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From home care to care home, monitor all aspects of your care delivery and discover key insights
View and monitor all aspects of your care provision. Quickly and simply understand the wealth of information available to you with incident visibility and trend reporting. Monitor actions and outcomes to easily identify issues while observing key trends at either an individual or location-based level. View key information in easy to digest graphs, available to download for a simple illustration of your findings.
Understand your data and take action to improve outcomes. Track and monitor performance levels across your business allowing you to understand the issues, drill down into root causes and inform decision-making where improvements are required. Ensure common standards of care delivery across group locations or dig a little deeper to uncover the causes of specific issues.
Inform all areas of audit and compliance with tailored reports available for export and sharing. When evidencing your activities, easily export your customized reports to share with third parties such as the CQC, nurses or local authorities. Not only can you track performance across multiple metrics, but you can easily filter information to create personalized reports and save them as ‘favourites’ for future use.
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PASS is a digital care management platform that has been co-developed with care managers and carers to help you safely meet the demands of your workload.
You can create personalised care pathways and capture details needed to deliver truly person-centred care including:
- Clear information about the people you care about and what is important to them
- Each care activity given to each person you care about
- Assessments and observations
- Progress against outcomes
It’s really easy to create reports and see trends in the information you capture too. All of the information you record in PASS can be tracked, reviewed and tagged, allowing you to share it with families, commissioners, the regulator and allied care professionals.