Log My Care offers free assessment guidance on CQC emergency framework

Technology outfit Log My Care is offering a free assessment guidance on the Care Quality Commission’s (CQC) emergency support framework.

The assessment guidance, developed by Log My Care in partnership with Age UK special advisor Stuart Prince, can be downloaded for free by anyone who needs it.

The CQC developed the emergency support framework in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, to be used during the crisis and will be used in all health and social care settings registered with the regulator while inspections are paused.

Log My Care said it would be ideal to share a complete assessment guidance to any care service in the UK in order to help to understand the guidelines and what will be asked from them during the phone interview.

The assessment guidance can be accessed online at https://logmycare.co.uk/2020/05/26/cqc-emergency-support-framework-briefing-note/

Since mid-March, Log My Care has produced, together with UK experts, a free series of resources to help care services manage coronavirus-related issues and has been inundated with responses ever since.

Log my Care has recorded over 2500 downloads of its free coronavirus support resources, the company said.

The resources help carers and care managers track their clients’ potential symptoms easily, make decisions accordingly and report coronavirus deaths more accurately to the government, the latter being the most recent problematic to date, it added.

“Regular monitoring and real-time alerts to virus outbreaks within care services have the potential to save thousands of lives and we’re happy to provide our technology as widely as possible to the social care sector during these critical times,” said Log My Care founder Sam Hussain.

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