New Integration allows medicine administration and the recording of care delivery within the KareInn digital care planning system

KareInn has announced it has integrated with Camascope, a market leading provider of Electronic Medicine Administration Records (eMAR).

The Camascope platform enables two-way pharmacy and care home communication, displaying whether prescriptions have been processed or are out for delivery.

The integration allows medicine administration and the recording of care delivery to be in synch for residents within the KareInn digital care planning system. Residents will be matched in each system automatically, and information is shared in real-time to ensure both systems have the same capture of notes.

Care providers can automatically populate the KareInn Medication table with the type of medication, dosage and administration instructions. Whenever a medication is recorded in Camascope an update will be posted in real-time to the KareInn timeline and will also appear in the relevant resident care plan.

KareInn will display whether or not the medication was offered, taken, refused or whether the resident was away from the home or sleeping to give an accurate view of the residents experience on that day.

Kate Colborne-Baber, Managing Director at KareInn says: “The integration will help to improve medicine compliance and reduce errors by alerting care home staff to potential missed medicines. The integration will further position KareInn as the next generation in digital care planning and care home software, giving residential care providers a 360-degree view of their care homes.”

Kehan Zhou, CEO at Camascope says: “Camascope is excited to partner with KareInn. The collaboration between Camascope and KareInn marks our third integration with care planning systems. Integrating electronic Medicine Administration Records with Care Planning Systems empowers care providers to deliver superior, more compliant care to residents, furthering our mission to make care accessible.” 

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