The UK company has launched a secure platform connected to user devices to enable better independent living, health and social care outcomes, as well as improved digital access and skills for those with long-term conditions.
The platform provides a service integration and a taste of what is possible on the way to AI that fully synergises and digitalises a range of services.
Installing this platform gives both user and care provider an immediate and direct conduit to better understand needs and conditions.
This in turn improves the sharing and use of information towards self-help and family engagement as well as professional interventions, enabling better decisions on the level of ongoing care. It also gives users a new window to the world for communication and services; leading to improved health, wellbeing, and ultimately a longer period of independent living.
During the Covid-19 pandemic, the company extended their platform to over 500 users across several regions in the UK and has since become an integral partner to access public services and information.
The company delivers multiple public and private sector contracts and have been approved on Crown Commercial Service (Covid-19 catalogue of suppliers) and National Health Service (NHS) framework contracts. The company is currently looking to find global partners, both public and private, to collaborate on building digital, integrative solutions that improve lives, skills, and opportunities for all social services users across healthcare provisions. A license agreement is sought.