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Evidencing care and being focused on outcomes. Like cats and dogs or best friends?
23.10.2020

Evidencing care and being focused on outcomes. Like cats and dogs or best friends?

Data has become somewhat of a bad word in social care. A cold number in a spreadsheet? Assessed by a director that’s not even near your care home. How does this reflect your care and effort?
The benefits of documentation in your care service
17.04.2020

The benefits of documentation in your care service

Documentation will always have a part to play in care services, but what are the benefits of it? And how can you reap even more benefits from it?
Your care plan is flawed and you can’t make it perfect
12.04.2020

Your care plan is flawed and you can’t make it perfect

Care plans mirroring its real-world context is perceived to be the ideal. But reality is never perfect – so how do you plan for the imperfect?
Excessive paperwork is a double burden for care homes
03.04.2020

Excessive paperwork is a double burden for care homes

Understanding how the current paper-based routines look at any given care home, makes us wonder what this is all about. How so much time has come to be allocated to documentation has its reasons and (...)
How digitalisation supports decision-making in a care home
22.03.2020

How digitalisation supports decision-making in a care home

Every day managers are facing many decisions. Some easier than others. Digitalisation has the potential to greatly help the process by providing pieces of information that might not be available in a (...)
Data as part of person-centred care
07.03.2020

Data as part of person-centred care

Data is becoming more and more crucial in the process of delivering person-centred care. How? Have a look and find out!
Data-informed care services? Here is what you need to know
27.02.2020

Data-informed care services? Here is what you need to know

Making data from your services a steady part of care delivery might seem complicated or far from the frontline. For starters, it isn’t. And the difference is considerable. But what does it actually (...)
Tablets help decrease incidents
25.02.2020

Tablets help decrease incidents

An LD care village in Denmark is experiencing a large effect from implementing a digital solution in their care homes providing efficiency and far less incidents.
More Observations, Less Accidents and Incidents
20.02.2020

More Observations, Less Accidents and Incidents

It is inevitable to avoid incidents entirely in a bustling care home environment. Though, it is possible to reduce the number - the key is technology.
Addressing CQC’s Key Lines of Enquiry (KLOEs)
02.02.2020

Addressing CQC’s Key Lines of Enquiry (KLOEs)

In the wake of the new KLOEs it is clear that some providers are looking to understand how to better grasp and turn CQC advice into service value. The number of residential nursing homes rated unsafe (...)
Data: A key to better Care and Compliance
01.02.2020

Data: A key to better Care and Compliance

Data and care might seem like two incongruent things at face value. However, if used correctly data can be the cornerstone to providing better care.
Actionable Tips for a Personalised Care Plan
18.01.2020

Actionable Tips for a Personalised Care Plan

It can be a difficult task to establish and implement the best possible care plan for each resident. The most important thing to remember when creating the care plan is to bear in mind why a care (...)