H.A.S. Technology are showcasing our leading social care technology brands. CM (previously CM2000) has provided monitoring, scheduling and financial management solutions for almost 20 years. We also offer BI tools and outcomes recording. PAMMS - powerful tool for improved commissioning, market-shaping and Provider risk mitigation. ARMED - prevention tool, identifying risks earlier in the care cycle, including risk of falling.
Welcome to H.A.S. Technology Group. You may not be familiar with our name but you’ll definitely know some of our brands.
CM (previously CM2000) has been providing market leading monitoring, scheduling and financial management solutions for almost 20 years. We also have tools for business intelligence reporting and outcomes recording. We can help you manage external and inhouse provision – improving quality and efficiency.
PAMMS (Provider Assessment and Market Management Tool) is a powerful tool for market shaping, improved commissioning and supply chain risk mitigation. Developed with ADASS East it is transforming the way the way Councils assess, manage and benchmark care services. PAMMS is proven to increase care quality and service sustainability in an increasingly fragile market. The outputs from this technology will be discussed during Wednesday’s 3.45 workshop session ‘Markets Today and Tomorrow’.
ARMED (Advanced Risk Modelling for Early Detection) is a prevention tool to help identify risks earlier in the care cycle, including risk of falling. Patients using ARMED’s wearable technology have immediately become more active, whilst those responsible for their care are alerted to risks including sleep quality, dehydration, muscle-mass changes, lack of movement and changes in heart rate. ARMED supports self-management and allows people to remain independent for longer.
We’ve got everything you need to inspire care excellence. Come and find out more at stand F8
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