Regional digital tech companies celebrate inclusion in governments First 100 list

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A total of 14 companies from across the region are celebrating inclusion in the government’s First 100 list.

Companies featuring in the list come from Banbury, Cirencester, Gloucester, High Wycombe, Oxford, Stratford-upon-Avon and Warwick.

The ‘First 100’ lists 100 digital health companies which are already seeking global growth.  Healthcare UK, part of the Department for International Trade, selected the first 100 companies after a rigorous process based on a range of criteria including how committed they were to export and international expansion, the global uniqueness of their innovation, a track-record of working collaboratively with Healthcare UK, their responsiveness, and how well they represent the UK journey and direction in digital health, particularly with the NHS.

The list will be reviewed and maintained regularly and released formally twice a year. However, the picture of talent and innovation in the UK is a fast evolving one with new pioneers emerging daily.

BANBURY

Sitekit, through its flagship eRedbook PHR, empowers parents to manage their child’s health and wellbeing using their health data in collaboration with professionals. The eRedbook app is designed for both child and adult use.

CIRENCESTER

Intouch with Health specialises in helping hospitals and healthcare organisations manage all aspects of hospital patient journeys.

Transforming Systems solves the challenges associated with how to capture, transform and provide, actionable insights from a wide range of health data.

GLOUCESTERSHIRE

KiActiv® Health is a digital behavioural therapy that enables self-care to improve long term conditions and rehabilitation.

HIGH WYCOMBE

IMMJ Systems enables the rapid digitisation of paper based clinical content for use at the point of care. It does this through its MediViewer™ electronic document management solution built specifically for healthcare providers and designed around the needs of healthcare professionals.

Source Group provides specialist recruitment, waiting list management, sustainable change in the healthcare sector and software solutions that lead to sustained, tangible change.

OXFORD

Cognitant produces visual and interactive health information in 3D for a wide range of audiences, viewable on smartphones, tablets, computers and virtual reality headsets, through a unique platform, healthinote. The platform provides patients with personalised information and enables healthcare companies to engage patients effectively.

Isansys. The Patient Status Engine (PSE) is an advanced remote patient monitoring platform combining wearable sensors, wireless connectivity, predictive AI analytics, dashboards and alerting for hospital, home and community settings.

Mirada Medical. Automating radiotherapy imaging workflows. Unlocking the power of AI for radiation oncology. Mirada XD is designed to solve clinical challenges and optimise workflow

Navenio’s AI-led location-based solutions help to transform the efficiency of hospitals by enabling healthcare teams to be in the right place, enabling a rapid improvement in patient care with the most effective use of limited resources, in areas where traditional GPS based location services do not work.

Optellum The world’s first AI based lung cancer decision support software. Its platform helps clinicians to identify and track at-risk patients and to speed up interventions for patients with cancer while reducing unnecessary invasive procedures.

Oxehealth is a global leader in vision-based patient monitoring and management. It helps clinicians to deliver safer, more efficient care.  Its Oxevision platform, including a contact-free optical sensor, delivers clinical insights that enable staff to plan patient care and to intervene proactively to help patients across inpatient and residential care settings.

STRATFORD UPON AVON

Medic Bleep is secure and real-time communication enabling doctors, nurses and the wider team to communicate and collaborate within and across healthcare organisations. The increased efficiency in communication accelerates productivity, improves patient outcomes and reduces costs. Saving each nurse 21 minutes and each junior doctor 48 minutes per shift.

WARWICK

Diabetes Digital Media (DDM) provides evidence-based digital health interventions (digital therapeutics) that are clinically demonstrated to improve patient and population health.