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Accident\ Incidents Trends

Manage Accident/Incident Trends in Care Homes

Care Vision provides an integrated and organised accident/incident reporting system for your health care facilities. Our feature can help reduce paperwork, improve reporting and build an effective and comprehensive strategy for risk management. The system ensures that once an accident or incident is recorded, all related notifications or required documents are activated to guarantee that nothing is neglected.

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Attendance tracking software

In pre-digital days, care home staff routinely used manual clock-in systems and signing in sheets to record their comings and goings. Not only was this cumbersome and time consuming, it was also open to abuse and misunderstandings. Switching to a digital clocking in system removes the ambiguity and produces an accurate, central record for attendance management, payroll and security functions. Using attendance tracking software also helps people to analyse patterns in staff movements and timings of shifts. This enables more effective planning to be put in place and helps management to spot any problems or concerns before they become more serious.

Facial recognition software for clocking in

Our attendance tracking and clocking-in software uses the latest in facial recognition software to record staff movement at the start and end of shifts. This limits physical contact with the clocking-in device to aid hygiene management and eliminate cross infection. It also does away with the need for staff to keep electronic fobs on them at all times that can be lost or stolen. The tracking software also links directly to HR functionality that monitors attendance, breaktimes, sickness and lateness. The facial recognition software for staff clocking in works separately to visitor entry procedures, making the process quick and easy.

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Show Real-Time Insights

Care Vision provides real-time analytics that are immediately driven by the reporting of incidents or accidents in care homes. Our insight into trends helps implement risk management action plans and strategies to avoid incident future occurrences. Moreover, it can assist in streamlining your entire workflow with user friendly dashboards and reporting.

Automatic Alert for Accident & Incidents

Our incident management software works by alerting you if an accident or incident has taken place. You also have the Managers Sign Off which is also triggered. Follow-ups are auto generated so nothing is missed.

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Key Benefits

Post Fall Observations are triggered which then lead to Managers Sign Off
Allow staff to look into records of accidents and incidents and take necessary steps.
Ensure that the manager approves and completes the follow-up action for incidents.
Review the statistics and reports from accidents and incidents to see a full history.

FAQ’s Section

01What is an Accident in a care home?
An occurrence that is out of the ordinary or concerning can be described as an accident in this context. For example, a resident who has suffered severe burns, or someone who has fallen or slipped.
02What incidents should be reported to CQC?

All incidents that have an impact on the health, safety, or welfare of service users must be reported to CQC by providers. These include, but are not restricted to:

  • sexual assault
  • physical or mental abuse
  • misappropriation of funds
  • negligence and mistakes that result in injury, or put others in danger
03What does your incident management tool do?
The Care Vision incident management system allows care teams to arrange and address significant issues that cause distress or harm to residents and their families, service outages or losses. It builds a strategy for risk management and ensures that nothing is allowed to slip through the net.
04How does your system help care homes in preventing incidents?
Our system identifies and analyses risks and hazards, in order to develop prevention measures and keep people safe. It helps care home manager protect all parties involved, limit the disruption of operations, lessen the damage and prevent a recurrence of concerning incidents.
05What are the four main stages of a major incident?

The majority of major incidents can be divided into four stages:

  • the initial response
  • the period of consolidation
  • the period of recovery
  • the phase of returning to normal