Winner, Public Sector Awards 2019

Public Sector Awards

Careworks overall winner for excellence in Health & Care Software Awards, Public Sector 2019

CareWorks have been selected as the overall winner in the Public Sector Awards 2019 for Excellence in Health & Care Software.

CareWorks is the market leader for integrated community health and social care software, with over 100 customers in the UK, Ireland and USA. They provide software solutions that enable Health and Social Care organisations to make a real difference to people’s lives. Every day CareWorks’ solutions help tens of thousands of social workers, nurses, therapists and care professionals worldwide to do a better, safer job for patients.  CareWorks’ product, CareDirector, enables professionals to work better together, improving the efficiency and effectiveness of the services they provide to the public.  They currently provide solutions to councils and mental health trusts in England, a fully integrated health and social care solution to the country of Wales, health and human services solutions to States in the US and the national child care system for  Ireland. Their CareDirector framework brings together clinicians, social workers, carers and the public in the delivery of integrated, outcome focused services.

The CareWorks’ team recognise the importance of the work done by the Public Sector which is their primary focus and has been for the last 20 + years.

‘We understand, from our own experience, the vital work that our customers do. Whether that’s supporting older people and those with disabilities or helping children who’ve had a tough start in life to reach their potential. Our solutions make a positive contribution to that work.’ Michael Dolan, CEO, CareWorks

The CareWorks system represents genuine integration between our health and social care services. For front-line practitioners, it allows them to provide more consistent, co-ordinated care and support for individuals in their own communities, while for people receiving that care, it ensures they receive high quality care in or as close to their home as possible.’ Rebecca Evans, former Wales Social Services Minister.

‘One of Tusla’s key achievements over the past three years was…the development of a National Child Care Information System (NCCIS) to ensure that every social work department in Ireland has a robust, secure information system to support the delivery of effective child protection and welfare services.’ Fred McBride, Chief Executive, Tusla, February 2017

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