AI algorithms can be trained to recognise pain-related behaviours and expressions in patients that may not be apparent to human observers. This can improve the accuracy of pain assessment and help healthcare professionals make better-informed decisions about pain management.
Making the switch to digital care planning, or upgrading your current system to a modern system like Nourish, doesn’t mean that you have to discontinue using other systems that work well for you.
Our approach to Integrations
We work with care providers and partners every day to bring online new integrations.
Collectively, we share a passion for developing new and disruptive technologies and value collaboration, agility and creativity. We choose to partner with technology providers who share a common vision with us and are dedicated to driving evidence led solutions within Health and Social Care.
By leveraging the shared expertise of interprofessional teams and data analytics, we can accelerate the digital transformation journey for many care providers. Our aim is to develop cutting-edge solutions that enable us to provide our customers with exceptional experiences and to push the boundaries of what is possible with technology.
If you would like to become a partner of Nourish, please contact us and we’ll be in touch.
Paving the way forward with best-in-class partners.
Remote Monitoring and Long Term Condition Management
Remote monitoring solutions offer a new way of working for many and the combination of offsite observation with increasing amounts of insightful data available has resulted in higher acuity care within care settings. The operational advantages are widely recognised and is an important solution for chronic disease management and preventative care.
Our Integrations surface clinical assessment and vital signs data in real-time on the Nourish Timeline. This detail alongside daily care records means timely communication of results to care teams plus it can identify signs of illness or deterioration, prompting earlier support and clinical response. Nourish will become your single source of truth.
Personal Safety and Falls Prevention
Our eMAR and Remote Monitoring integrations enable a proactive approach by surfacing timely and actionable information in the Nourish Timeline and Care Plan.
Early warning of events are delivered via Nurse Call and Acoustic Monitoring solutions, providing less intrusive forms of observation, faster response times and a better understanding of behaviour and sleep patterns. Data surfaced in Nourish (from our partners) provides care teams with up to date, reliable information to influence and improve care provision.
Linking this valuable information with Nourish provides care professionals with access to critical information such as the history of falls and the context around this which allows you to develop appropriate care plans and care strategies.
Digital incident management plays a crucial role in ensuring the safety and well-being of individuals receiving care. Incidents such as falls, medication errors, or injuries can occur, and digital incident management can help mitigate and prevent them from happening in the future.
Nourish’s partnership with Radar Healthcare introduces advanced incident workflows, ensuring detailed information is captured at the right time and that the correct triage process has been implemented. With this integration there’s greater oversight so future events can be more easily predicted and preventative steps put into place to drive safer outcomes for staff and the people supported.
Advancing how medication is managed through smart integrations.
Nourish believes in offering choice and flexibility when it comes to choosing your eMAR provider.
We partner with a suite of leading eMAR solutions to allow our customers to review different providers and select the one best option to suit to your needs. By linking your systems together, it’s possible to advance the way medication is managed for busy care teams.
Here are some of the benefits:
Business and Workforce Management
Nourish has integrated with a suite of care administration and workforce management solutions to advance operations for busy care teams.
AI-driven pain identification can lead to better patient outcomes and cost savings in the healthcare system. When pain management solutions are linked, this allows care teams to proactively measure and monitor pain levels alongside daily care provision.
Digitally enabled pain identification can lead to significant benefits in care, including:
Using AI driven pain identification can help healthcare professionals intervene with appropriate pain management strategies before the pain becomes severe and lead to more timely and effective pain management.
Pain is subjective and can vary greatly from person to person. AI-driven pain identification can provide an objective measure of pain, which can be useful for clinical trials and research studies.