Sekoia and Sky
enable care

A collaboration between digital care planning supplier Sekoia and business connectivity giant Sky is supporting the ongoing ”paperless” movement within social adult care.

Why we do it

When you are establishing your new care home an option could be to invest in care planning technology early. That way, you will give the future staff the best possibilities of achieving an ‘Outstanding’ CQC rating.

The primary motivation behind the collaboration is to enable care. More specifically, we want to assist in their core tasks with the residents. We do that by:

• Reducing office time and paperwork
• Reducing staff turnover and stress
• Enabling person-centred care

This is done through Sky’s stable and high-speed Internet through the more than 30 fully bespoken applications for care delivery solutions that Sekoia offers.

Watch how Quinton House went from printing 30,000 sheets of paper each month to becoming digital

How we do it

The way we ensure that the reasons to buy the technology not just remain promises is to focus heavily on the implementation of the technology. After all, what good are technology and software if nobody is using it? With Sekoia and Sky, you get an end-to-end implementation of a digital care planning software, running on a fully tested, state-of-the-art network.

The end-to-end implementation includes:

• Staff training and guides
• On-site installation of the technology
• A journey from paper to going digital over 8 weeks

You can also read more about the Quinton House Case right here

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