Using Birdie with a rostering integration

Learn more about which rostering systems we're compatible with.

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Written by Luke Cullimore
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Birdie is compatible with a number of different rostering systems which work together to make providing care easier!

An integration means that two (or more) separate platforms can work together, supporting each other's functions. This means that when you use a rostering system with Birdie, both systems can share data. The data (information about your care recipients, care professionals, visits etc) can be ‘pushed’ from one platform into the other, or ‘pulled’ by one platform into another.

How does it work?

When you create your visit schedule in your rostering system, it’ll be available in Birdie, with all of your care recipient's information. Using just one app when on a care call means less friction for staff and a quicker and easier way to log their visits and care observations.

Your care staff can check their rotas and visits before they start their day through Birdie, check any important care recipient information or requirements before they make their call and during a visit they can simply check in, check off their tasks, administer any medications, note down any observations or flag any concerns and check out - all through one system, Birdie.

What rostering systems do we integrate with?

  • Careplanner

  • Malinko

  • Staffplan

  • CareFree

  • Cold Harbour

  • Caras

  • Quickplan

  • iCare

What information is shared between the two systems?

This information can vary depending on what integration you use, please check out the relevant articles on each individual integration to check which data is synced.

  • The name of the care recipient

  • The care recipients' date of birth

  • The care recipients' address

  • The care recipients' gender

  • The status of the care recipient/care professional

  • The name of the care professional

  • The number and email of the care professional

  • Scheduled visit dates and times

  • Which care professionals are assigned to

  • The actual visit date and time including check-in and check-out times

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