WiFi SPARK Works with Visionable to Connect Patients with their Loved ones
May 14 2020Seven NHS Trusts are using technology developed by WiFi SPARK in response to an urgent request from leading NHS Trusts to find a way to connect hospital patients with their loved ones during the coronavirus outbreak. Read More…
Seven NHS Trusts Deploy Technology to Connect Patients with their Loved Ones
May 13 2020
Seven NHS Trusts are using technology developed by WiFi SPARK in response to an urgent request from leading NHS Trusts to find a way to connect hospital patients with their loved ones during the coronavirus outbreak.
Rachel Dunscombe Joins Visionable
03 April 2020Rachel Dunscombe joined Visionable as its chief technology officer on Monday (30 March). Rachel is one of the best-known health tech leaders in the UK, as a result of her work with the NHS Digital Academy, the KLAS ARCH Collaborative, and Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust. Read More…
Ex-Financial institution of America FinTech skilled joins Visionable board
How Connected Ambulances Could Revolutionize Patient Treatment And Reduce Hospital Numbers
Forbes, 18 Nov, 2019
…thanks to software from healthtech firm Visionable, she was put in front of a remote stroke specialist, diagnosed and received treatment immediately. The technology has since been implemented into a connected ambulance solution developed in partnership with telecoms giant O2..
Tech startup raises over £9m to boost UK health service
Visionable: British startup founded by former NHS manager raises €10.5M funding
Silicon Canals, 12 November, 2019
Visionable, the healthcare technology company providing a single video collaboration platform that enables clinicians to deliver better patient care, has today announced it has raised £9.1 million (€10.5 million approx.), following a 50% oversubscribed funding round, valuing the company at £47.6m. The healthtech startup was co-founded by a former NHS manager Lord Victor Adebowale.
London startup founded by NHS manager secures £9.1m injection
City A.M., 11 November 2019
Visionable, a healthtech startup co-founded by a former NHS manager and independent peer Lord Victor Adebowale, has today revealed its series A funding round at £9.1m.
HealthTech video platform Visionable raises £9.1m
Visionable raises £9.1m growth funding
UKTN, 12 November 2019
Visionable, the healthcare technology company providing a single video collaboration platform that enables clinicians to deliver better patient care, has today announced it has raised £9.1m, following a 50% oversubscribed funding round.
How an NHS trust is using video conferencing to improve patient care
New Statesman, 25 October 2019
Mike Bone is the chief information officer for West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust, which is one of the 12 global digital exemplars (GDEs) across the country – meaning it has already ahead of many other trusts in terms of technological and digital change.
Smart ambulance adds 5G to video collaboration
AV Magazine, 18 September 2019
Video collaboration software company Visionable is taking part in the trial of a smart ambulance that simulates 5G connectivity to turn the vehicle into a remote consultation room.
O2 and Samsung to work on 5G connected ambulances for NHS
The Telegraph, 16 September 2019
O2, the mobile phone giant, is set to begin testing “smart ambulances” equipped with next generation 5G technology later this month in a deal with Samsung and the NHS.
Only Clinician First Solutions will Meaningfully Improve the Patient Experience
The Journal of mHealth, 6 August 2019
Healthcare professionals are committed to helping any patient who comes through the doors. ‘Patient experience’ and efforts to improve it come up in conversation all the time, but this is no simple task. In an effort to get to the heart of the issue, initiatives often focus on the patient. Yet putting clinicians first is more likely to deliver results.
How the Internet of Medical Things is set to revolutionise healthcare
IDG Connect, 17 July 2019
Like many other industries, healthcare is looking to revolutionise itself with the help of the Internet of Things (IoT). Connected devices can transform the sector in myriad ways, from speeding up diagnosis and improving doctor-patient communication through to saving costs and freeing healthcare professionals to focus on the most important aspects of patient care. As Alan Lowe, CEO of Visionable points out, it also enables improved access to healthcare…
The NHS needs to plan for today, not 10 years into the future
City A.M., 4 July 2019
The NHS was built with one key purpose: to address social inequality by making the best healthcare available to everyone. For years, that aim has driven technological innovations that power better provision of care…