Integrated Solutions for ADL Documentation
Conduct ADL documentation faster and easier with our integrated solutions to increase your productivity, eliminate the need to enter duplicate information in multiple systems and ensure compliance.
ADL documentation in Point of Care (POC): ADLs, or activities of daily living, are documented in the point of care module. After an ADL—like poor meal intake or assistance using the restroom—is documented in the POC module, it can be monitored in the KPI dashboard. Information about ADLs documented in the Point of Care module can easily be imported into the MDS module by the MDS Coordinator to make sure documentation is accurate and consistent for reporting.
In addition to being documented in the POC, vitals are automatically displayed in the Vital Signs module for trending and tracking by the interdisciplinary teams.
Point of Care also has an electronic Kardex feature. This real-time interdisciplinary tool provides a full picture for each resident of the important care requirements and preferences.
Care plan intervention: Nurses can create a care plan intervention based on their resident-specific goals and devise a plan for achieving those goals. That care plan intervention is then documented in the point of care module. Nurses and aides are then prompted to document the interventions in the point of care. That care plan is also managed by the MDS coordinator, who is responsible for ensuring that care is administered and documented appropriately.
Documented ADLs can be set up to automatically trigger alerts in the eAssignments module, notifying nurses, CNAs or other care providers as to tasks that require attention.
Experience Care’s software also integrates with third-party systems and facilitates MDS import as required.