The Eclipse care management software has been live for more than a year now. During that time it has begun to transcend across the care sector and move beyond its initial programming. By creating the solution with the next ten years in mind, we have created something that is greater than the sum of its parts. It is comprised of a core construct that can be easily adapted to a new environment. We have taken the care management software to care providers with great success. Customers such as Resolve Care, Insight Behavioural Ltd and North Hill have joined the revolution and chosen Eclipse.
Continuing this wave of momentum, we will be taking Eclipse, on the road to different national events this month. Starting at the ADASS Spring Conference on the 8th May and moving to Mental Health Today Wales on the 10th. Eclipse will be showcased in front of hundreds of decision makers and to compliment these conferences, we have been invited to attend a special Learning Disability Study Day on the 16th May. All of these events will spread the positive message, that Eclipse is here and will change care management forever.
Care management on the road
The annual ADASS Spring Conference is one of the key events in the calendar. It will bring together many key influencers from within the industry such as Mark Lloyd, Chief Executive, Local Government Association, Barbara Keeley MP, Shadow Minister for Mental Health and Social Care and more. While these names may not mean the world to most, they convey the importance of events such as this one. The importance of getting together so many thoughts leaders in one place to discuss policy and legislation. This year, we will show them Eclipse and the strides that authorities such as, Wolverhampton City Council have made with the software. Wolverhampton purchased Eclipse for Early Help last year.
The Mental Health Today event in Wales will take place during Mental Health Awareness Week. By attending, we are confirming our commitment to creating solutions that benefit the entire health and social care market. We do not pigeon-hole ourselves. We create solutions such as Eclipse to be flexible and easily transferable to other markets. Our products are created with an open-source base for a reason. We are not inflexible and help as many people as possible. The easy customisation options ensure that those with lots and those with few IT Skills can pick up and use the solution.
The worlds of social and health care are undergoing rapid change. Traditional roles and boundaries are less well defined and new service models are emerging. These models give people a range of care options but also increase the complexities behind running the system. The Learning Disability Study day this month will improve outcomes for organisations. It will also continue to showcase the benefits of Eclipse to a new audience.
Talk to us
If you are attending any of the conferences listed above, then come to our stand and discuss how we can help you realise your ambitions. If you will be unable to attend, then don’t hesitate, contact us today for a free, no-hassle demonstration of Eclipse.