Today we are really pleased to announce the launch of our KareInn Pilots section. This has been a long time coming and is in direct response to the feedback we have received from clients we have worked with over the last year. They have found our pilot process to really help in their adoption of our application and we felt it was something we should put on paper and share with the wider public.
To start with we have documented the more structured pilot process that we use for our medium sized care home groups, which is the most in depth. It works great for smaller companies too. So what's it all about?
Moving from your existing paper based or digital care planning process involves change for your organisation. We recognise this. We have designed KareInn Pilots to help you make the move simple and straightforward.
Each customer is different. For example some run a 6 week pilot, whilst others do so in a matter of days. It comes down to what's right for the team. Our experience in running pilots has allowed us to create the toolkit, which you can use in a way that fits your unique style.
WHAT IS A PILOT?
Pilot / feasibility study / trial / evaluation. Essentially a small-scale, short-term practical experiment intended to help you understand how a solution that changes your business might work in practice. Depending on your size, a pilot could involve multiple teams or it might involve just a single employee. It could run for several weeks, or just a few days.
There are two primary advantages to running a pilot
- It proves the feasibility to the key stakeholders / decision makers;
- It becomes a credible model for the other teams within your company.
By the end of your pilot, you should be able to demonstrate the value of our technology to decision makers, managers, carers and residents (we'll help you with the data to validate this). It is a great way to ensure that all levels of your business have brought into the ideas and concepts of our technology. All sizes of care home have owners, managers, senior carers, carers, assistants and residents. They will all have their own set of unique requirements.
The process helps to minimise resistance to change and creates a clear method for implementing our technology successfully on a wider scale.
We hope you find the information contained within KareInn Pilots useful for your company. In the coming weeks we will also be launching a more low touch way of getting onboard with our application. It's for customers that just want all the preparation work done so they can get up and running immediately. We're calling it KareInn Pilot Packs, so watch this space.