Welcome to Provide Digital Arman

Arman Quddus, has joined Provide Digital as Product and Innovation Manager as the company continues on its journey of rapid growth. Arman will be responsible for leading the development and implementation of new and existing product ideas and innovations from conception to launch.  Having worked at Provide CIC as a Graduate Business Assistant since 2021, […]

Digital transformation set to revolutionisde adult social care

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Adult social care in the UK has been falling short for more than 10 years.

The demand is high, with more people asking for support and fewer receiving it. Meanwhile, attracting and retaining employees in a struggling sector has become a significant challenge. Here Managing Director of Provide Digital Paul Twyman looks at how digital technology could make all the difference.

Provide Digital shortlisted for prestigious national award

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Essex-based business Provide Digital which uses artificial intelligence to design, develop and build bespoke applications for the healthcare market has been shortlisted for a national award for its innovative self-referral software. The company is one of the finalists in this year’s Health Services Journal (HSJ) Digital Awards under the category Driving Change through Data and […]

The doctor is here to see you – online

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At the start of the year the UK government announced it was planning to expand the use of virtual wards, with the goal of treating up to 50,000 patients a month. Here Managing Director of Provide Digital, Paul Twyman, explains how this expansion will reduce pressure on the NHS, reduce waiting times, and improve care for patients.

Self-referral could untangle the red tape wrapping up patient waiting lists

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Up to 30 per cent of patients seeking a GP appointment each year do so with a musculoskeletal complaint, such as back or neck pain. Here, Chief Technology Officer Dheeraj Rathee explains why, with the NHS under enormous pressure, new models of care need to be built and implemented around the needs of patients – and they don’t just work for physiotherapy.