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Posts in the 'Residential Aged Care' category

Mobile-friendly clinical software enhances resident experience for RFBI

| 30 Jan 2018

When Royal Freemasons Benevolent Institution (RFBI) implemented Clinical, Care and Medication Management software, they knew the charting functionality and added mobility would positively impact the way they worked. We spoke to Yvonne Donaldson, Clinical Systems Educator, to find out how using the software via tablet devices has benefited their staff and residents.

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Cloud hosted software centralises resident data for RAAFA

| 18 Feb 2016

Providing quality, consistent care to around 400 residents across five facilities is no easy task. That is why the Western Australia based Royal Australian Air Force Association (RAAFA) decided to implement iCareHealth’s Clinical, Care and Medication Management solution throughout their facilities. We spoke to General Manager of Aged & Community Care, Karen Borthwick, to learn about RAAFA’s experience with the software and find out why they chose to implement iCareHealth’s cloud hosted option.

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Medication Management software enhances quality of care at Scalabrini Village

| 06 May 2015

In 2012, award winning NSW residential aged care provider, Scalabrini Village, implemented iCareHealth’s Medication Management software across all six of its villages. We interviewed Clinical Information Systems Manager, Tershia Bunsee, to learn about their implementation process and find out how Medication Management has enhanced the quality of care delivered to their residents.

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Intuitive navigation is the standout of Version 4 Clinical and Care Management for Scalabrini Village

| 25 Mar 2015

Since implementing Clinical and Care Management software in 2008, Scalabrini Village has become one of iCareHealth’s most dedicated clients. It was this dedication that led iCareHealth to approach Scalabrini Village to become one of our few chosen beta and User Acceptance Testing (UAT) product testers for Version 4 of our Clinical and Care Management software. Thorough beta and UAT is essential for any software company, as it helps ensure the new product or upgrade is working effectively before it is rolled out across the client base. We spoke to Scalabrini Village’s Clinical Information Systems Manager, Tershia Bunsee, to find out why they decided to take part in the software testing, what it involved, and what outcomes they were able to achieve.

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