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Person Centred Software sets new electronic care provider milestone

2019-10 Oakview Care Home

Person Centred Software has set a new customer milestone for electronic care providers.

The business became the first electronic care provider to chalk up 1,500 customers after Oakview Care Home in Birmingham (pictured) implemented its Mobile Care Monitoring system this month.

Jonathan Papworth, co-founder and director of Person Centred Software, added: “Following our 1,000th implementation of Mobile Care Monitoring at the end of January this year, we have been increasing our rate of implementations every month since to reach the 1,500th care home implementation.

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“Thanks to our loyal customers and the hard work of everyone at Person Centred Software, we are the first electronic care planning provider to reach this customer milestone. This is a testament to the trust and reliability Person Centred Software has built as a market-leader in the sector.”

Jag Khatkar, Director of Oakview Care Home, said: “We can see the clear advantages of moving away from using paper care records as they were laborious for staff to write and didn’t give us real-time information. Apart from Person Centred Software’s Mobile Care Monitoring system, all other software packages we reviewed to replace paper had shortcomings in some aspects of their functionality.”

Across the UK, Mobile Care Monitoring now enables 42,000 users to jointly record 2.4 million care notes every 24 hours. Relatives’ updates via an online Relatives Gateway portal are also accessed by 2,000 family members every day. Internationally, in Australia and New Zealand where the company launched in 2018, 35 care homes are using the electronic care planning, monitoring and reporting system.

This month Person Centred Software also celebrated the deployment of its 1,000th Ascom Myco 3 device, which is the standard device for care homes using Mobile Care Monitoring, following a partnership with Ascom in June 2019.

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