Runwood Homes service becomes Person Centred Software’s 1,000th care home


Longview Nursing Home in Essex has become the 1,000th care home to use Person Centred Software’s Mobile Care Monitoring system.

The thousand care homes using Mobile Care Monitoring enable 30,000 users to record 1.8m care notes every 24 hours. A further nine homes use the system in Australia and New Zealand following its launch there last year, with an additional 10 in the pipeline by Easter 2019.

Jonathan Papworth, co-founder and director of Person Centred Software, said: “Person Centred Software implemented Mobile Care Monitoring at over 40 care homes every month on average during 2018. This is set to increase in 2019 and we are on track to double the amount of homes using Mobile Care Monitoring by the end of 2019. I am extremely grateful for all the hard work of my colleagues and loyal customers who have enabled us to achieve this outstanding milestone.”

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Runwood Homes fully tested Mobile Care Monitoring at two of its care homes in August 2018. The system had been implemented at 27 of the provider’s homes by January 2019 with the remaining 28 due to complete in the first half of this year.

Sarah Sanders, Business Operations Director at Runwood Homes, said: “We are very satisfied with both the implementation process and the capabilities of Person Centred Software’s Mobile Care Monitoring system. It is now being used as standard practice in a considerable number of our residential care services across the UK.

“Mobile Care Monitoring is extremely user-friendly for our professional care teams. It has streamlined care plans and care evidence records, whilst allowing us to remain person-centred in our care approach. Plus, we believe the efficiency of the system has afforded our carers more time to spend with residents.

“We look forward to continuing our partnership with Person Centred Software as we rollout Mobile Care Monitoring to all the care homes in our portfolio.”

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