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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Staff retention and wages dominate discussions at Care Show Birmingham

| 15 Dec 2014

Staff recruitment and retention have been high on the agenda within social care over the past 12 months and were of particular interest to providers at this years Care Show in Birmingham. Skills for Care presentation gave detailed insights into what social care providers should be looking for to attract and retain quality staff members.  The HMRC National Minimum Wage seminar also drew significant interest as providers discussed pay scenarios within the domiciliary care setting.

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Care England discuss the implementation of the CQC’s new Key Lines of Enquiry (KLOE) – Part 1

| 02 Dec 2014

At this year’s Care England conference, iCareHealth led the popular seminar, ‘How can technology support the implementation of the CQC’s new Key Lines of Enquiry (KLOE)’. In part one of the session wrap-up we discuss how the CQC’s new inspections are utilising the Key Line of Enquiry (KLOE) to rate providers, and gain feedback on the questions and concerns providers have to date.

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