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Health + Care

Health + Care is the largest national integrated care conference. With four shows in one, it is the only event to bring NHS, care providers, public health and local authorities together representing the largest annual gathering of commissioners, providers and their suppliers in one place. With more than 9000 attendees expected across 29-30 June.

As part of the official conference programme Sekoia is turning our charm on in a presentation about "implementing digital solutions in care homes". The result is a merry catalogue of war stories that Sekoia has come to live for and by. From Rihanna to Australia. We will share a few.

 

 

3 tips to transform your documentation
into a valuable asset

In the last ten years, there has been an increasing amount of focus on person-centred care, care tasks, documentation and rehabilitation. As a consequence, today’s care staff are spending less time socialising with the residents. This can leave care staff with a stressful feeling of not quite cutting it, and not providing the level of care to the residents that they deserve.

21.11.2017   |   READ MORE
Management with new
digital prerequisites

As part of a provider management team within adult social care, you are faced with a lot of complex issues and questions. From use of resource and recruitment to optimisation. Basically, how do we create the best care service from the resources at our disposal? It is a difficult question with no fixed answers. In this article, we look at how current workflows within Residential, Nursing and LD can be supported by new digital prerequisites.

23.10.2017   |   READ MORE
Aces in Places
5 characteristics of a Super User

When enabling care services through acquisition of new technology, and making that vital change from paper or admin-centric systems to a digital solution at the point of care, it’s important to remember how change requires management directions and supporting structures. One of those being the Super User or IT Champion. We prefer the first term, as IT has very little to do with succeeding in “going digital”.

23.10.2017   |   READ MORE
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2 Eastbourne Terrace   /   London W2 6LG
contact@sekoia-care.co.uk   /   Call 07713 462853
Sekoia
2 Eastbourne Terrace
London W2 6LG
contact@sekoia-care.co.uk
Call 07713 462853