hat’s an easy question. There’s no doubt that ReMe is worth the money. Because there’s no risk as you pay monthly – and there’s no contract. And mainly because you will save, even gain, more money than you will spend. Take a look at the chart below.
OK, yes it’s a simple analysis, and this particular chart is geared to care homes. But it does express how using ReMe can save money, even assist with revenue, and generate a return on investment.
In fact these figures may be conservative. For example, what if a care facility gained two prospective clients because they liked that they would be provided with reports remotely and automatically regarding the person centred care that you’re providing to their family member? And what if not one but two members of staff decided not to leave their jobs, courtesy of the improved sense of job satisfaction and self-worth that ReMe can achieve, thereby saving recruitment and training costs?
We’ve made ReMe intentionally cheap. Why? Because our mission is to have ReMe be portable care, so that it stays with the person from diagnosis to acute ward care; so that the person can have what our families did not, which is a repository of knowledge that grows over time and which travels from care sector to care sector, informing and enhancing the care process. ReMe is a social impact business so it must be affordable for everyone across the care journey.
To achieve this, ReMe must be cheap. And at less than £0.8p/person/day, for the average care care facility, we believe it’s as cheap as chips.