AutumnCare goes mobile for care staff with version 4.5

Aged care software vendor AutumnCare has launched the latest version of its clinical software, featuring a new dashboard that provides a snapshot of all clinical information as well as a new web app for mobile devices.

The new Web Connect function in AutumnCare version 4.5 is designed for staff on the floor and allows users to create case notes and charts, and view resident profiles and care activity lists on smartphones or tablets.

Web Connect fully integrates with AutumnCare's Medicate medication management solution, allowing staff and GPs to view medication profiles on their mobiles. GPs can create change requests and critical medication notes directly from their phone, ensuring staff and pharmacies can react quickly to a resident’s changing needs.

Medicate has also been improved with double signing, medication review and medication re-ordering functionality. The company's Home Care module for community care has also been updated to include funding estimation, bulk actualisation of appointments and new reporting functionality.

The new dashboard in version 4.5 allows users to customise indicators to match organisational processes, such as how often care plans are evaluated or managing ACFI funding levels.

AutumnCare managing director Stuart Hope said the new release was about “currency of information”.

“We want to empower staff by giving them access to real time information, which enables them to make the most informed decision possible,” Mr Hope said.

Version 4.5 also includes ACFI tools, redesigned user and group management, care activity lists and smart form technology that automates the graphing of weight and vital observations.

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