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Made for Healthcare
Pando is a clinical communications platform that offers a variety of features built for health and social care. Secure messaging, image sharing, patient lists, open forums, active directory and file sharing enable clinical professionals to deliver the best possible care – while making sure you can switch off after your shift with our unique unavailability toggle.
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What our users think…
Pando allows us to have a very clear idea about what is going on. Pando fills a massive gap as it lets us communicate quickly and securely to allow complex and fast decision making for evolving surgical cases. Pando has transformed the way we deliver care.
One of the best organisations I have worked with in 20 years in health tech. We have seen WhatsApp use reduce nearly as quickly, which is down to the comfort clinical teams have with the app.
It’s an absolutely fantastic tool! I use Pando on a daily basis to triage acute dermatology referrals as well as in clinic to allow monitoring of patients skin disease. It has become part of my daily tool kit! It’s also helped to reduce unnecessary referrals from the wards and A+E.
Organisations working with Pando
Pando is trusted by over 65,000 UK healthcare professionals.
If we were a hospital, we’d be the biggest in the country.
Pando in numbers.
Since the start of the pandemic, the use of Pando has increased all over the UK.
In April, Pando’s usage went up 504% with 4.6 million messages sent. As the country became more remote, we continued to bring healthcare together.
With a percentage rise of 432% and a peak of 1.29 million messages sent in a week, we adapted to the new way clinicians worked on the frontline.
244,000 messages, an increase of 375%, were sent in a single day by organisations across the country. Workforces of every size benefited from Pando’s coherent communication.