GHM Care launch Nexus messaging platform for care homes

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GHM Care has developed and launched a new messaging unit for care homes. The platform, called Nexus Care, allows staff to receive alarm notifications from any nurse call system directly on their smartphone.  

Top Safety Accreditation for GHM Care

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Care home telecoms provider GHM Care has been awarded accreditation from Alcumus SafeContractor for achieving excellence in health and safety in the workplace.  

GHM Care providing telecoms to new Oakland care home

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GHM Care are delighted to have installed the phone system and specialist care home WiFi to a brand new Oakland care home in Eastbourne. The system has been linked to the nurse call system and all of the staff's smartphones to improve mobility, efficiency and noise levels throughout the home.  

GHM Care customer wins award for best building

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Great Oaks, a specialist residential, nursing and dementia care home in Bournemouth, and GHM Care customer, has been crowned the winner of the Dorset Building Excellence Awards 2018 for Best Inclusive Building.


Telecoms update: What’s to come…or just plain crazy

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Here is a snapshot of just some of the more extreme technologies that may or may not end up being adopted as part of our business telephone systems of the future:  

Could you be working alongside robot carers soon?

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Report by The Guardian Japan’s elderly are being told to get used to being looked after by robots. Could your care home technology extend to robot carers too? With Japan’s ageing society facing a predicted shortfall of 370,000 caregivers by 2025, the government wants to increase community acceptance of technology that could help fill the gap in the nursing workforce.  

Health and care must take advantage of tech, says parliamentary report

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An independent review of health and care services in Wales has found that the country is in dire need of a system change, including better uptake and use of technologies. The report sets out a “quadruple aim” for the health service to improve health and wellbeing by focusing on prevention, improve quality of care, improve capability and engagement among staff, and increase the value achieved from funding.  

The best way to charge your care home mobile phone

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Our mobile phones for care homes are always the latest hardware out there. But ever wondered what the most optimal way to charge them is?  

Latest Ofcom report shows decent broadband is a concern for small businesses

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The Connected Nations report found that a lack of decent broadband is a particular concern for small businesses. Small businesses increasingly rely on broadband, but a disproportionate number cannot access even a basic service. We estimate that almost 230,000 small businesses (7%) cannot receive decent broadband. A key benefit of the USO will be to address this concern. We see a similar pattern for superfast broadband, where around 500,000 small businesses (16%) do not have access, compared to 9% of premises as a whole.  

71% of 55-to-75 year olds now own an app-capable handset

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An article by the BBC says that smartphone sales are booming with older consumers in the UK, according to a study of the market.

It indicates that 71% of 55-to-75 year olds now own an app-capable handset.  

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