iCareHealth’s software solutions are tailored exclusively for care providers across the social care sector. Each unique solution is designed to ease the burden of market challenges and improve quality, efficiency, productivity and care delivery.

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Care Home Management

A comprehensive solution designed to help residential and nursing care home providers simplify all facets of care home management including compliance reporting, care, clinical and medication management.

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Extra Care Management

An end-to-end solution that enhances the management and delivery of extra care services, providing a tangible boost to organisational efficiency and productivity, as well as care delivery outcomes.

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Home Care Management

Developed to meet the evolving needs of home care providers, our comprehensive software solution provides tangible cost efficiencies and improved quality of care outcomes.

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Supported Living Management

Developed to meet the unique needs of care service providers of supported housing and living, our software solution enhances the management and outcomes of care delivery, for care staff and residents.

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Mental Health Service Management

A suite of software that simplifies the management and administration of mental health services to ensure the delivery of care is consistent and highly efficient.

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Learning Disability Service Management

A complete online solution developed exclusively for learning disability service providers. Everything you need to streamline core processes that drive improved business performance and quality outcomes for each service user.

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Privatisation is hurting the social care workforce – Peter Beresford

| 22 Jun 2016

Privatisation has been a major trend in social care since the 1990s, but practices such as zero hour contracts, 15 minute care slots and sub-minimum wage pay are increasing public concern.

Once the domiciliary care workforce was made up of local authority home helps who had valued, secure jobs. Now it is typified by low paid, part-time care assistants, with minimal job security and career prospects. The workforce is increasingly attracted to other sectors, such as supermarkets, for better terms and conditions. A recent review (pdf) painted a dismal picture of working conditions in the care sector.

Some three in every four of England’s 15,000 care homes are now run for profit and the proportion is rising. Des Kelly, who until recently was the director of the National Care Forum has said: “On a good day, we reckon we would be able to count 20% [non-profit] and 6% or so left in the public sector … I don’t think that represents a healthy mixed economy. What we have done very effectively over a period of about 30 years is to denationalise the care sector.”

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EU Referendum: Will the health and social care sector be better off under Brexit?

| 10 Jun 2016

UK Prime Minister, David Cameron, has announced a referendum to be held on 23 June on whether Britain should remain in the European Union (EU). Whether the nation decides to stay in the EU will potentially have a profound effect on our health and social care sectors and its staff.

There are 10 million disabled people in the UK getting some kind of care and support. Nearly half a million older people and people with disabilities live in care homes and around the same number are cared for in their own homes. King’s College London’s Social Care Workforce Research Unit estimates that a fifth of the 1.5m care workers in the UK are foreign with the figure rising to a half in some cities.

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