Rescon are advised that their book chapter on "Technology Implementation: Lincus Software as a Service System" (Authors: Adie, Faye, Laura and Tom), will be published by Springer in Technologies and Smart Futures.
Rescon welcome three interns from Liverpool John Moores University to the team.
Rescon meet with Liverpool CCG and PSS following a highly successful Phase 1 of the Healthy Liverpool blood pressure screening programme which achieved conservative in year savings of 300% of the initial investment.
Rescon continue to work as the technology work package lead the Diabetes Digital Coach NHS Internet of Things Test Bed project.
Rescon partner with Victrix to deliver high impact, high value solutions to people with long term conditions in Europe and beyond.
There are further meetings with Glenelg Support, Riverside and Liverpool Innovation Network to discuss working together.
The Lincus platform achieves Cyber Essentials and IASME Information Governance accreditation (in addition to Level 2 IG SOC).
Rescon meet with GP Practices in Swindon to deliver Lincus for supporting patients with diabetes in the community.
Rescon continue engagement with the Waves of Hope project to support people with multiple and complex needs in Liverpool.
To expand their IoT capabilities Rescon develop the integration of a suite of wireless devices, including scales, blood pressure monitors, thermometers and pulse oximeters into their platform this month.
Rescon continues work hard with the WEAHSN Diabetes Digital Coach NHS Test Bed, leading the technical implementation (IoT, analytics and visualisation) work package.
Phase 1 of the Healthy Liverpool programme concludes, with more than 250 new cases of hypertension being discovered in the population and well in excess of 1000 people screened and educated about blood pressure.
Rescon attend the SETP2040 Symposium, running workshops to explore the use of Quantified Self technologies to enhance the performance of military personnel.
Rescon run Lincus workshops at the North West Regional Fulfilling Lives Conference, informing future Lincus developments to help support those with multiple and complex needs at risk of homelessness.
Rescon meet with Swindon CCG and Hawthorn Medical Practice ahead of deploying Lincus to support individuals with diabetes.
The Waves of Hope programme continues, using Lincus to support those with multiple and complex needs in Liverpool.
Rescon meet with Hft to roll out Lincus which will be used as a paper free care management system for people with learning disabilities in Northumberland and Lancashire.
Over 600 individuals have now been screened for hypertension by PSS and Rescon as part of the Healthy Liverpool Know Your Numbers programme.
Rescon's Lincus product suite was selected as a mature and innovative technology platform with operational potential for the UK MOD through the Tech UK Innovation Health and Fitness Monitoring Challenge.
Rescon kick off Phase 2 of their work exploring the use of quantified self in the military, meeting with Affective State, QinetiQ, Cranfield University, the Defence Sciences Technology Laboratories (dstl) and Ministry of Defence representatives.
Adie Blanchard is the first author of a paper accepted for publication in IEEE Conference Proceedings on "Barriers Facing Technical Implementation in Health and Social Care in the UK".
Rescon meet with Plessey Semiconductors and NHS Arden Commissioning Support in support of other projects.
Major new updates are released on both Lincus Web and the Lincus Companion App this month including new reminder, feedback and reporting functions.
Rescon deliver Lincus training in Liverpool for PSS, and begin deployment for PSS services.
Rescon meet with Waves of Hope ahead of the Lincus deployment for individuals at risk of homelessness.
Work continues at a fast pace with the West of England Internet of Things NHS Diabetes Digital Coach Test Bed collaboration.
The Digital Diabetes Coach NHS Test Bed in the West of England kicks up another gear with intensive collaborative work towards making life better for individuals with diabetes.
Rescon continue to work with Affective State, QinetiQ and Cranfield University on utilising quantified self to improve personnel performance.
Rescon exhibits at the Human Factors Integration Symposium at Abbey Wood.
The Healthy Liverpool - Know Your Numbers, blood pressure screening and education program is launched in collaboration with PSS and the Liverpool CCG.
Red Embedded and Rescon work together through the BOLD-TC collaboration to further integrate v-connect video consultation, communication and physiological measurements into the Lincus self report and evaluation platform. Tracking of multiple metrics goes live to improve the lives of those with Learning Disabilities.
Rescon are advised they have won the tender process to utilise Lincus to help improve the lives of those with multiple and complex needs at risk of homelessness as part of the Big Lottery funded Waves of Hope programme, run by Plus Dane Housing Association.
Rescon complete their first clinical engagement with Eltham Health as part of their Lincus for community self-management of diabetes programme.
Citrus Suite and Rescon work on the next Lincus App update including Lincus Performance, reminders and more system interoperability.
Hft and Rescon continue to develop Lincus as a Care Management system to enhance the co-ordinated care of people with learning disabilities.