VCare is sponsoring and exhibiting at the RVA conference next week VCare is proud to be sponsoring and exhibiting at the RVA conference next week in Auckland at the Cordis Hotel, 24th-26th May. Come and visit stand 35 to find out more about VCare and how we can help your facility. VCare is proud to be a…
VCare dashboards give you an easy to understand, visualised quick view of your resident data proving valuable insight for your entire facility. By providing real-time access to resident information your staff users can interact and evaluate information, helping them to make smarter, data-driven decisions and gaining insights in seconds.
VCare’s Admin, sales and marketing module gives you more control and visibility of your facility, attracting prospects and managing waitlists. This module ensures all enquiries are managed promptly and effectively.
5 ways VCare can help your staff with Care Management functionality in your Aged Residential Care Facility
Recording information regarding a resident from the initial contact and admission to their specific requirements such as independent living, or any other form of care needs to be managed efficiently.
There are many different Aged Care software providers on the market, each with their own strengths and weaknesses. When choosing a software that suits your facilities needs its important to consider where they are based.
Aged Care management frequently deal with a range of challenges when it comes to operating in the residential care industry. Aged Care facilities need to be on the lookout for more efficient ways to manage daily, weekly, monthly and yearly tasks. Delivering the highest quality of care should be the main priority for all aged care providers.
VCare is sponsoring a range of Retirement Village Association (RVA) Regional forums around New Zealand. As usual, this year we will be attending and sponsoring the RVA and NZACA conferences in Auckland this year. Make sure you come down and visit us if you are attending these throughout the year.
Managing health issues and reducing risk is incredibly important in Aged Care facilities to ensure the wellbeing of your residents is maintained. Despite this need, even the most robust systems can have flaws, with important aspects being overlooked by staff due to stress, human error, lack of accountability and inaccurate records.
Moving from traditional paper-based methods to an Aged Care management system can be a daunting task, one that many thinks is too hard to undertake. But the benefits of moving your system into an aged care specific software platform far outweigh the stresses.
5 reasons why aged care software integration is so important One of the biggest concerns for Aged Care operators in New Zealand is ensuring that any system implemented in their facility has the ability to talk to the other systems so information can be easily shared resulting in more effective processes. There are a lot…