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Efficient and effective reablement services are crucial

With a growing elderly population it is clear that the UK is struggling to sufficiently resource health and social care provision.

There is, however, an opportunity for technology to do the necessary heavy lifting to achieve unprecedented efficiencies with more effective resource utilisation and increased capacity gains.

Technology is very capable of accomplishing this. Our contract with South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust in Northern Ireland hugely increased their home care provision capacity without additional recruitment. Over a period of eight months, an additional 3,919 hours of capacity were created (a £73k value) with no additional recruitment or agency staff hires. The Trust has saved £35k a year on postage alone – more than enough to cover the costs of using CareLineLive.

The deployment of such technology does not have to be expensive; SE Trust found that it paid for its software solution from the savings made on postage costs alone.

A better way to manage reablement care runs and rotas

Reablement care is mostly short-term with service users constantly joining and leaving. This makes carer runs and rotas hard to manage and control manually, especially with more traditional systems which rapidly waste time and money.

Care workers find these inefficiencies frustrating with bottlenecks of calls impacting on their travel time and also on their working relationships with service users. They know their time could be better spent than driving between disjointed appointments.

Software solutions from CareLineLive and CareForIT give you a way to rapidly update service user details and visit requirements, and then instantly publish optimised runs and rotas. With one click you could produce runs for each staff member that incur optimum travel time and mileage, without compromising the quality of the care delivered or the outcomes achieved.

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With an ageing population and better integrated health and care services, demand for reablement care is growing.

The CareFor CAREBooster feature (for scheduling visit by visit) and CareFor’s Rounds Builder feature (for working in Runs or Rounds) from C4 Ulysses will help you take on more service users without a proportional increase in staff. These features also produce immediate savings in mileage costs.

One authority that adopted the CareFor solution saved £2000 per month on travel costs alongside significant savings in travel time. CareFor’s CAREBooster is probably the ultimate in self-funding technology. It’s also fully secure and compliant with GDPR.

Freeing up acute care beds – work with reablement services

CareLineLive has a history of working with NHS contracts including work with Mid and South Essex NHS Foundation Trust (MSEFT) which was shortlisted for a Laing Buisson award in 2022. By utilising CareLineLive within an innovative model of discharge the Trust has been able to release 60 hospital beds a day into home care and reablement services.
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Customer Success Story

John Walter, General Manager of Integrated Care at MSEFT

John Walter
“CareLineLive has helped us take our service into the 21st Century. It is a fantastic electronic record solution for any service that has a need for remote patient care in the community. It enables staff to work remotely, document remotely and be scheduled electronically. It has enabled us to improve efficiency, capacity and reimagine patient care.

CareLineLive is a great solution if you want to be more efficient, transform your services and future proof your ways of working and delivering patient care. It helps services be more sustainable, be more GDPR compliant and mitigate against data issues. It is also scalable and functions in real time so we always have an up-to-date assessment of what is happening with each patient.”