Powering the future of connected healthcare
Visionable is reimagining health and social care for an increasingly digitally connected future. Our aim is to bring together every aspect of healthcare, ensuring professionals and individuals have access to all the information they need in order for a better patient outcome and also to address the issue of fragmented health systems.
Transforming clinical pathways: NHS East England Stroke Telemedicine Partnership
Our work with the NHS East England Stroke Telemedicine Partnership to create a solution for the Integrated Stroke Delivery Network has made real changes to patient outcomes. This solution enables emergency departments (ED) to connect patients with critical expertise when and where they need it. It allows health and social care teams to work more efficiently, reducing door-to-needle (DTN) time. Patients receive faster, better treatment because the stroke specialist comes directly to them. They are likely to spend less time in the hospital, often with faster recovery times, and with reduced chances of lifelong physical, cognitive and mental disabilities.
Of stroke patients in the region administered with thrombolysis
Of stroke patients (from 3,200 that were assessed via the telemedicine service) administered with thrombolysis
duration of hospital stays
NHS saving of
£400 per day
Savings on reduced patient admissions since 2010
Improving patient outcomes using video appointments: Southern Health
Visionable has partnered with Southern Health to develop the Virtual Consultation Platform, a unique application for managing patient consultations. The platform has provided a safe and secure way to deliver clinical care to the patient in the safety of their home as well as in Children’s Services – Health Visiting and School Nursing, italk, the Primary Care Psychology Service, Continence Service, Physio and Perinatal Services. Using Visionable, Southern Health have reduced Did Not Attend (DNA) rates and increased patient facing activity, saving both patients and clinicians’ valuable time and money.
Since implementing Visionable, Did Not Attend Rates have reduced from
in Jan-March 2019
in Jan-March 2020
With an average cost of
for each appointment
this has led to a significant cost saving for the Trust.
Connecting patients with loved ones during Covid-19: Oxford University NHS Foundation Trust
As the coronavirus swept across England, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust needed a way for patients to remain in contact with their loved ones whilst in lockdown. Visionable partnered with WifiSpark to deliver a simple solution. The Visionable Connect video calling app was downloaded onto 246 tablets to enable professionals to support patients without having to visit their bedside and allow patients to make calls from intensive care to say goodbye to loved ones as well as enabling children in hospital to access educational materials.
Visionable Connect is also being used by Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust, and Clatterbridge Cancer Centre NHS Foundation Trust.
Usage to date
Hours of time
Improving access, quality and cost of healthcare services for detained patients: HMPPS
Visionable has been fully approved by Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation Service’s IT Management and Security team to deliver telemedicine consultations in its facilities.
The secure, encrypted version of Visionable links each of its prisons to local hospitals, allowing them to reduce the number of physical hospital visits made by prisoners.
Visionable is being used in
prisons and young offenders’ institutes
secure children’s homes
Estimated Cost Saving (per visit)
We're proud to be
Registered as a Class 1 Medical Device
One of only two UK companies approved for patient consultations in secure settings/prisons
Tried and trusted by
25% of the top 100 UK hospitals
100 NHS organisations
27 NHS Trusts
144 secure clinical settings including prisons, children’s homes and immigration centres
Over 16,000 NHS staff members