Supporting remote implementation for new residential aged care facilities
In addition, supply of, and access to PainChek isn’t affected by territories or borders and can be deployed digitally to minimise the impact of any potential supplier entry restrictions imposed by residential aged care customers.
Available on the Apple Store and Google Play Store, the app can be downloaded and installed remotely on existing smartphones, tablets, and iPads, without the need for direct face-to-face contact or the purchase of new equipment.
PainChek also supports new and existing customers with a robust digital training program that can be accessed anywhere, any time. This suite of readily available online training modules can be used by global clients to enable remote training and on-boarding of the platform.
Providing ongoing access and support for existing customers
For Residential Aged Care facilities that are already using PainChek, the platform is well-placed to support existing infection control strategies including social distancing. PainChek can be used by care staff to assess pain in residents from up to 3 metres distance, allowing residential aged care facilities to continue to deliver reliable and regular pain assessment while protecting themselves and residents.
PainChek’s clinical support team are also available to assist via digital communication platforms, to ensure existing residential aged care facilities continue to get the support needed without needing to be physically on-site.
As one of Australia’s leading healthcare technology companies, PainChek was born in the cloud and is well-equipped to support remote operations. PainChek’s business continuity plan is designed to enable some or all of the workforce to work from home if required.