Collaborative installation takes quest for the perfect care home digital eco systems forward
Arquella – using their leading nurse call system AIDA assist– has completed its first installation with their newest integration partner Person Centre Software (PCS).
By integrating cutting-edge software, hardware and assistive technologies, Arquella are building a data-rich digital ecosystem designed to improve the efficiency of care provision and the ease & accuracy of care evidencing.
AIDA Assist is Arquella’s market leading second generation nurse call system. It’s been designed to evolve with the changing needs of the individual care homes, the sector and the requirements of the regulators.
Steven Holmes, Commercial Director at Arquella explained: “AIDA Assist was built from the ground up with integration in mind and remains one of the only nurse call systems capable of seamlessly integrating with other technologies.
“This is only the start of our journey to deliver truly integrated digital transformations within the care home sector, and the learnings this installation, at Coxbench Nursing home in Derby, provides will help us to further enhance our integrated offer.”
Andrew Coles, Head of Product at PCS added: “We are the most popular and engaged provider to care homes across the globe and continue to onboard the largest number of new care providers every month. We have led the way for Joined Up Care, connecting over 300 locations to acute and primary care services (supporting over 14,000 vulnerable people living in care) in less than a year from launch of their Joined-Up Care initiative in Feb 2021.
“We have the best rated data using the 4 Vs models (Volume, Velocity, Variety and Veracity) and by adding the data collected from Arquella to the ecosystem the data rating for “variety” increases further by adding passive data observations to the data set.
“With all of this knowledge and experience we know it is important to stay ahead of the market and partnership working is key to this.”