LondonUnited Kingdom EC2A 3QR
July 16, 2012
Technologies to help patients lead and manage their own care, particularly through ownership of their data
Increasing number of consumer devices and tool to collect, store, analyse and visualise patient's own data will help people take more ownership of their well-being and healthcare. Potential to improve healthcare and lower costs, but essential that information and systems are accepted by healthcare profession and robustly integrated. Next big wave of innovation may be driven more by people as consumers, rather than healthcare budget holders as the customer.
CEO and co-founder of uMotif - a beautifully simple tool to help people achieve their health, well-being, fitness and diet goals through simple self tracking. Our beta website is live at www.uMotif.com and our mobile apps are in development. We will launch our own uMotif app for consumers, and white label our tracking technology to others.
Meeting interesting people involved in a wide range of healthcare sectors. Potential to meet partners, customers, suppliers and collaborators for uMotif.
Yes - we have been shortlisted for an SBRI contract with NHS East of England for a uMotif app focused on medicines compliance for people with Parkinson's Disease. We'd be happy to present this and our wider plans. We want to take an open and collaborative approach to our development, so would be keen to discuss with the group.
Co-founder of uMotif - a beautifully simple tool to help people achieve their health, well-being, diet and fitness goals through self tracking