7 Sep 2020

Making PROMs easy for clinicians, and your patients

By |2021-04-09T02:08:53+00:00September 7, 2020|Thought Leadership|

Patient-Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) are becoming increasingly popular for payers and regulators to assess the value of services being delivered. This can create tension, if the clinical community feels they are being forced down a particular road that is not conducive to better decision making or that cuts across the relationship between doctor and patient. It doesn’t have to ...

30 Aug 2020

Virtue Integrated Elder Care partners with Cemplicity

By |2021-04-09T02:14:25+00:00August 30, 2020|Company News|

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 ...

24 Aug 2020

PaaS? SaaS? What’s the difference?

By |2021-04-09T02:18:50+00:00August 24, 2020|IT Leadership|

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 ...

18 Aug 2020

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

By |2021-04-09T02:45:27+00:00August 18, 2020|Thought Leadership|

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 ...

19 Jun 2020

Bringing Patient Symptoms and Clinical Decision Support Alive at Waikato DHB

By |2021-04-09T04:01:56+00:00June 19, 2020|Company News|

In 2020, more than 350 people will be diagnosed with advanced breast cancer (ABC) in New Zealand. A recent study published by Breast Cancer Foundation NZ (BCFNZ) examined the quality of life and survival rates of ABC patients in New Zealand against other countries and we didn’t compare well…patients pushed to the back of the queue, uneven treatment ...

15 Jun 2020

Interest in Patient Reported Outcomes Measures is growing significantly – here’s why.

By |2021-04-09T04:12:36+00:00June 15, 2020|Thought Leadership|

Healthcare professionals are always looking for effective and safe ways to improve the level of care, comfort and wellbeing of their patients. Whether it’s the most leading-edge gene therapy or hospital beds with a wireless network of sensors designed to reduce decubitus ulcers (bed sores), we all want to find ways to incrementally improve the quality and success ...

8 Jun 2020

Breaking Burnout

By |2021-04-09T04:25:25+00:00June 8, 2020|Thought Leadership|

As nations around the world begin to emerge from lockdown and assess the economic, social, and mental ravages of the COVID-19 pandemic, there is no doubt that some nations were more successful in limiting the spread and damage of the virus than others. It has been a surreal experience, sitting in my home office in London and talking ...

4 Jun 2020

MercyAscot partners with Cemplicity

By |2021-04-09T04:31:00+00:00June 4, 2020|Company News|

MercyAscot is one of New Zealand’s largest private surgical facilities, with 22 operating theatres, a high dependency unit and an intensive care unit. Located in Auckland they operate across three sites; Mercy Hospital Epsom, Ascot Hospital Remuera and Endoscopy service based in Epsom and Takapuna, North Shore. MercyAscot have partnered with Cemplicity to digitally transform their patient experience programme. ...

1 Jun 2020

Now is the time to care for carers

By |2021-04-09T05:37:40+00:00June 1, 2020|Thought Leadership|

Over past months, our healthcare workers have been asked to sacrifice their family life and personal health to care for our vulnerable loved ones. It is a powerful reminder that a healthcare system is only as good as its dedicated carers. Around the world nurses, doctors and carers are currently reporting unprecedented levels of mental and physical stress, ...

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