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WEBINAR: Can technology create smarter ways of working for the care sector?

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A webinar hosted by software solutions provider, Zupa, will discuss how technology can help free up more time for stretched care workers.

Held on Tuesday, 28 June at 2pm the webinar will feature former Group Director of Sanctuary Care, Mark McCarthy (now CFO at Zupa), who will discuss how care homes can make better use of technology to allow their staff to spend more time on the things that matter most.

The webinar will also discuss a poll recently commissioned by Zupa to probe deeper into care workers biggest concerns and to shed light on how that might make use of extra hours in the day, if their role wasn’t so admin intensive.

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Zupa CEO Ollie Brand said: “Interestingly, the research showed a direct correlation between what worries care home staff day to day and the quality of care they are physically able to deliver during each shift. More than a third of care workers said that keeping up with time-intensive processes like planning menus, recording allergens and resident data around nutrition and hydration concerns them.

“The question is, can the right technology support care home staff with these time intensive duties, thereby freeing up more of their time? If so, might technology hold the key to transforming staff morale as well as the delivery of resident care? We’ll also be sharing some unique insights into our research and revealing what aspects care workers feel are being side lined during their day-to-day job.”

Interested parties can register for free to the invite-only webinar by clicking on this link today: webinar.

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