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TECH TALK: Integration drives digital adoption

Co-founder and director of Person Centred Software, Jonathan Papworth, discusses how health and care integration is driving digital adoption.  
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In safe hands: Care Home Professional July 2021

DevOps Manager Chris Egan explains how Person Centred Software meets care homes’ data security, access and scalability needs. Read more.
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The role of technology in supporting wellbeing for frontline care staff as well as service users

Find out what the role of technology during Covid has played in supporting wellbeing and enabling care providers to change their way of working ready for the new era.
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The influence dehydration has on the cognitive status of people aged 65 and over in social care settings

Research from the Royal Society of Medicine has revealed one in five people living in care homes do not have enough fluids in their diet. Learn more here.
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#GladtoCare Awareness Week returns following the success of initial launch

Person Centred Software and Autumna are thrilled to announce that #GladtoCare Awareness Week is returning for a second year. Find out more.
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TECH TALK: Interoperability; what is it and how is it impacting social care? 

Co-founder and director of Person Centred Software, Jonathan Papworth, offers advice on introducing digital tech systems that talk together. Read more.
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Person Centred Software assured by NHSX by being on the Accredited Supplier List

Find out more about how Person Centred Software has been assured by NHSX by being on the Accredited Supplier List.
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Care Minister praises technology during the pandemic as she discusses digitisation of social care

A virtual meeting between the Minister of State for Care and industry professionals has shone a light on the impact of technology. Find out more.
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TECH TALK: Joined up care in the world of connectivity

Person Centred Software founder and director Jonathan Papworth looks at why health and social care digital interoperability is taking so long to become the norm.
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