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Transformative new project launches to support Welsh Ambulance Services clinicians with virtual triage for suspected stroke patients

The Stroke Implementation Group, part of the Wales NHS Executive, has commissioned Visionable to implement an emergency virtual triage pilot. Working within Cardiff and Vale University Health Board and alongside the Welsh Ambulance Services NHS Trust, this initiative allows stroke patients arriving by ambulance to bypass the emergency department and proceed directly to CT scanning. […]

Visionable selected to participate in AWS Healthcare Accelerator: Global Cohort for Workforce

We are pleased to announce that we have been selected to participate in the AWS Healthcare Accelerator: Global Cohort for Workforce to advance solutions for addressing urgent challenges facing the healthcare workforce. Healthcare workforce shortages are at crisis levels, driven by burnout, shrinking budgets, and the aftermath of a worldwide pandemic. As a result, patients […]

Visionable and Brainomix announce strategic partnership to tackle “bottlenecks” in time-sensitive stroke care pathway

Benefits of combining Visionable’s virtual platform with Brainomix’s e-Stroke imaging already demonstrated at Ipswich Hospital KENT, UK and OXFORD, UK, 10 November 2022 – Visionable, a real-time clinical collaboration platform enabling virtual healthcare models, and Brainomix, an AI-powered medtech solutions company, have announced a powerful strategic partnership that is transforming the delivery of stroke care. The […]

Connected Healthcare Centre launch

Jenny Clarke & Lord Victor ribbon cutting

Verizon Business and Visionable Open Center Dedicated to Accelerating Connected Healthcare London, U.K. – Verizon Business and Visionable, a leading health technology company based in the U.K., supported by Juniper Networks and Capgemini, have opened a technology-led center dedicated to accelerating the adoption of connected healthcare technologies for patient-centric care. Based in Kent, U.K. the […]