September 12, 2019 News

The Digital revolution picks up speed for Fusion

Entering the final quarter of 2019 for Fusion is looking extremely positive as they celebrate five new clients joining the company’s digital revolution.
The Jersey based LV Care Group, St Andrew’s Nursing Home in Barnoldswick, Welsh based St David’s Residential Home, Caresolve, and European Healthcare have all signed up to Fusion’s care management software platform.
Already using Fusion the LV Care Group have been so impressed with the service and platform that have committed to rolling out the full Fusion software package throughout the group as they add three further homes to their growing portfolio in Jersey and the Isle of Mann.
Both St Andrews House Nursing home and European Health Care spent a lot of time researching the software market to find a provider who could match their commitment to quality and high standards. Fusion came out on top during a demonstration as the provider who presented the most intuitive and easy to use platform, all backed up with the confidence of second to none customer service.
St David’s Residential Home had joined the digital revolution some years ago but weren’t happy with their provider. They approached Fusion for advice and a solution that wouldn’t disrupt the day-to-day running of the home. They signed up to Fusion’s full suite of services, Staffing, Resident/Service User and Care planning, and were up and running with a seamlessly transition in record time.
As specialists in Operational Management overseeing day-to-day running of care homes on behalf of operators and stakeholders, Caresolve approached Fusion for a solution that would track and improve care home business performance. They chose Fusion to provide accurate billing via the resident/service user module – the heart beat of any business.
Martin Jones, managing director of Fusion says: “The interest and commitment from care providers to invest in digital technology is a really positive thing to see. Not only does technology such as ours help aid the smooth running of a care home, it ensures compliance, frees up time, minimises error, and ultimately allows providers to deliver much better care. We are incredibly happy to be moving into the last quarter of 2019 with these results and with plenty more in the pipeline we’re fulfilling our mission to help providers go digital.”


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