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…
With the winter months closing in fast, winter planning and how to cope during another potentially snowy period will be coming to the forefront of home carers’ minds. After the difficulties that many home care companies experienced with snow last year, I thought it would be worth blogging about how domiciliary care software can help keep companies running, even in a cold snap, meaning one less thing to worry about in what can be a very stressful time.
Press Release: November 2018 – Liverpool is leading the way in the use of smartphone technology to deliver and monitor better quality care in people’s homes.
As many of the everyLIFE team will attest to, I am very keen on cricket. I played the game at various levels over about 35 years, am now an armchair expert and, if there were such a team, I could probably talk, not to say bore, for England on the subject. So, what then does cricket have to do with digital care software?
The Care England Conference and Exhibition 2018 ‘Logging on’, will focus on the intelligent use of data and technology in the care sector and the ways in which it can further enhance the quality of care. The speaker programme for this prestigious event is now close to being finalised and will give delegates an opportunity to hear the views of an informed and influential speaker line-up.