Maximise the Time for Care

Through Optimised Scheduling & Mobilisation of Community Based Care

To relieve the pressure on hospitals and offset the costs associated with inpatient care, there is a growing need to provide community-based care that joins up health and social care provision. However, planning, scheduling and mobilising skilled workers in the community is a highly complex task, if not managed correctly it could fly in the face of improvement initiatives and actually lead to falling standards of patient care.

Kirona is helping health and social care providers to increase the time available to deliver services and make cashable savings by optimising resource scheduling, reducing travel time and streamlining the flow of information, securely to the community-based workforce.

We do this through our suite of Mobile Workforce Solutions for Health and Social Care. Firstly, Kirona’s Dynamic Resource Scheduler optimises the working day of each health and social care professional. Then Job Manager connects the community based workers to back-office systems and resources they need, with accurate, secure information delivered directly to their mobile device in real time through. Finally, InfoSuite provides true insight across the entire operation enabling continuous improvement.

Mobile Workforce Solutions for Health and Social Care

How we help our clients in the

Health & Social Care Sector

Improved patient experience
Increased productivity
Reduced costs
More efficient management
Mobile workforce safety

Improved Patient Care

Kirona is helping both public and private healthcare providers to increase the time available to deliver healthcare services through intelligent field services.

By using Kirona Mobile Workforce Solutions for Health and Social Care, hospitals, trusts and NHS services are driving greater efficiency in their services and delivering a far better patient experience. With secure immediate access to patient information and a reduction in phone calls, your health and social care workers are able to provide better patient care and experience.

Increased Productivity

While it faces its own specific challenges, healthcare services can learn a lot from other sectors in terms of implementing and integrating technology for improved productivity, increased utilisation and real time workforce visibility. Utilities, social housing, construction, local government have all invested in technology to reduce costs, and deliver high standard services to customers.

More Effective Management

Kirona’s DRS Scheduler can be integrated with patient record systems, enabling auto-scheduling of community based health and social care teams, delivering greater visibility with real-time status updates, live tracking and alerts. Read our blog about digital transformation in the NHS to find out more.

Reduced Costs

By always aligning the right people, skills and equipment to each activity and ensuring that appointments are scheduled in a manner that minimises travel time and maximises the number of tasks that can be completed, you will increase productivity. By using Kirona Mobile Workforce Solutions for Health and Social Care, hospitals, trusts and NHS services are driving efficiency in the services they deliver, reducing unnecessary travel time, cutting paperwork and delivering a far better patient experience.

Combining mobile applications with SMS and Email technology to send patients advance appointment reminders and “clinician on route” messages, reduces no access visits and reducing postage and call costs.

Keeping Field Workers Connected

By failing to have visibility of operations in the field, health
bodies are at risk of losing control of services and funding. Kirona Workflow Management Systems for healthcare connect your field-based health and social care workers to the systems and information they need when they need it.

Mobilising field based workers with Kirona Job Manager means processes are instantly streamlined. The information that district nurses, reablement teams and carers require is presented to them on their mobile device. They can capture information during their visits and this information is then By automatically and immediately uploaded to centralised systems, allowing them to communicate seamlessly with office-based coordinators.