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Covid-19 | Top Tips for those who cannot stay at home!   We are constantly being inundated with news about the spread of Coronavirus and what we should be doing to protect ourselves. One of those things is to stay indoors, work from home, avoid going out. But what if that isn't realistic for some people? Especially if you can't work from home or you have other responsibilities. What do you do then? Well, there are ways you can mitigate against the risk of coronavirus, even when going about your normal routine:   Hands off! Language English read more...

Want to change systems, but worried about data migration?

Moving to a completely new way of working is bound to cause some anxiety. One of our client's major initial concerns relates to how their current way of working will move seamlessly to the new way. How will all their very important data be transferred? What if it goes missing? What if it gets muddled up? Language English read more...

Compliance and Technology - the perfect match!

Let’s be honest, healthcare hasn’t embraced technology quite as quickly as some other industries. For example, healthcare still often uses fax machines! In the same way, in the ‘old days’ compliance used to involve wading through piles and piles of paperwork. However, these days, with the improvement of technology in healthcare, compliance is a much more straightforward and streamlined process. Language English read more...

Health Plus Care Conference 2019

So, on the 26th and 27th June what are your plans? where will you be? Difficult to say right now? No definite schedule yet? Well, Pandora X know exactly where we will be, and what we will be doing. That, my friend, is what you call good planning. Language English read more...

Effective Communication

In a recent speech the Health and Social Care Secretary, Matt Hancock, pushed for the NHS to make a move towards digital communications. He advocated for the use of email, stating that 'having to deal with outdated technology is hugely frustrating for staff and patients alike – and in many cases downright dangerous'. He gave the example of a letter being lost in the post and stated that was the 'difference between life and death'. Language English read more...

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