Long-term care

Address the quality-of-life as well as the quality-of-care

Long-term care

Living comfortable in a safe environment

Not to register, but to improve!

Who doesn’t want to live independently in a safe environment? But falling seems inevitable sometimes. What to say about handing out wrong medication? 

Our solutions make unsafe situations visible to prevent them in the future. A cross-section of collected data that shows identifiable causes is just one of our promises.

Learning by mistakes

To err is human. But the idea is that you learn from mistakes. Our software provides structure in improving healthcare and will allow you to learn from adverse events, complaints and unsafe situations.

Whether the quality of care is centrally managed or by self-managing teams, we have simple but effective tools to manage your KPI’s. By adding lessons learned you set on of the terms to create a learning organization.

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Case study

Marilyn Quinn, President, NBCCSA & NBANH:
The New Brunswick Nurses Union (NBNU) welcomes the addition of an electronic safety program as another important step in the continuing efforts to improve worker and resident safety.
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22-06-2017
Our recent case study from one of our most innovate and dynamic clients is now available in English. It displays the limitless power of TPSC Cloud™. What Felix and his team have done, under the undeniable guidance of our Senior Consultant John, is simply remarkable! Together, they have built over 40 applications! Soon you will have the unique opportunity to go behind the scenes of their most valuable apps; from the descriptions to workflow and the reasoning behind each app. TPSC is not only about what you need now, but also what you may need in 1-2-3 years from now!
20-06-2017
TPSC visited Dr. Horacio E. Oduber Hospital in Aruba to discuss their patient safety and quality strategy. The hospital already has been using TPSC Cloud™ for incident reporting since 2012 and is now expanding to more applications, including TPSC’s complaint management and Improve 2.0 solution. This new focus will create the foundation for gathering relevant data and perform necessary trend analysis to improve the quality of care for their patients.

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