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VCare International launches VCare Any-ware

VCare International launches VCare Any-ware at New Zealand’s Aged Care Association Conference 2015

Christchurch, NZ, September 2015 – VCare International, New Zealand’s largest residential care software provider, has officially unveiled its VCare Any-ware mobile application software at the annual New Zealand Aged Care Association Conference 2015 held at Sky City Auckland, NZ.

VCare provides extensive care and resident management functionality with a specific focus on retirement villages and long term care facilities (rest homes, hospitals and disability care). VCare software is smart, flexible, easy to use and is utilised by organisations in New Zealand, Australia, Great Britain and Ireland.

The latest addition to the VCare suite is intuitive, easy to use VCare Any-ware. This application utilises cutting edge technology allowing clinical staff to carry VCare in their hands or pockets to allow for on-the-spot access to and management of residents’ records. VCare Any-ware enables carers, nurses and other clinical staff to access resident care plans, notes and observations and resulting triggers from the devices in the palm of their hand. The app also allows on-call clinical staff to access clinical information and/or care plans from the comfort of their own home or wherever they need to access this data.

VCare Any-ware– Wherever, whenever you need it.

This ground breaking, yet easy to use application can be installed across a wide variety of Android and iOS devices and works as part of the VCare solution. VCare Any-ware is installed alongside the full VCare desktop solution which provides full residential care facility management – from prospect management and administration all the way through to resident care and billing.

VCare International’s Managing Director, Chris Graham said, “We are excited to bring this innovative and easy to use solution to the Residential Care Community. Organisations using VCare will find their staff productivity and satisfaction increasing significantly, along with timelier recording of resident interaction and general efficiency gains.”

VCare International is constantly investing into and adding features to its suite of applications as a result of feedback from its large VCare user community.

The VCare Residential Care Solution can be deployed as a hosted or managed service, or locally installed as per the needs of the client. This offers a variety of cost benefits, including little to no capital expenditure, fixed costs, and low risk implementation.

www.vcaresoftware.com

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