Visionable’s Renewed Commitment Connecting Hospital Patients With Loved Ones
19th January 2020 Visionable has renewed its offer of free video calls to connect hospital patients with their loved ones as the Covid-19 pandemic continues. The company, which has developed a unique video collaboration platform that is used for multi-disciplinary team meetings and virtual clinics across the NHS, created Visionable Connect in the first wave, […]
Alan Lowe, CEO interview: A Video Collaboration Platform Designed For Healthcare
December 2nd, 2020 Designed by founders who have worked within the NHS and who continue to partner closely with NHS clinicians, Visionable has been created to develop fit-for-purpose digital care pathways and virtual care consultations. Full interview here.
Smart ambulances and wearables offer route to speedier treatments
November 24th, 2020 Service that improves treatment for patients on way to hospital to be introduced across UK after successful trial Full article here.
Tech dubbed ‘ambulance of the future’ gets cash boost
November 20th, 2020 British health tech firm Visionable has received £500,000 in new funds to further develop its 5G-based ambulance communications system. Full interview here.
Visionable to connect prisons and hospitals across England
October 21st, 2020 Prisons across England are set to be virtually connected to local hospitals for health and care services through secure a video system. NHS England and NHS Improvement have signed a deal with health tech company Visionable to allow prisoners to securely speak to consultants remotely. Full article here.
What if healthcare wasn’t a lottery, but about getting help when and where you need it?
September 7th, 2020 Visionable is the first video collaboration platform designed for healthcare team’s adept at handling the differing advanced clinical needs of the healthcare profession. Visonable was founded by Alan Lowe and Lord Victor Adebowale, CBE in 2015. Full article here.