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Posts tagged 'mobility'

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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Paper vs electronic: Why aged care providers are making the switch to software

| 11 May 2017

The use of technology in aged care is now commonplace. Providers rely on automated beds and chairs to lift residents, companion robots in the form of beloved pets are given to people with dementia, and software systems are utilised to document clinical and medication information. In part one of our two part special, we look at the benefits of replacing paper based care processes with an effective electronic solution in residential aged care.

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Home Care Manager streamlines rostering process for CentacareCQ

| 14 Apr 2016

With more than 2,500 clients throughout Central Queensland, CentacareCQ’s home care services require a high quality, configurable software solution to meet the needs of their growing organisation. We spoke to Corporate Services Manager, Robert Sims, to find out how iCareHealth’s Home Care Manager software has created significant cost and time savings for CentacareCQ.

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Simplicity in software: Creating workplace efficiencies through modern design

| 30 Mar 2016

The aged care sector is turning to technology to create more efficient processes and deliver better quality care. With worker’s computer literacy levels varying widely across the sector, it is essential that aged care providers seek out technology that has been designed with simplicity in mind. Utilising software that has a strong User Experience (UX) design focus is now a key priority for providers nationally.

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