Blog – Kraydel

    Sign Up to the Newsletter




    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”.

    July 23 2020 | 0 Comment

    Belfast and London-based AgeTech company Kraydel have been named as a supplier on Crown Commercial Service’s Spark DPS, to accelerate delivery of “revolutionary” technology for older adults.

    July 12 2020 | 0 Comment

    There have been an abundance of reports with an almost embarrassing wealth of evidence about the quality and productivity of care outside of hospital settings.

    June 28 2020 | 0 Comment

    The Covid-19 pandemic has meant that health and particularly social care delivery is under public scrutiny like never before.

    May 19 2020 | 0 Comment

    We’ve had several weeks of listening to the Government, and for those outside England, listening to our devolved leaders, tell us to stay at home to protect ourselves and the NHS.