The Care Database looks to the PRSB’s standards to demonstrate their commitment to safe care delivery
The Care Database, an all-in-one care management platform specialising in the children’s respite and hospice sectors, is now a PRSB partner.
With over 25 years of solution expertise, The Care Database helps the community of care experts provide physical, emotional, social, and spiritual support to children, young adults and their families, across different settings and during the many phases of their lives.
The Care Database feels that the new partnership with PRSB will lead to a higher profile of specialists in the development of standards. By joining the Standards Partnership Scheme, it will move specialist suppliers more quickly towards interoperability in the sharing of people’s information ultimately to improve their care.
Our new partner strongly believes that achieving conformance against our standards will also help strengthen their brand as market leaders, and that the PRSB’s Quality Mark will help them demonstrate their commitment to safe care delivery. The company is also looking forward to benefiting from our workshops, which offer a chance to learn more about information standards and connect with clinical experts and other system suppliers.
Looking ahead, The Care Database will be interested in going through the conformance assessment against the About Me Standard and the Palliative and End of Life Care Information Standard as they are both key to children’s palliative care.
Polly Esplen, Managing Director at The Care Database, said: “We are glad to be a PRSB partner. We are committed to delivering our promise of consistent and safe data to support our clients in providing the highest quality of care. We look forward to adopting the information standards and to a future where we can integrate with other healthcare systems.”
Lorraine Foley, PRSB’s CEO, said: “I am delighted to welcome The Care Database as our new partner and am pleased that their goals strongly align with those of the PRSB – delivering high-quality care by adopting information standards and achieving interoperability. Our assessment team will be pleased to support The Care Database in becoming conformant against our standards.”