With our deep understanding of the value of social care data other ideas started to be developed.
We did some work with Edinburgh Napier University (ENU) to see how data could be modelled to identify risks. This longstanding partnership led to the development of ARMED (Advanced Risk Modelling for Early Detection). After initial community trials with incredible results, the project gained the support of the Digital Health & Care Institute (DHI). ARMED has been proven to identify risks earlier in the care cycle, including risk of falls. It has received a number of awards including being the winner of Tomorrow’s Care Awards 2020.
A project with ADASS East Region to replace manual monitoring systems and enable market intelligence, quality and financial data to be brought together in one place in real-time led to the development of PAMMS. PAMMS is now an eco-system of solutions using dynamic data collection to support a wide range of commissioning challenges. We are extremely proud that PAMMS market insight tool was chosen by LondonADASS as their primary data collection tool for vital daily intelligence during COVID-19.
Our organisation is made up of talented and passionate people who are proud to support the social care sector. Click here to find out more about working for us.
We’ve brought our suite of solutions for prevention, care commissioning and care delivery closer together. HAS Technology is now the home for our three healthcare brands - CM, ARMED and PAMMS.
HAS Technology are committed to the highest standards and hold a number of certifications. To give you reassurance and streamline purchasing our solutions are available via industry frameworks. We are active members of relevant trade bodies and are delighted to be a Microsoft partner.
We’ve always believed in giving something back. Since our humble beginnings we’ve donated over £1.7 million to good causes.
In 2021 HAS Technology became part of The Access Group meaning our solutions are now part of a wider portfolio of innovative software that delivers the future of care in the UK.