health and social resources. So what does this mean for providers of health and care services in the community? We set out our top five predictions.
Use your current systems – don’t rip them out! With our mobile enablement platform you can mobilise your current IT systems with no upfront costs! By leveraging existing system capability, psMOBILE delivers a great user experience both online and offline (when mobile reception is patchy) along with world-class data security.
Healthcare delivery is labour intensive: Staff costs typically represent about 70 per cent of total costs. So if you are looking to reduce costs… you need to understand how and where your people spend their time.