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Decision Support Tools for Seniors Care give staff the confidence and tools to assess and treat residents in their care home, and support virtual visits with physicians, mental health, and allied health professionals.

Our tools guide your staff through a series of evidence-based questions and pathways that result in a well informed resident-centred plan of care every time. They help keep your residents healthy inside their care home while minimizing the need for acute intervention.

Improve your standard of care and deliver exceptional, individualized care.

What sets Decision Support Tools for Seniors Care apart?

Decision Support Tools for Seniors Care assist your care planning for residents while reducing your administrative burden.

Enhance your decision-making at the point of care, build staff capacity, and bridge collaboration between clinicians and staff through improved communication while reducing documentation time and errors.

We offer an expansive library of tools for a range of common use-cases applicable to multiple care environments, including long-term care, assisted living, and independent living.

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Clinical content

Up-to-date content: Decision Support Tools for Seniors Care incorporate the latest best-practice standards and applicable legislation. They can help inform your care planning and decision-making.

Designed for your needs

Robust tools: Our expanding Support Tools library currently consists of six in-depth tools covering 10 common clinical conditions and resident circumstances. They assist you in managing a resident through admission, assessment, care planning, and other care management needs.

Easy to use

Simplified usability: Our Support Tools guide your staff through a systematic set of easy-to-use questions that are dynamically triggered based on provided answers.

EHR integration: Our solution integrates with leading electronic health record systems, including PointClickCare and MED e-care, to enable easy adoption.

How our tools support your staff and residents

Front-line staff

  • Supports best-practice decision making with clinical suggestions provided at point of care
  • Build capacity through latest evidence-based care standards
  • Set a higher care standard resulting in fewer hospital transfers


  • Get ahead of day-to-day acuity levels and regulatory requirements
  • Improve your overall service standard and reduce administrative burden
  • Reduce risk in your day-to-day operations

Government and health agencies

  • Supports standardization to best-practice while encouraging holistic and individualized resident care
  • Help achieve sector priorities, including avoidable ED transfer, length of stay, and hallway medicine
  • Capture more accurate data collection for improved resource allocation and funding decisions

Standardize your care planning


Make every care decision evidence-based

Decision Support Tools for Seniors Care make evidence-based standards the centre of your care planning decisions.

Built for your day-to-day needs

Cover a range of regular care needs, including pre-admission screens and changes in condition, in addition to six clinical categories covering conditions and circumstances common among the elderly.

Create individualized care plans easily

You can streamline resident-centred care plans and easily generate structured progress notes with reliable, validated data.

Skip the IT headaches and get moving

Save your staff time, avoid technical challenges, and see immediate adoption with Decision Support Tools’ full integration with leading EHR systems PointClickCare and MED e-care.

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