Residential Aged Care

eCase is an end-to-end software solution for providers of Residential Aged Care.  With a modern and consistent browser-based user interface, in most instances information is found within two mouse clicks.  The interface is intuitive and ‘web-familiar’, making for shorter learning curves and faster deployments. It has predictive text, standardised terms, recognisable icons and symbols, in order to cater for differing levels of literacy and computer knowledge.

Backed by constant innovation, eCase features an industry-specific CRM, Medicare Online Claiming, Clinical Care, e-Rosters and e-Contracts, Catering, Financial, General Billing and ACFI Management, Quality Management, Medication Management, Virtual Telehealth integration and more.

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eCase Modules

eCase Telehealth

Use eCase Telehealth tools to manage many of your facility activities.  Remotely engage and interact with Doctors, Allied Health Professionals, Pharmacists and Families.  Remotely operate your Medication administration for your facility with ease. To enquire about a free trial, click here.

eCase Teleheath provides:

• High definition video conferencing
• Real-time monitoring
• Chat messaging
• Screen and file sharing
• Calendar integration
• Major browser support
• Compatible with all devices

Medication Management

The eCase Medication Management Module mitigates the risks associated with medication administration; eradicating ‘paper-based’ or outdated systems that may lead to incorrect dosing or timing, distraction and signature omissions.

eCase draws upon the MIMS database of quality, independent medicine information to provide users with comprehensive drug information including photos, interaction data and alternate therapy data.

Fully integrated with the eCase Single Client Record Architecture (SCRA), all medication management data is also immediately available within the eCase Business Intelligence (BI) Module.

eCase Medication Management provides:

• Clear drug image data
• Integration with ACFI
• Alerts for drug interactions and their severity
• Integration with resident movements
• Tracking of all medications in one repository
• Improves efficiency
• Mitigates compliance risks
• Improves quality of care
mitigates the risks associated with medication administration

mitigates the risks associated with medication administration