everyLIFE called Rebecca McLennan to share the excitement of PASS users, Eidyn Care, who now deserve huge congratulations! They found themselves coming home from the Scottish Care Awards with two coveted prizes – Palliative and End-of-Life Care Practise and Care Provider of the Year.
Scottish Care hosts the National Care at Home and Housing Support Conference, Exhibition & Awards on 17 May 2019. Once again, this will take place at the Marriott Hotel in Glasgow.
This year’s conference is titled Redressing the balance: the potential of homecare
Before becoming an everyLIFER nearly three years ago, I spent much of my time in banks, driving change initiatives in how software was built and deployed. All the banks loved the idea of improving through change, but what they didn’t like quite so much was the temporary upheaval that came with that change.
Fiona Williams talks to everyLIFE about the digital care journey and the future of technology in social care.
Just deciding what to wear in the morning or what to have for dinner can sometimes be a challenge, let alone deciding what (if any) care management software to implement into your business! Add to that the always tricky transition from tried and tested processes to what are claimed to be more efficient, cost-effective technology solutions, and it’s very understandable that some may think that implementing new care management software is simply more trouble than it’s worth! Luckily, though, there is a way to find out what you’re really getting yourself into…
For decades, the UK’s domiciliary care sector could only measure the delivery of care upon the basis of quantity. Despite the wholly personal nature of the service; time and task was literally the only metric that could be applied to determine the efficiency and effectiveness of a team, a business or a contracted provider.