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Various Interpretations of DNR Can Affect a Loved One’s Care

Patients who are critically ill and potentially dying face overwhelming challenges, including a variety of intense emotions, loss of dignity and helplessness. A study published in the American Journal of Nursing shows that patients who have chosen a “do not resuscitate” (DNR) order may not receive the same patient care as others.1 The difference appears… Read More »

Where iPaaS and Low Code Collide – Cyclr Rises in G2’s Winter Grid Reports

Growing UK SaaS company’s position in G2 Grids extends to Low Code and Rapid Application Development Reports 7 Jan 2021 – UK SaaS company Cyclr has grown throughout 2020 both in revenue and team size. Despite the lockdowns and challenging economic environment, Cyclr’s team has grown from 13 to 25 people in the last twelve… Read More »

Qld concerns over NSW town visits

Queensland Health wants anyone who visited the regional NSW towns of Orange, Nyngan and Broken Hill last weekend to be tested for COVID-19. Queensland’s chief health officer Jeannette Young says she is treating the latest threat with an abundance of caution. The alert comes after a positive COVID-19 case from NSW transited through the towns… Read More »

MoneyGate selects CapitalBanker™ from Capital Banking Solutions for its operation in Cyprus

December 29th, 2020 – Capital Banking Solutions announced today that EMI MoneyGate has signed for CapitalBanker™, the core banking platform from Capital Banking Solutions. CapitalBanker™ is a cloud-ready, innovative platform that helps banks easily build, automate, and scale core banking operations allowing them to achieve the things that matter most to their business: New product… Read More »

Image that sums up UK COVID ‘catastrophe’

It’s a disturbing sight now occurring outside major British hospitals – queues of ambulances filled with patients unable to access the wards amid a surge in coronavirus cases as a new, more contagious, strain sweeps through the country. Britain’s new peak in cases has been labelled an emerging “catastrophe”. The strain is not more deadly… Read More »