A platform coordinating the work of caregivers from multiple organizations.
In 3 months from concept to beta version
1.5M appointments made, 115 organizations integrated
Proper integration of the sensitive patient data (work with AU gov)
What did the client expect?
Develop a unique platform
The innovative concept assumed multiple carers looking after a single individual.
Carerooms were envisaged as a single point of information about an individual under care.
Follow Australian law
The product was built specifically for the Australian market and had to follow local regulations.
How did we work on the project?
The client approached us with a goal to create a community for caregivers, which would allow for different companies to share information about single individuals they provide help for. The system had to meet all requirements of Australian law for storage of sensitive information.
Pnyx was built with Meteor, as our key challenge was to quickly adapt the access system to meet strict requirements of the Australian law. Particular caregivers can be given specific access type to any part of the site.
The whole website was designed around a “careroom” - a place where all information about an individual is stored. The careroom contains schedules, planned services and caregivers that are providing them, as well as information about an individual.
The individual’s family can control access levels and can freely communicate with caregivers.
What did we achieve?
The client received a disruptive, innovative platform with social networking and collaboration in mind. It was adapted by over a thousand of educational institutions and gained interest of student in the early stages.
Disruptive collaboration tool
A platform based on innovative model
1.5M appointments made
Widely used by caregivers
A strong base of registered institutions
* a custom access system, with over 50 settings
* a "care room" - a knowledge base for a single person
* progress note for services that individual needs
* a shared calendar for services
* document templates for caregivers
* social features