The West Midlands Academic Health Science Network leads, catalyses and drives co-operation, collaboration and productivity between academia, industry, health and care providers and commissioners, and citizens, and accelerates the adoption of innovation to generate continuous improvement in the region’s health and wealth
Improvement and Efficiency West Midlands provides an extensive programme of support and capacity building for improvement and efficiency, and acts as a catalyst for collaborative working across all authorities and partnerships in the West Midlands
DHACA is a not-for-profit member-led organisation that promotes digital health and care in the UK and Europe, championing scalability and interoperability. Our current focus is promoting mHealth apps through appropriate assessment and regulatory compliance. We have 770 members, primarily health & care SMEs.
Cera is a digitally-enabled home care company transforming social care. We use smart technology to automate operations and manage client care plans, streamlining processes and creating a seamless flow of communication. By combining technology and highly experienced and compassionate carers, we provide clients and their families with peace-of-mind and expert support.
Policy Partners Project specialises in online Adult Policies, Procedures and Practice guidance (APPPs) for adult social care, Safeguarding Adult Boards and provider agencies. We have direct experience of working with adults and our expertise and interest is in helping our customer embed policy into front line practice.
Brocade® networking solutions empower the world’s leading organizations to transition smoothly to a world where applications and information reside anywhere. By delivering agility and innovation for cloud-based environments, Brocade helps organisations modernise their networks and accelerate their journey to the New IP.
Vida is a new care technology platform providing in-home care services for the elderly and those with chronic illnesses. Vida’s main objective is to transform the care industry by recruiting and up-skilling high quality carers, providing a personalized end-to-end service and using ground breaking technology to improve communication and transparency in the delivery of care.
Konnektis enables care and support networks to collaborate more effectively in real-time to support the highest standards of person-centred, outcome based care for people living independently. Konnektis - which has been co-designed with users to identify and meet core needs - runs on a secure, easy-to-use tablet-hub that stays in the person's home.
Newcastle City Council working in partnership with KMS have developed MyTrav, a smartphone app which helps young people with Special Educational Needs to travel independently by guiding them through journeys which have been set up and personalised to their requirements. Parents can log onto a secure Carer Portal to see the real-time location of their child.
Texthelp believes that everyone shares a fundamental need to be understood by others, and language is our passport to academic, professional and life success. This is what drives Texthelp to create smart, easy-to-use support technologies that enable young people and adults read and write with confidence and independence and to develop digital skills in multiple languages.
IEG4 provide digital solutions to over 100 public sector organisations enabling them to effectively realise a digital by default strategy. IEG4 provide software to improve a person’s ‘Quality of Life’ through early intervention, prevention & self-help in a holistic personalised context such that the service burden on the public sector is minimised
We sell the UK's most trusted Police Approved KeySafe tested to the same standard as your front door. The Key Safe Company's relationship with local authorities, care providers and recipients means that over the years we have developed a range of products to help with personal security and safety.
Citizens who need to organise their own or a loved one’s care, will not have to make decisions on which provider to use without having trusted reviews or fully informed control over their choices. In three simple steps citizens can tell us what care they require, compare bespoke offers from the pre-approved local providers and choose the one that is right for them
With the potential to support cost efficiencies within domiciliary care, the Biodose Connect™ technology-enabled care device could reduce the burden on health and social care by £1 million plus per 100 users per annum through supporting independent living (Data on file).