CareBuilder integrates hundreds of third-party alarm & smart devices on one SaaS platform.
CareBuilder is the only platform that offers portals and apps for every stakeholder in the care & support ecosystem.
CareBuilder helps commissioners as well as housing and healthcare organisations create complete Technology Enabled Care & Support solutions for better care, enhanced safety & independent living:
- Real-time differentiated triage – for prioritising alerts and requests generated by any device and matching to the best resources incl. caregivers, family, peers and third-party service providers
- Device & brand independent – Integrate any smart device, from personal alarm, Technology Enabled Care & e-Health, to home automation, safety & assisted living solutions
- Service-oriented task management – automated escalation, response management and admin of all ad-hoc alerts & requests, planned care & support tasks
Video/VoIP communication, online access to services and digital content delivered via apps & portals specifically tailored to the needs of each stakeholder
Care management portal – providing a a powerful and intuitive way to create, manage and delivery content and integrated services to across different users and devices
Call Centre Portal – offering unprecedented insight, flexibility and control over the quality of care services incl. resource allocation, remote device monitoring and KPI reporting
Actiz has delivered a report to the Dutch Parliament on “Innovation in Care & Cure“. Actiz has conducted research on how care organisations are successfully using technology to improve the quality of care. The publication highlights the innovation taking place at Topaz Revitel, an organisation offering a wide variety of rehabilitation programmes and based in Leiden, The Netherlands. Topaz has worked with iQare, a partner of CareBuilder, to implement a complete solution for rehabilitation.
Posted on 24-06-2019
An independent report commissioned by Carnegie UK Trust was launched on the 30th of October 2018 by Kate Forbes, minister for public finance and digital economy at the Scottish Parliament, with cross party support. The report focuses on the implementation for an initial group of Blackwood customers in 2015, with a survey being done before the implementation and again three months after the implementation.
Posted on 01-11-2018