Precious time
for care

Digital care planning and management can be delivering benefits to all care home operators. The Care Home Professional spoke to the manager of Orton Manor Nursing Home, to find out how deploying Sekoia is freeing precious time for care work.

Have a look here to read the 3-page interview with Iram Khan, to find out what thoughts and feelings are put into switching from paper to digital. 

Until recently, the majority of tools in the Orton Manor toolbox were predominantly paper-based, creating considerable demands on the care teams as they were trying to keep each resident’s care plan and medication plan up-to-date. Separate processes for care planning as well as for back office functions have made administration and care delivery tougher than necessary.

Ms Khan knew that a paperless digital system would deliver considerable efficiencies, so she made it her mission to find the right technology. And the journey has started.

Sekoia and Sky
enable care

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Less Accident and Incidents

It is as we know, almost inevitable to avoid Incidents entirely in a bustling care home environment. However, steps and practices can be implemented to ensure that the frequency of such events is reduced as much as possible. It is important to note, that there is no quick fix to reducing the number of incidents, since it requires a dedicated effort from everyone within the organisation in order to see results.

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3 tips to transform your documentation
into a valuable asset

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