In this exclusive video interview, Building Better Healthcare talks to Courtney Thorne about its work within the healthcare sector over the past 18 months and what the future holds for adoption of innovative technology
This article is sponsored by Courtney Thorne
Courtney Thorne is the UK's leading designer and manufacturer of wireless nurse call technology.
The company counts NHS trusts and private hospitals among its customers, along with local authority and privately-owned care homes, ranging from small independent to multi-national care home groups.
Courtney Thorne has extensive experience of implementing nurse call solutions that meet the needs of each organisation.
This can range from a single system specification for use across an entire NHS trust, through to a ‘break out’ system that can quickly and effectively meet a short-term need.
The past 18 months have been a testing and trying time for all those involved in the industry, and as the world attempts to get back to a semblance of normality; Courtney Thorne’s marketing manager, Barry Vacher, talks to Building Better Healthcare about their experiences and discusses the technology it provides and predictions for the future.
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