Increased length of stay and longer waiting lists put additional pressure on the system

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Escalation of conditions and symptoms for vulnerable people, often caused by poor communication, leads to increased admissions and longer lengths of stay

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Waiting times are increasing with clinical staff repeatedly performing tasks that could be undertaken through supported self care

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Users with a forensic history do not comply with community care needs, leading to a revolving door of acute care and breach of required behaviours

Hear Me Now enables

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Enhanced provision and communication across sectors enabling fewer hospital admissions and shorter hospital stays

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Clinical staff to treat, care and support more efficiently using HMN tools for sharing care delivery techniques, saving time and enabling staff to see more people, shortening waiting lists

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Using multimedia (including video) to discuss and record treatments and behavioural plans, means that Hear Me Now records “the truth” and is available to service users, carers and clinical staff 24/7

Hear Me Now delivers

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30% reduction in healthcare contacts

A 12-month trial of Hear Me Now with 200 service users demonstrated a 30% reduction in the number of contacts made with LD service users for those using the Hear Me Now service. Resources could be redeployed or capacity reduced.

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£54,750 in year benefit

Reported by NHS Digital during the Social Care Pathfinder programme produced by service efficiencies using Hear Me Now in the Care Sector by improving sequencing and self care reducing staff time requirement

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Evidencing CQC Compliance

Better compliance with care orders as all people involved in an individuals care are clear about care requirements 24/7

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