Members of your multi disciplinary team can remotely access one data hub whenever or wherever they are.
Goal setting is a key component of rehabilitation according to National Institute of Clinical Excellence* and case management regulators including the British Association of Brain Injury Case Managers and the Case Management Society UK**.
The International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) is fully integrated into the Goal Manager system, and features the full range of core sets.
Define functional problems on which to base goals, either using the results of functional assessment or by defining your own.
Set goals based on identified functional problems and allow Goal Manager® to facilitate progress tracking using Goal Attainment Scaling (GAS)
Use the SMART framework to outline the objectives of each clinician to work towards achieving the goals
Generate automatic reports describing client progress through graphs, charts and clinician updates
I love Goal Manager®. It is cost effective to clients and good value for money. I like to be able to see the goals progressing for the client.
Goal Manager® provides the MDT with the ability to visualise the team’s approach in a collective manner which in turn helps with feedback into the instructing parties to increase their level of understanding for need and how this looks in improving the rehabilitation outcomes for the client.
Goal Manager® co-ordinates joint goals from a team in and easy to read format, allows individual team members to add objectives, formulates data in pictorial format so that progress or deteriorating in an easy to read format.
The Goal Manager® team have been really responsive with assistance and help.
It is helping me reflect on goals already achieved and the timing of new goals with what other professionals are already working on to the benefit of the client.
It has helped focus the MDT Meetings and improved collaboration
*National Institute of Clinical Excellence. (2013). Stroke rehabilitation in adults. National Institute for Clinical Excellence, CG162.
**Case Management Society UK. (2009). CMSUK: Standards & Best Practice Guidelines. CMSUK.
British Association of Brain Injury & Complex Case Management. (2018). Competency Framework for Case Managers and Standards for Case Management Practice. BABICM.
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