Procura's comprehensive home care solutions put people first with the tools to provide quality care in the client's home and in the community.
Procura offers community care software that work to provide Canadians with the tools they need to stay up-to-date in the changing healthcare industry.
Community care agencies are constantly growing, as more elderly Canadians are choosing to age at home rather than in a facility. For this to be possible, agencies and community care workers need comprehensive software that can manage the operational, clinical and financial aspects of managing chronic conditions at patient's homes. Procura offers proven technology for both medical offices and patient's homes that will help elderly individuals stay in their communities.
- Improve patient well being and medical efficiency
- Stay connected to your community care staff with up-to-the-minute access through mobile devices
- Use tools to manage your workforce and keep organized schedules
- Easily adhere to changing provincial, territorial and municipal government community care regulations
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Community care agencies rely on Procura's solutions to manage the services they offer to patients throughout Canada. Currently, Procura provides community care software to more than 12,600 users and 600 agencies throughout Canada, the U.S. and Australia.
Procura has analyzed and implemented hundreds of community care practices so that you can have the knowledge you need to provide the best possible care to your patients. We cater our services to meet the unique needs of Canadian community care agencies that have to keep up with provincial, territorial and municipal government regulations.
Recent Procura News
The Interim HealthCare franchisee, Salo, Inc., has implemented Procura Home Care Software as their end-to-end enterprise solution across their 47 locations in Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Indiana, and Kentucky. Salo, Inc. is the largest franchisee in the Interim HealthCare network. They employ close to 5,000 caregivers in five states caring for approximately 8,000 patients on a weekly basis.