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A UK Midlands based SME who specialise in bio technology has developed a remote diagnostic health app which is used to perform first stage diagnostics between the patient and the doctor. The app also prevents the transfer of infectious viruses and diseases such as Covid-19 through the use of high definition image and sensor technology. The company is seeking a commercial agency agreement with routes to market and/or a joint venture partner with expertise and access to the healthcare sector.
A UK based bio tech SME has developed a novel and innovative high definition video consultation platform to enable healthcare providers to carry out the first stage diagnostics, post-treatment care, coaching and mentoring in a safe and convenient way.
With IoT (Internet of Things) technology such as smart mobile phones available in almost every household today, first stage diagnostics can be done either by your own doctor or a global one giving quicker access to medical treatment and intervention and also reducing waiting times and pressures that the health service providers are challenged with.
The aging population needs more access to the health experts locally which in many places around the world can be limited or very difficult to access. Health resources around the world are getting more and more overloaded as the population lives longer; most visits to a surgery are for minor issues and can be easily dealt with by nurses and pharmacies using a health app like this where first stage diagnostics can be done.
The application also prevents the transfer of infectious diseases such as COVID-19 by allowing high definition remote consultations and diagnostics.
The UK SME is currently in discussions with a major mobile communications and consumer electronics company based in Finland to take their platform to the next stage which will involve using personal health parameters set for each patient which will be detected using sensor technology.
The SME is open to discussions with organisations who have experience and expertise within the health care sector and have access to the market via a commercial agency or a joint venture agreement.
Quick and easy access to medical advise and intervention.
Reduces spread of infectious viruses and diseases.
Eliminates the need for a patient to travel to a medical centre which helps reduce Co2 emissions and city congestion.
The SME is seeking organisations with experience and access to the healthcare market to enable the scalability capability via a commercial agency with routes to market and/or a joint venture partner agreement.
Type of partners they are looking for are:
The diagnostic app is already in the market being used by 3 hospitals in India and in the Middle East.
The software is protected via copyright protection.
Trade Mark has been applied for.
Organisations that have experience and a track record in the healthcare sector who can offer routes to market and commercialisation via a commercial agency or joint venture agreement. For joint venture partners experience of application development and validation would be useful but not crucial.
Type of partners sought or considered are: health insurers, health trusts, medical centres, hospitals, private/public clinics and consultants.
Additionally it eliminates the need for a patient to travel to a medical centre which helps reduce Co2 emissions and city congestion.