Monitor Key Performance Indicators – SUPER Care Audit Software

Provide evidence of the standard of care provided with the SUPER Care audit system from Medical Audits

Specifically designed for auditing care in non- acute settings, this audit system enables care providers assess the standard of care provided by measuring a number of key performance indicators related to patient outcomes, recognised parameters for high standards of care provision.

These include measuring the outcome of the care provided in your organisation and include:

✔ Presence of a pressure ulcer
✔ Number of falls
✔ Residents on Antibiotics
✔ Acquisition of Multi-drug resistant organisms
And more

SUPER Care - Resident Safety audit software is suitable for use in all non-acute and community based areas of Healthcare including:

  • Care homes
  • Nursing homes
  • Dementia services
  • Residential care services
  • Disability services

SUPER care – Patient outcome audit enables monitoring of Key Performance Indicators for residential care

Many of the audits carried out in care services focus on evidencing compliance with Care Quality Commission (CQC) and Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) standards for residential care.

They include auditing:

  • Environmental hygiene audits
  • Health and Safety audits
  • Infection control audits
  • Nutrition and hydration audits
  • Documentation and care plan audits
  • To name but a few.

While Medical Audits can provide a range of audit software systems for this purpose, audits of the OUTCOMES of the care provided are essential for meeting the fundamental standards of care (CQC) and National Standards for Residential Care settings (HIQA)

The SUPER Care audit has been developed for that purpose – to enable monitoring and audit of key performance indicators of the standard of the care provided.

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All Medical Audits’ audit systems are based on best practice standards and guidelines.

They are developed in consultation with Healthcare experts and reference the following standards and guidance:-

✔ Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2014
✔ National standards for safer better care (HIQA, 2012)
✔ Care Quality Commission (Registration) Regulations 2009
✔ The fundamental standards of care (CQC, 2017)
✔ National Standards for Residential Care settings in Ireland (HIQA, 2016)
✔ National standards for infection prevention and control in community services (HIQA, 2018)
✔ High Impact Interventions (NHS Improvement & IPS, 2017).
✔ Guidance for Application of Standards and Recommended Practices in Primary Care Local Decontamination Units (HSE, Ireland 2016).
✔ National Standards for Settings for Older People in Ireland (HIQA, 2016).
✔ Prevention and control of infection in care home – an information resource (Health Protection Agency, 2013).

MEDICAL AUDITS SYSTEMS MERGE INTO ONE WHOLE HEALTHCARE MONITORING SOLUTION

Because all our systems combine into one complete auditing and quality assurance system, you can seamlessly audit across acute hospitals, primary care teams, Hospices, residential care settings, Dental practices, GP practices, out-patient clinics, prison services and more.

Medical Audits Auditing and Quality Assurance Systems Provide the Technology Systems for Monitoring Infection Prevention Standards across all non-acute services and community based services.



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