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Procura shares in industry growth

SPONSORED STORY - Technology continues to play a part in the growth of the aged care sector. This is highlighted in the recent evaluation report of the Australian Aged Care Industry by IBIS.

Procura is a technology company who is at the heart of providing services to a number of the country’s major aged care providers (Source: Shutterstock)
Procura is a technology company who is at the heart of providing services to a number of the country’s major aged care providers (Source: Shutterstock)

Procura is a technology company who is at the heart of providing services to a number of the country’s major aged care providers.

Procura offers an end-to-end software solution, across all points of care in the aged, community, and disability sectors; Uniting Care Queensland, Bolton Clarke Allity, Opal, Carrington Care, and OzCare are some of the leading aged care providers identified by IBIS who are using Procura‘s solutions to deliver their day to day operations..

Procura focuses on enhancing financial, scheduling and clinical care solutions through a fully integrated back office, residential, clinical, community, disability and mobility platform designed to improve the quality of client care.

“Procura is proud to note that over nine of the fourteen major providers of the sector named in the IBIS report partner with Procura Software,” Procura Sales Director, Carolyn Eames says.

“The providers are utilising Procura’s integrated client management for improved outcomes for quality client care and organisational sustainability.

“Care providers see improvements in scheduling, clinical documentation and time keeping, using our Mobile solutions.

“Through the use of Procura’s Client and Family portal, exciting digital solutions are made available for clients extending care information to their care network.

“Care staff can concentrate on delivering care and having up to date information using our Mobile Solutions via their mobile, desktop or tablet devices anytime, anywhere.”

Carolyn adds that Procura has integrated with other solutions, like wound care management, medication management and care cohort, which is has supplemented Procura’s end-to-end existing solutions with one point contact for the end user.

Procura has a robust and innovative Roadmap and continues to invest in research and development, which Carolyn says advances the technology of the software to meet the growing industry needs.

“The use of technology like Procura in the future and as the industry grows, is vital,” Carolyn says.

“As funding programs become more complex and providers more competitive, software solutions like Procura become a necessity in order to maintain a competitive edge.

“With efficient software, care staff can redirect their time to delivering client care whilst minimising errors in care delivery with real-time information made available by our digital solutions.

“Procura’s suite of products are completely flexibility and comprehensive handling the most complex and diverse requirements enabling multiple business lines, funder types, and geographies, all whilst addressing differing regulations.”

Carolyn also says the company is excited about the new Clinical Care application which will play a huge role in the future of care across all business lines.

“Procura’s next generation web-based products are designed to enhance user experience and provide quick content development with improved communication between care staff,” she says.

“It will enable aged care providers to streamline processes and deliver better outcomes for clients, utilising the latest technology.”

For more information on Procura visit online, email or call 1300 684 479.


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