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Can care homes improve outcomes and increase efficiency?

  • Posted by epilo
  • On 16th May 2016
Simultaneously, social care has experienced a 17% real terms reduction in spending by local government that has fallen particularly harshly on care homes, resulting in the collapse of a major operator in 2011 and huge losses reported for the UK’s biggest operator in the last year. The results of these pressures are stark to say […]
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Shared Medical Records: what are they and can they help you?

  • Posted by epilo
  • On 27th April 2016
Information about allergies Treatments received or ongoing Your medicines Any reactions to medications in the past Any known long-term conditions, such as diabetes or asthma Medical test results such as blood tests, allergy tests and other screenings Any clinically relevant lifestyle information, such as smoking, alcohol or weight Personal data, such as your age, name and address […]
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Curaguard learns while it protects you

  • Posted by epilo
  • On 30th March 2016
Healthcare spending is being actively managed, focusing on reducing expense without compromising on the quality of services. This shift is encouraging service commissioners to exploit technology-based solutions that curb the need for costly spending. In addition, we can see increasing demand for precision and evidence-based medicine and for patient personalisation of delivered services. Advanced analytics […]
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The CuraGuard approach to remote monitoring

  • Posted by epilo
  • On 24th March 2016
This is the case especially in regard to those over 65 years of age: the key group who could perhaps benefit the most by adopting remote monitoring. It is not so much that this group objects to the idea of being protected from afar, they want to feel safe without any great impact upon their […]
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Wish My Dad had Curaguard

  • Posted by epilo
  • On 24th March 2016
His condition continued to worsen however and an emergency appointment was made with his doctor but early that same evening, he was admitted to hospital on the recommendation of his doctor with suspected renal failure. Despite the best efforts of a dedicated medical team, dad died a little under two months later, his passing attributed […]
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