ReMe Care Strategy
So now that you’re using ReMe and have an understanding of its capabilities, its time to consider how to really get the most out of ReMe. Optimising the use of ReMe can really improve your care. A bit of ReMe planning can take you to outstanding and help others out of difficulties with the CQC. It can bring new clients and improve staff morale.
We built ReMe as a tool to aid carer engagement and person centred care and to engage the family remotely. We soon found that if you enhance person centred care significantly, then there can be a significant impact on the business itself. We’ve built ReMe to optimise this potential. In this section we’re going to discuss how you can save time, save money and increase revenue through strategic use of ReMe.
Using ReMe during marketing visit – When you’re seeking to promote the merits of your care business to a prospective client, ReMe can prove exceptionally useful in illustrating numerous aspects of your care process that can be highly reassuring to a family. The ability to participate in creating content that can assist in the care process, to be able to monitor activity provision, to communicate directly by message and skype and to receive automated reminiscence outcome reports and wellbeing surveys, all are reassuring and help to positively influence a decision to choose in your favour.
Activity documentation – this can aid the billing process
Enhanced engagement – though automating family session updates, there will be no need to reassure them over the phone or at family visits, of the quantity and quality of care activities that you are providing. By fine tuning the delivery of family reports you can optimise the information flow and reduce the time spent on the phone and with emails.
Family visits – by prompting family to use the ReMe calendar, your carers will see daily which families are visiting and can prepare for the visit.
Remote reporting – we can design reports to fit your needs.
Improved engagement – the impact of better knowing the person cared for can be significant and when built into a care strategy and coupled with a training process, can have an impact on both the wellbeing of the person and of the business itself.
Tablet use – the use of tablets by carers that have not had substantial IT experience can be invaluable as part of a training process, whether in care or in preparation for the use of complex Care Planning software.