When our medical director Dr Noel O’Kelly first travelled the world researching innovative models of care for people with COPD and heart failure, he could immediately see how remote monitoring could benefit his patients.
More than a decade later, the Clinitouch platform has grown to power 25+ remote monitoring pathways across a diverse range of health conditions, including some of the most ambitious rollouts of innovative “hospital-at-home” virtual wards in the NHS.
We’re a close-knit team who are passionate about working closely with our partners on delivering straightforward solutions and better health outcomes for all.
"We help clinicians with their pain points, in any pathway, to unearth the opportunities and possibilities of digital tech - but importantly I show them how this granularly helps them and their patients.
It’s my belief that through this conversation we get to the good stuff of understanding and facilitating change. We work together with clinicians to see the opportunities that don’t have to be overwhelming - but match them to their own capabilities so they really work for them."
"We’re different in that we talk to the people that make the health system work.
We use their expertise, combined with our tech and knowledge, to show them the pathways that they can benefit from the most. Taking the time to understand and evaluate - because we’re not about selling something in without any true value."
"And we do this by working hard to build our partnerships. Our success has always been tied to our partners' success; and they will always be one & the same.
We’re challenging the big guys with even bigger goals to achieve by 2025, where our aim is to deploy Clinitouch to help people around the world, including in low-to-middle income countries."
"Through my own experience within the NHS, I know just how much service delivery can vary in different places. What we do brilliantly is combine the knowledge of how to deliver services with what we know about making technology fit - so our conversations with clinicians are always focused around their needs and how we can practically help.
We genuinely ‘get’ the problems and the complexities around how challenging deployment is … for example, how shift patterns work, how to coordinate several ward deployments, what the training needs might be – we understand the important and real nitty gritty. Any problem they may see is a shared problem and we work together to solve it."
Because of our clinical backgrounds, we understand that tech is just one piece of the puzzle when deploying digital tools to bring about real-world health outcomes.
We aren’t about selling something that won’t work or create any benefits - and we always focus our efforts on delivering these genuine outcomes for patients.