White Paper offers guidance on adopting electronic care systems


A new White Paper aims to assist care home providers with their transition to digital care systems.

The ‘Guidance and Best Practice for Adoption of Electronic Care Management Systems’ paper has been launched by not for profit community interest company, CASPA (The Care Software Providers Association), which was founded by everyLIFE Technologies, Nourish Care and Person Centred Software in March 2019 (see New association, CASPA, promotes technology in social care).

Nuno Almeida, CEO of Nourish Care, told CHP: “There is understandable nervousness about adopting electronic care planning and recording – but the risks of not adopting digital will soon become unmanageable; this White Paper summarises the experience of over 2,500 care providers, providing guidance on what works and how to reap the benefits of digital in the context of any care team.”

CASPA founding director, Robin Wells of Person Centred Software, told CHP the White Paper would be the first of a number of resources the association will be promoting on behalf of its members to assist providers with the transition to digital care systems.

Fellow founding Board member, Robin Batchelor, of everyLIFE Technologies, said the White Paper was a “further step towards assisting care providers to realise the benefits from the latest digital technologies”.

CASPA membership is open to all care software providers.  For more information, visit: www.caspa.care

To find out more about the White Paper, go to: http://caspa.care/resources/

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