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    July 04 2021 | 0 Comment

    The ageing global population is one of the biggest challenges our era.

    July 04 2021 | 0 Comment

    We often talk about how Konnect enables older adults to “make video calls on their TV. The biggest and brightest screen in their home, and all from the comfort of their favourite chair or sofa”.

    June 30 2021 | 0 Comment

    Forget strange looking robots attempting to impersonate a meaningful conversation. The real revolution in agetech AI will look less like it was designed by a teenage comic book fan, and instead will focus on deep data insights and advanced decision...

    May 03 2021 | 0 Comment

    For a decade we have been moving towards a predominantly digital world; online banking, online shopping, remote working powered by video conferencing and the convergence of wearables and healthtech to name but a few.

    March 18 2021 | 0 Comment

    Older adults face unique challenges when it comes to the adoption of new technology. The barriers can range from the physical to psychological.

    March 18 2021 | 0 Comment

    The Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated societal level change at an unprecedented scale and scope. Working from home has gone from an occasional perk, to the new normal. Health technology has gone from a slow burn to a national priority.

    January 07 2021 | 0 Comment

    If a Single Point of Access (SPA) system is to work, then it needs to do what it says on the box!

    December 07 2020 | 0 Comment

    December 9th is Homecare Day 2020 and Kraydel joins people up and down the country celebrating and raising awareness of the role homecare services play in the health and social care community. 

    October 27 2020 | 0 Comment

    While Matt Hancock’s drive to deliver digital transformation in the health care sector should be applauded, the recent announcement of iPads for care homes is short-sighted and ignores the market research. The 11,000 iPads amount to less than one unit...

    July 30 2020 | 0 Comment

    Health Secretary Matt Hancock has praised the “hugely positive” response to virtual telehealth appointments during the coronavirus pandemic and supports an ongoing shift towards more “Zoom medicine”.