Health + Care finished last week and we are slowly picking up on some of the notes that we made regarding digitisation of care - with a special focus on how technologies help pave the way for a better and more effective care sector.
What makes a digital solution in the care sector great? We have interviewed Professor Neil Maiden on digitisation in care homes in the UK. Professor Maiden has almost a decade's experience in the sector and has accumulated in-depth knowledge as to what makes a solution good or bad.
Microsoft and Sekoia have teamed up in order to create a platform that enhances the quality and efficiency of care delivery. By reducing paperwork and administration in care homes, Sekoia helps customers enable care and create an attractive working environment for the care staff.
A cooperation between digital care plan supplier Sekoia and business connectivity giant Sky is supporting the ongoing ”paperless” movement within social adult care.
Sekoia brought together leaders in the UK health and social care sector for a roundtable at the Danish Embassy to discuss delivering ‘Outstanding’ care and the future of digitalisation in the UK care sector.
Sekoia attracts € 3m Series B investment from SPG and venture capital firm Northcap. The battle is on to conquer lead position within point of care software for the care home sector.
The National Care Forum and the Voluntary Organisations Disability Group have joined forces on a survey to uncover challenges and opportunities for people working in care.
The upcoming Care Roadshow is an exiting event for care home owners, managers and professionals. In Sekoia we are looking forward to catching up on the latest vibes and trends, and presenting our solution to the care sector at a crossroads.
On 64-70 Birmingham Road, Water Orton, the good people of Orton Manor Nursing Home are being supported by Sekoia. The endeavor to move into the digital era has been very well received.