SMARTER STUDENT MEDICAL RECORDS KEPT UP-TO-DATE
DELIVER A BETTER DUTY OF CARE
Schools collect student medical forms to help them respond correctly in an emergency. Unfortunately, paper medical forms have limitations in terms of what can be collected, as well as how accessible those forms are when the need arises. CareMonkey ensures staff are better prepared, with smarter online student medical records that are also available offline on mobile devices.
KNOW EXACTLY WHAT TO DO IN AN EMERGENCY
Paper medical forms have limitations. They can’t ask everything. They generally don’t ask enough. And parents are sick of writing the same answers to the same questions over and over again. CareMonkey allows you to collect unlimited emergency and medical contacts. Staff will know what to do and who to call, and can share key information with paramedics including blood type, and whether the parents object to paracetamol or blood transfusions. Staff will know what medical conditions students have, and don’t have. And they’ll have personalised care instructions (e.g. allergy and asthma action plans) for every student ensuring they are completely prepared.
Parents can add unlimited emergency contacts.
Parents can add any useful medical contacts.
Know what medical conditions each student has, and doesn’t have.
Parents provide useful information for each condition.
Official Action Plans
Allergy and Asthma action plans can be attached and easily accessible.
Schools and staff are confident consent is given for medical treatment.
AUTOMATED REMINDERS KEEP
MEDICAL RECORDS UP-TO-DATE
Parents can edit their child’s medical record online, then confirm the record is up-to-date before every excursion. Periodic reminders are also set at a frequency you choose (e.g. every 3 months, 6 months, etc) to ensure medical and emergency information is kept fresh. Plus, updated emergency contacts and medical conditions are added back into SIMS, saving your team the tedious task of manual data entry.
INSTANT ACCESS ANYWHERE (EVEN OFFLINE)
Staff need secure access to medical records in an emergency. Locking medical records in a filing cabinet is not a solution. It is also unreasonable to expect every staff member to keep a paper copy in their hand while on duty. CareMonkey medical data (which is in sync with SIMS) is accessible on any platform and any device via our mobile website. The CareMonkey App allows staff to access student medical records offline; required when excursions take them off the grid. It is the best way to ensure staff will know exactly what to do, who to call, and what to tell ambulance paramedics in an emergency.
Give staff access to emergency contacts and medical profiles.
Access emergency information, even when excursions take you off the grid.
LOG INCIDENTS AS THEY HAPPEN
Report incidents without delay, rather than relying on memory when you get back to your desk. Document injuries, illnesses and accidents with the ability to add photos. Information is instantly accessible at your school office, and automatically added to SIMS as medical events.
KEEP SENSITIVE INFORMATION PRIVATE
Paper forms are a security risk. They can be lost, stolen, or read by anyone. CareMonkey ensures only authorised staff can access sensitive information, and when they do it is tracked for better governance and accountability.
Security and Privacy
Password, code, fingerprint or face ID protection ensures only authorised staff can access sensitive information.
CareMonkey tracks everything. See reports on every update, every log-in, and who accessed what data.
The Smartest Student Medical Record
CareMonkey’s online medical record is designed to make life easier for schools.
Online Consent Forms
Connect Medical Records with your online consent forms.
Receive alerts when medical and emergency contact data changes.
Manage and Group Students
Organise students into groups such as classes, sports teams, medical conditions, and excursions.
View upcoming events and add to your calendar.
Send Group Messages
Send SMS or email messages to the groups, or individual parents, guardians and colleagues.