Independent evaluation of PainChek in Australian aged care facilities reports positive clinical outcomes

Independent evaluation of PainChek in Australian aged care facilities reports positive clinical outcomes

In 2019, the Australian Department of Health provided a $5M grant to support the national roll-out of PainChek®.

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BUDGET BOOST FOR AGED CARE PAIN MANAGEMENT

Budget boost for aged care pain management

Older Australians unable to communicate their pain, including people living with dementia and disability, will benefit from the Morrison Government’s 2021 budget.

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PainChek is expanding its presence in the UK as COVID-19 restrictions ease

PainChek® is expanding its presence in the UK as COVID-19 restrictions ease

A year after the first COVID-19 lockdown, the social care sector is reopening its doors — reuniting residential care home residents with their loved ones.

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PainChek Universal: enabling best practice pain assessment for all people, everywhere

PainChek Universal: enabling best practice pain assessment for all people, everywhere

In 2016, we at PainChek began our journey with a mission to support those who are unable to reliably self-report. Over the past half-decade, PainChek technology has benefited thousands of people…

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Paper vs. digital pain assessment tools

According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), access to effective pain management is classified as a human right. However, for many aged care providers, demonstrating that this is the case in…

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Quarterly news update: PainChek® delivers sales growth during aged care lockdown, announces PainChek® Universal Pain Assessment Solution and accelerates market expansion

The end of 2020 was challenging for Australians, but we are pleased to share that PainChek® finished the year off strong. In the December quarter, we continued to bring our digital pain assessment…

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PainChek CEO joined Reach Markets for their fortnightly webcast ‘The Insider’

Fears grow for dementia patients following COVID-19 lockdowns. With a coronavirus outbreak in Sydney leading to a North Shore lockdown, new research suggests COVID-induced isolation is taking a…

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PainChek and Nulsen Group commence Australian-first trial in disability care

This year on International Day of Persons with Disabilities, PainChek and Nulsen Group have officially commenced a 6-month trial of the PainChek® digital pain assessment tool on people with…

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PainChek receives regulatory clearance from Health Canada

PainChek is pleased to announce it has received regulatory clearance from Health Canada, allowing it to move into the $5 billion in-home health and support services market in the country..

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Quarterly news update: PainChek continues to increase foothold in aged care, while expanding into the home care, hospital, and disability sector

PainChek has started off the new Financial Year on a strong note, with a number of developments taking place across the quarter from July to September. We have continued to deliver growth in the…

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PainChek to enter Canadian homecare market in partnership with AlayaCare

PainChek is pleased to announce it has extended its Australian partnership agreement with Montreal-based home health care software provider AlayaCare that will allow PainChek to enter the Canadian…

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PainChek® partners with Nulsen Group to improve pain detection in people with complex disabilities

Commencing a six-month trial of PainChek’s digital pain assessment app in National Disability Insurance Scheme (“NDIS”) participants across five shared residential homes. This partnership marks the…

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