Bluebird Care Guildford & Waverley introduce new innovative app

Published: 22/05/2019

Bluebird Care Guildford & Waverley have launched an innovative app, allowing their staff to communicate electronically about people's care.

Bluebird Care Guildford & Waverley have launched an innovative app, allowing their staff to communicate electronically about people's care - improving safety and streamlining real-time information.

Tammy & FlorieThe ‘Bluebird PASS system’, has been introduced to people receiving care in their own homes across Woking, Guildford and Waverley. Once The Pass System app is downloaded onto the care worker’s mobile phone, they can access all customer information. Daily care notes can be written directly onto the phone and the information electronically transferred to our Hipley Street office.

The paperless system lists all notes from a care visit, highlighting what tasks were completed, when they were carried out and details about the overall health and wellbeing of a customer.

Director of Bluebird Care, Guildford & Waverley, Brian Colvin, said:
 
We are proud to be leading the way in the home care sector and utilising this fantastic technology, which helps improve communication around our customers’ care. ‘Bluebird PASS’ is a brilliant app which enables access to real-time care records on our care worker’s mobile phones, improving both communication and safety.”
Using the app, communication with health or social care workers and families is also streamlined, enabling up-to-the-minute information to be shared.

The new software replaces the need for handwritten notes, which need to be made at each care visit, and would only be reviewed each month, as opposed to each day.