Domiciliary Care Companies want to grow their businesses to meet new opportunities in the market, but without a continuing over reliance on people intensive solutions. The unprecedented growth in telemedicine, connected devices and sensors, should provide domiciliary care companies with a solution to this challenge. But focussing on the technology is the wrong approach.

A focus on outcomes

There are so many unanswered questions for Domiciliary Care Providers about technology:

Which technologies work?
Which ones have the most impact?
Which ones work together?
Which ones are right for us?
And crucially, which ones will help us generate new revenues?

The answer is not to focus on technologies, but to focus on patient outcomes. It is only the care outcomes that matter to the elderly, their families, the Domiciliary Care Providers and the carers they employ.

Can technology be used to monitor safety, security and health of the elderly in their own homes? What additional insights can the technology solutions deployed give to the elderly and their families and to their carers?

Answering these questions is far more important than trying to decide which technologies to select. Any solution should allow domiciliary care providers to focus on what they do best: caring for the frail and elderly in their own homes.

The Anthropos platform is based on the Software as a Service (SaaS) model and delivers six key advantages to Domiciliary Care Providers:

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Anthropos delivers benefits to all stakeholders

Domiciliary Care Providers

  • Offer a wider range of services that can be delivered and generate revenue
  • Retain consumers for longer as they stay at home
  • Deliver more efficient use of care resources, tracking activity and processes
  • Reliable escalation processes for critical events
  • Rich communications with friends and family

Carers

  • Increase efficiency of support, focus time on relationships and caring rather than checking
  • Manage priorities better
  • Increased visibility of information that supports the creation of individual care plans
  • Supports for porting, training and CPE

Older person

  • Maintain their independence for longer
  • Contributes to a better quality of life
  • Avoids or reduces deterioration in wellness
  • Informs family and carers of critical incidents that need support

Friends and family

  • Provides reassurance that a loved one is being cared for
  • Provides visibility of status and critical events of the elderly person
  • Supports fact based conversations with the elderly and care givers about the level of support required
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