The Universal Pain Assessment solution is now available to all integrated partners. This allows both PainChek® and NRS to be accessible from the one single point of care. It is now fully integrated with virtually all leading Care Management System (CMS) providers who cover approximately 80% or 180,000 of the aged care beds in Australia, and more than 50,000 beds in the UK.

Our integration partners

The integration with CMS providers supports the delivery of quality care for residents in aged care facilities. This means that all pain assessments are automatically uploaded in real-time, with no double handling of data — giving back critical time to clinical staff.

Click on your Care Management System provider to learn more about its integration with PainChek®.
(All IPs are listed by logo, including MediMap).

How CMS integration works

CMS integration enables care providers to identify, track and automate workflows related to the presence of pain, quantify the severity of pain, and monitor the effectiveness of pain management.

The resident data that is created or updated in a CMS is automatically reflected in the PainChek® system. Pain assessment results then flow back to your CMS for easy reference by your care workers and nursing staff.

More than a pain assessment tool

With over 300,000 pain assessments completed to date, the PainChek® universal pain assessment solution enabling better pain management and clinical decision-making at the provider, facility, and individual level. Through the unique insights available through PainChek® Analytics, care providers can help increase carer efficiency, tailored resident care, and support best-practice pain assessment.

Join over 900 Residential Aged Care facilities now accessing PainChek

To date, over 900 residential aged care facilities are using PainChek® to assess pain for their residents in their facility — making it the most common clinical software used in aged care facilities across Australia.

Currently, a fully-funded 12-month PainChek® licence is available for all Australian Residential Aged Care providers as part of a Federal Government initiative into innovation in aged care. The sign-up period for this free of charge access to PainChek expires in May 2021. Learn more and register your interest today.

Currently, a fully-funded 12-month PainChek® licence is available for all Australian Residential Aged Care providers as part of a Federal Government initiative into innovation in aged care. The sign-up period for this free of charge access to PainChek expires in May 2021. Learn more and register your interest today.

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