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GHM Care's new smartphone messaging system has been featured in the latest issue of Care Home Management.
Health and Social Care Secretary Matt Hancock announced last week that he is making more than £200 million available to the NHS to improve technological standards across the board. Mr Hancock stated that the NHS “must make use of the best technology available to support some of our most basic needs”. Having spoken with hundreds of local GP surgeries and medical centres over the past few weeks, some of which were using telephone systems so overwhelmed that we were kept on hold for upwards of fifteen minutes before we were able to speak to a receptionist, we have comprised a list of five reasons why a fit for purpose telephone system should be at the epicentre of Mr Hancock’s technological overhaul of the NHS.
GHM Care has developed and launched a new messaging unit for care homes. The platform, called Nexus Care, allows staff to receive alarm notifications from any nurse call system directly on their smartphone.
Care home telecoms provider GHM Care has been awarded accreditation from Alcumus SafeContractor for achieving excellence in health and safety in the workplace.
GHM Care are delighted to have installed the phone system and specialist care home WiFi to a brand new Oakland care home in Eastbourne. The system has been linked to the nurse call system and all of the staff's smartphones to improve mobility, efficiency and noise levels throughout the home.
Great Oaks, a specialist residential, nursing and dementia care home in Bournemouth, and GHM Care customer, has been crowned the winner of the Dorset Building Excellence Awards 2018 for Best Inclusive Building.
Report by The Guardian Japan’s elderly are being told to get used to being looked after by robots. Could your care home technology extend to robot carers too? With Japan’s ageing society facing a predicted shortfall of 370,000 caregivers by 2025, the government wants to increase community acceptance of technology that could help fill the gap in the nursing workforce.
An independent review of health and care services in Wales has found that the country is in dire need of a system change, including better uptake and use of technologies. The report sets out a “quadruple aim” for the health service to improve health and wellbeing by focusing on prevention, improve quality of care, improve capability and engagement among staff, and increase the value achieved from funding.