Software systems for community care
Delivering SaaS-based software systems to digitise and empower community care, specialising in social care, domiciliary care, learning disability care and community midwifery.
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Data Integration | NHS, PDS, ODS and NRL and other care planning tools
Data Interoperability Standards | HL7 FHIR Messages
Data Standards | SNOMED CT, dm+d, NHS Data Dictionary, Royal College and NICE Guidelines
Frequently asked questions
Can I get a demo to learn more about which software is most suitable for me?
Absolutely! Just chat to one of our team now, or click here to choose your time for a demo.
What devices does the software work on?
Our software works on standard web browsers across tablet, computer and phone, and also has dedicated iOS and Google Play apps.
I need to talk to someone and get help. Who can I talk to?
You can talk to one of our UK based Product Specialists – please call 0161 818 4614. Alternatively, please use the online chat feature on the bottom of the page.
What care sectors does your software support?
We have software solutions for Learning Disability environments, Nursing Homes and Residential Care.
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