Virtue Integrated Elder Care partners with Cemplicity

Virtue is one of the most fascinating companies Cemplicity has recently started working with. Based in Dublin, Ireland, they currently manage four care homes for the elderly, but it’s their strategic direction that we find exciting and that we are keen to support. Virtue recognises that most people like to stay in their own homes for as long as possible and that there is a need for a continuum of care to support older people. For Virtue, this means providing capacity in the community as well as the option of residential supports. Their integrated care model is an all inclusive [...]

August 30th, 2020|Categories: Company News|

PaaS? SaaS? What’s the difference?

Here at Cemplicity we run a SaaS platform. But every now and then we're asked about PaaS. So what's the difference? What we consider 'the cloud' these days can be broken into several layers. At the bottom level, there's the Infrastructure. This includes virtual machines, networks, servers, storage units, and even the physical data centres themselves. One layer above that is the Platform. This includes the operating systems your software runs on, along with any databases, and background services. Development tools are often categorised as part of the platform layer as well. And sitting on top of that giant pyramid [...]

August 24th, 2020|Categories: IT Leadership|

How can tracking symptoms and outcomes better support people living with long-term conditions?

Today, many of us either know of someone living with a long-term condition or are dealing with one ourselves. Medical advancement and healthier lifestyles enable us to live longer with conditions ranging from arthritis and type-2 diabetes to cancer, which is no longer the death sentence it once was. While this is an achievement, it's also placing more strain on healthcare services. According to a study published by the NHS in 2014, people living with a long-term condition account for 50% of G.P. appointments, 70% of all hospital beds, and 70% of total health and social care costs. At [...]

August 18th, 2020|Categories: Thought Leadership|