Unique IQ announces ‘revolutionary’ care management system launch

IQcaremanager in use

Home care technology firm Unique IQ has announced a “revolutionary” new care management system for home care providers.

Designed to bring together all the features that care providers need, IQ:caremanager offers a software suite that unifies processes like rostering call monitoring, eMAR, payroll, HR and reporting – into a single system.

The new solution, developed in partnership with care agencies, is centred on empowering care providers by demystifying data, transforming incoming information into visual dashboards to help care providers understand and navigate the complex nature of their businesses. 

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From medications missed to mileage travelled, and from invoicing statuses to interview schedules, IQ:caremanager allows care providers to oversee and manage every aspect of their operation from one end-to-end system.

David Lynes, CEO & Founder of Unique IQ, said: “In designing the software, we have listened closely to what our care partners have told us. We have observed how they use our systems, explored with them what could be done differently and understood what it is they are trying to achieve.

“With IQ:caremanager, we now believe we have the only genuinely end-to-end care management system for the home care sector on the market.”

Aiding data discovery, the platform features standard reports for quick business intelligence, as well as a custom report builder to discover business-specific insights.

On top of that, a layer of AI works in the background to surface new trends and meaningful insights. 

IQ:caremanager is accessible from a web browser and on any device – from a desktop pc in an office, a tablet in a client’s home, or a smartphone during the weekly shop, making remote working easy.

Finally, it has an open API structure, meaning that data can flow to and from the system instantly. This lets providers plug into more than 600 software solutions like Slack, Microsoft 365 and the Google suite.

Lynes continued: “Care is going through a huge period of change at the moment, with technology at the forefront in supporting the remodelling of how care is delivered. Our intention for IQ:caremanager is that it will bring a level of efficiency and automation that helps care organisations ‘power up’. Through having access to technology that is fast, portable, intuitive, connected and data-rich, care staff are free to devote their energy to the task at hand – providing outstanding care.”

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