Companion App

A software known as PointClickCare CNA Companion is used by nursing homes and other institutions that provide care for older individuals in order to keep track of the needs of their patients.

It also offers online care via an electronic health care system for institutions that provide long-term or post-acute care to its patients.

The use of PointClickCare Companion may help caregivers save time and effort by facilitating the recording and administration of medical treatments and drugs in a more expedient manner.

It is possible for senior housing organizations to reap a number of advantages from the integration of Companion with point-of-care (POC) and electronic drug administration records (eMAR). PointClickCare Companion has the following features:

Through the use of Companion, caregivers may be able to spend more time with patients and less time documenting tasks, which may result in an enhanced experience for residents. It is because of this that they are able to deliver therapy that is both quicker and more precise, as well as retrieve data in an instant.

Residents are able to easily access vital information, which allows them to seek out services that were not intended for and get information about the services that they currently have.

The ability to readily locate key action items in unified to-do lists is made possible for users by activity categorization that is timed and shift-based.

Enhance Your Financial Assets: When you operate with Company, you can effortlessly record both scheduled and unscheduled labor without having to deal with the inconvenience of additional paperwork. You may be certain that you will be compensated for all of the services that you provide in this manner.

Employees should be kept happy and productive at all times: The process of locating and hiring people who are qualified is already difficult. If you provide them with what they want, it will be much simpler to both attract and keep them as customers.

By using Companion, staff workers are able to have access to vital information on residents, as well as straightforward tools for the administration of medications and the documenting of services.

It is now possible for users to readily record tasks and the durations of those jobs at the point of care, which eventually leads to reduced documentation. Recording vital signs and the administration of medications is a simple method that may be used to guarantee the highest possible level of service.