Blogs

Category: informative

With the healthcare industry moving faster than we’ve ever known it can be difficult to keep up to date and have the most relevant information. Below we have created a list of blogs to keep you informed about healthcare news, technology advancements, policies and administrations, and much more! The blogs have been selected based on…

In July 2021 U.S. News released their annual Honors Roll for the top 20 rated U.S. hospitals, and in this blog, we’ll show you the honors roll top 3, what they’re ranking for, and their focus toward patient experience. Annual U.S. hospital honor roll Each year U.S. News for Health releases its ranks for the…

Missed and late medical appointments have become a growing concern within the healthcare industry. As populations grow and we start to live longer, the effect of missing appointments has already begun to disrupt healthcare operations. Not all missed appointments are caused by the changes in population; however, they are more personal to the patient, as…

Very rarely, if ever, are customer complaints a pleasant experience for either party involved. For customers, they are often the last resort before abandoning a business whose conduct disappointed them. For businesses, they may range from unpleasant, albeit well-meaning, blows to their public image to unwarranted, indiscriminate personal remarks. Still, customer complaints are good for…

This is a summary of a private healthcare webinar, which Purple ran alongside University Hospital’s Managing Director of Innovation and Design in May. You can find the full recording of the webinar here or take a look at the transcript here. Dean quickly kicked off the webinar by introducing Shaun and Kip before introducing the…

“The key to good, frictionless, security is understanding the needs and the operations of the business to efficiently build controls around them. Security should be baked in, not sprayed on.” Senior Security Engineer, at Purple – Dan Perry What is infosec? Quite often a part of information risk management, Information Security (often shortened to ‘Infosec’)…

There are many different ways that businesses try to test out new website designs, marketing campaigns and with the use of WiFi Analytics, even store layouts and window displays. But to ensure that these campaign resources and efforts aren’t wasted, it’s important to ensure that companies have clear outcomes and can record their data accordingly….

Over 12 months after the global pandemic began, we’re starting to return to the office, socialize with friends and family, and in general getting our lives a little bit more back to normal.  In this blog, we’ll discuss the possibilities for office working, how returning industries could be influencing this, and how large office owners,…

Most businesses around the globe invest a lot of time and resources into acquiring new customers, the aim being to widen the customer base as much as possible. However, a study by Marketing Metrics in Jill Griffin’s book ‘Customer Loyalty: How to earn it’ revealed the probability of successfully selling a product or service to…

The restrictions on travel, business operations, and occupancy management within Europe have differed by country, here we take a look at some of the different approaches taken by individual European countries. Portugal Like many countries around the world, Portugal has had to react cautiously in combating new waves and outbreaks. On January 15th the Portuguese…

Almost a year on the Covid-19 pandemic is still causing issues for governments trying to deal with different waves and outbreaks. In this blog, we will focus on the current rules and regulations for venue gatherings in the UK. Occupancy Rules In: England During the latter half of February 2021 the UK government unveiled plans…

The Covid pandemic has forced governments across the globe to deal with various waves and strains of Covid19 very differently. Advice from WHO (The World Health Organisation) regarding personal safety was to wear a face mask in public and to maintain a safe distance from anyone around us. But as many governments haven’t dealt with…

What’s the difference between a local area network and a wide area network?

A LAN, abbreviated from Local Area Network, is a network that covers a small geographical area such as homes, offices, and groups of buildings. Whereas a WAN, abbreviated from Wide Area Network, is a network that covers larger geographical areas that can span the globe. An example of a widely used WAN is the Internet,…

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