Working in the heart of the home
No one knows what the future of the workplace will be, but preparing for all potentialities is still possible
Whether in Ireland or abroad, more than one politician and business leader have ruffled feathers by suggesting that as the pandemic goes into abeyance, it is time to get back to work. “What do you mean ‘back’?’', came the response from workers who have struggled to maintain and even increase productivity over the last 18 months.
‘Back to the workplace’ may have been a more delicate term, though even that form...
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eHealth in its many guises, is trusted and accepted by patients
‘I’m not sure what lessons we’ve learned…’ says Thomas Sharkey, Healthcare Lead, AWS, Ireland
Healthcare is a rapidly evolving area
‘Both Covid-19 and the recent cyber-attack have paved the way for significant investment and improvements to the IT infrastructure of the health service’ says Joanelle O’Cleirigh, Partner in the Litigation, Dispute Resolution and Investigations Group in Arthur Cox LLP.
The Healthcare System cannot afford to stand still
‘The hospital system in Ireland has suffered from under-investment for many years and COVID 19 has highlighted the ongoing shortage in hospital capacity’ says Padraig Duff, Commercial Director at Temperature Controlled Pharmaceuticals Limited