MP visits leading IT firm in Codicote
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A global IT company showcased a new technology which is revolutionising patient care and could save the NHS millions of pounds.
Kronos, based in Codicote, invited Stephen McPartland, MP for Stevenage, to test out Optilink.
Mr McPartland said: “Kronos is a fantastic example of an innovative, industry-leading organisation that is investing in Codicote and bringing highly-skilled jobs to the area. Their technology is providing real solutions to a range of global companies and I am proud they are so committed to our area.
“It was great to see first hand the potential for helping staff in the NHS and the work they are already doing to help ensure that staff are available in the busiest wards, so patients have the care they need and nurses the support they need too.”
Tristan Spencer, director of sales and marketing at Kronos, said: “We’re delighted that Mr McPartland has taken such an interest in Kronos and the benefits that we can offer both in the public and private sectors.
“Providing accurate and transparent staffing numbers on hospital wards is now at the forefront of NHS policy development.
“Kronos solutions can help deliver safe staffing as well as achieving efficiency savings in the NHS.”
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