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Silverline Care utilises Perfect Ward’s digital platform

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Perfect Ward will help drive quality improvements for Silverline Care

Silverline Care, a Glasgow-based company which operates 12 elderly care nursing homes across Scotland and the North of England, has utilised Perfect Ward’s digital technology to communicate with staff and the friends and family of residents.

Silverline Care is using Perfect Ward to drive quality improvements.  It has recently added new quality processes, new reports for senior management helping to improve auditing and compliance for regulators.

The technology supports a broad range of in-house audits, including medicine management, infection prevention control, environmental and cleaning, resident documentation, HR and people development.

May Prentice, head of operations at Silverline Care, said: “The Perfect Ward solution is proving to be an extremely useful tactical communications tool during the crisis.

“We can communicate effectively with all staff and discuss changes from the NHS or Government as they occur, all in real time.  As a result, it is easy to reassure friends and family that their loved ones are in safe hands, protected by the highest possible recognised standards.”

Alan Birch, chief commercial officer at Perfect Ward, added: “In times of crisis, our technology brings heightened levels of agility, critical to maintaining staff and resident morale in care homes.

“Perfect Ward enables effective communication, while enhancing quality standards.  Instant access to real-time data means managers can spot trends or recurring issues and most importantly, prioritise their time.

“When consistency and speed are of the essence, our technology is low risk, high reward that transforms ways of working because it’s all done using a simple swipe on a mobile device.”

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