Empowering Next of Kin: Technology’s Role in the NHS and Social Care.

In the National Health Service (NHS) and social care sectors of the United Kingdom, next of kin play an important role in supporting their loved ones’ well-being and care needs. Historically, this responsibility has been fraught with issues such as … Read More

Promoting Independence for Older People

As the population ages, the National Health Service (NHS) and the social care sector have become more aware of the importance of promoting independence for older people. Encouraging older people to keep their autonomy and self-sufficiency improves their quality of … Read More

Harnessing Technology to Prevent Falls: Advances in the UK NHS and Social Care

Falls among the elderly are a big concern for the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) and social care sector. Falls can have significant repercussions, including injuries, hospitalisations, and a decline in overall health and independence. However, technological breakthroughs provide intriguing … Read More

Overcoming the Digital Divide in Healthcare Access

The digital gap, defined as discrepancies in access to and use of digital technology, is a major topic in healthcare. Access to healthcare services and information in today’s digital era frequently relies on digital technologies and platforms. However, not everyone … Read More

How Connected Care and Remote Monitoring Are Changing the Face of Healthcare

With the introduction of telemedicine and remote monitoring technology, the healthcare environment is undergoing a revolutionary transformation. These cutting-edge solutions are transforming healthcare delivery, making it more accessible, easy, and efficient. In this post, we will look at how connected … Read More

Ensuring Data Security and Privacy in Health Tech Solutions

The widespread adoption of health-tech solutions such as electronic health records (EHRs), telehealth platforms, and wearable gadgets has proclaimed a new era in healthcare. While these advancements have many advantages, they also pose serious issues about data security and individual … Read More

Person-Centred Care: Empowering Individuals Using Digital Tools

Person-centred care is a health & social care philosophy that prioritises an individual’s needs, preferences, and active participation in their own treatment journey. Digital tools and technologies have become critical in establishing person-centred care in today’s digital age. In this … Read More

Ageing in Place - Connected Care

Ageing In Place – Connected Care

In the UK, the idea of “ageing in place,” or enabling people to live freely in their own homes as they age, is becoming more and more popular. The implementation of Connected Care home technologies is essential to bringing this … Read More

Measuring the ROI of Technology-Enabled Care Solutions

As more health & social care providers and organisations adopt technology-enabled care solutions, the need to evaluate Return on Investment (ROI) is becoming ever more relevant. While the benefits of TEC solutions are readily apparent in improved resident outcomes and … Read More

Aquarate and AVERio Join Forces to Enhance Care For Vulnerable Individuals

Aquarate, the healthtech company that’s reinventing hydration with its groundbreaking smart cup, has joined forces with AVERio, a leading provider of fall detection and monitoring software, to announce an exciting new partnership. This collaboration aims to drive positive change in … Read More

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