08 June 2018 / Categories: News Care management and workforce scheduling solutions at Health+Care 2018 CM2000 will be showcasing their latest care management and scheduling solution 27th to 28th June at Health+Care 2018. June is always a busy month for CM2000 with attendance at a number of major trade shows and national exhibitions. 2018 is no exception. Between the 27th and 28th June we will be exhibiting at Health+Care for the fourth year running.If you are planning to attend to the show come and find us on Stand E20 where we will be showcasing the recently launched RosterPlus care management and scheduling solution together with our other monitoring, financial management and business intelligence tools, all of which save our customers time and money, while improving efficiency and the quality of the services they offer.Building on our 18 year experience of developing innovative market leading software solutions for the social care sector, RosterPlus is designed specifically to meet the needs of independent care providers with three core values in mind: quality, effectiveness and affordability.RosterPlus is highly intuitive, and helps you manage all aspects of your day-to-day operations – so you can focus on delivering high-quality care. From smartly allocating visits using Client–Care Worker matching, to managing staff holidays, sickness, training, payroll and more, RosterPlus will ensure your business is running smoothly.The solution will also help you to grow and increase your capacity by improving back-office efficiencies and allow you to deliver more care – all while improving communication within the business. As you would expect from CM2000, RosterPlus also integrates with CallConfirmLive! Monitoring for fully integrated care management, monitoring and scheduling – bringing the best out of your service and helping you meet the requirements from ADASS and CQC. Previous Article Loreburn Housing Association are first in Scotland to adopt pioneering falls prevention technology Next Article Strong leaders and well-trained staff is vital for provider improvement Print 112 Rate this article: No rating Please login or register to post comments.