Care Vision has announced that it has been accredited by NHSx for excellence in digital care and awarded a place on its assured supplier list for its advanced, cloud-based care management software. The accreditation comes into effect on 10 December 2021. Care Vision now features on NHSx’s Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) as an officially recommended and assured digital care management software supplier. Care Vision management software is centred around carers and those they look after and is used in residential care homes and other settings up and down the country.
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Rishi Jawaheer from Care Vision says of the accreditation: “We are honoured and proud to be recognised by NHSx in this way. We have achieved this from the humble beginnings of growing up in our first care home that my parents started to having our care management software accredited my NHSx. We have already been recognised amongst leaders within the industry of having the most comprehensive, yet user-friendly system available. This accreditation now demonstrates our commitment to not only meet this criteria set by NHSx but to go beyond it.”
Transferring day-to-day residential care management to a digital system like Care Vision brings with it many benefits. Data is instantly available and can be updated in real time to reflect changes and developments as they happen. Comprehensive records can be kept for each person, including an eMAR function for medications and healthcare instructions, as well as family and friend visitor logs, space for staff notes, entertainment scheduling, dietary requirements and personal interests.
Care Vision also allows users to plan staffing rotas, ensure health and safety protocol and manage key HR tasks, including sickness reporting and payroll. It can be used for staff clocking in and out too, as well as a virtual visitors book to record who is in the care facility at any one time. All of this is available on the same digital system, which enhanced data security, cuts down on physical paperwork and storage requirements and provides easier access to records and reports. Modern-day carers can input QR codes and use text-to-speech and translation tools for optimum clarity and rapid communications.
Who is NHSX?
NHSX oversees the UK Government’s NHS’s digital transformation strategy, driving the digital transformation of care across the country. It does this by developing best practice and setting national policy around NHS technology, digital communications and data sharing. NHSX works with stakeholders from across the sector, bringing together teams from NHS England, NHS Improvement and the UK Government’s Department of Health and Social Care. NHSX accreditation recognises excellence in the provision of digital care services and management systems.