Inhealthcare has recorded its busiest-ever quarter after answering the NHS call for remote monitoring services during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Harrogate-based company won 15 new contracts during the period. These include a region-wide digital Covid-19 vaccine management programme for NHS staff, ‘Virtual Wards’ to monitor Covid-19 patients at home and early intervention technology to protect residents in care homes.
Bryn Sage, chief executive, said: “We are proud to be helping our partners in the NHS to meet the demand for remote monitoring services during the pandemic. I am also proud of my team for working around the clock to support health and care workers on the front line. The crisis has created a wave of innovation in the NHS, enabling care to safely delivered at scale to people in their own homes.”
Inhealthcare has grown substantially over the last year: more than 20 million people across the UK will soon have access to health technologies developed by the company in partnership with NHS clinicians. Inhealthcare is in the processing of rolling out national remote care services with central healthcare departments in Scotland and Northern Ireland.
With the support of parent Intechnology plc, the company continues to invest in its platform and its growing team of software engineers, business analysts, project managers, technical experts and sales and marketing professionals to help the NHS meet Covid-19 challenges, either through direct relationships or frameworks.
Inhealthcare featured in the Top Tech: Yorkshire 2020 report.