Rescon are panel members on the "Business of Digital Health" at D Health, London.
Rescon are awarded the European Union Seal of Excellence in recognition of the Alder Hey @Home project taking into account Excellence, Impact, Quality and Efficiency.
Rescon and Victrix continue to work together to develop both the Ensom Interoperability Framework, on behalf of the European Union Digital Health Society, and their integrated proactive digital telehealthcare solution.
Rescon present on digital health futures at the Digital Health and Social Care Conference in Glasgow.
Rescon engage and work with The Innovation Agency, Worcester Telecare, Merseycare, Hertford Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (HPFT), Northern Care Alliance, Tunstall, Hertfordshire County Council, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Bayswater Institute, Victrix and Getronics.
Rescon are invited to present their wearable and analytics technologies to the Home Office for monitoring UK Emergency and Civil Services personnel.
Our Chief Medical Officer presents and discusses Digital Strategies to Enhance Evaluation at the Data Analytics for Pharma Development Conference, Brussels.
The Alder Hey @Home partnership with Alder Hey Children's Hospital continues, with children, parents, clinical teams and administrators working together to develop a paediatric cardiac surgery telehealth solution.
Rescon continue to work with Swindon CCG to deploy Lincus into GP practices to support diabetes management.
Lincus continues to be used as a mobile assessment tool to support people with multiple and complex needs at risk of homelessness as part of the Liverpool Waves of Hope project.
Tom presents the Alder Hey @Home project at the Health Innovation Exchange in Liverpool.
Rescon continue to work with QinetiQ, Cranfield University and Affective State to explore the use of quantified self in the military.
Rescon engage with Hertfordshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (HPFT), Northern Care Alliance, Glenelg Support, The Cheshire and Merseyside Women and Children's Vanguard, Liverpool CCG and Halton CCG.
The Alder Hey @Home project continues in partnership with Alder Hey Children's Hospital for the development of a paediatric cardiac surgery telehealth service solution.
Rescon continue to work as part of the Diabetes Digital Coach West of England Internet of Things NHS Test Bed.
Rescon continue deploy Lincus into GP Practices in partnership with Swindon CCG.
Lincus involvement is extended with the Waves of Hope programme to tackle issues for people with multiple and complex needs at risk of Homelessness.
Following independent clinical testing, Rescon's rate and rhythm algorithm for detecting atrial fibrillation has been CE Marked as a Class II medical device. The algorithm development was led by Dr Laura Gilbert (Analytics) with support from Dr Tom Dawson (Cardiac Physiology).
Tom is selected to join the Q experts in improvement community funded by the Health Foundation and NHS Improvement to improve health and care quality across the UK.
Rescon continue to work as partners in the West of England Diabetes Digital Coach NHS Test Bed.
Rescon work with QinetiQ, Cranfield University and Affective State to further develop and test the feasibility of collecting quantified self and quantified workplace data in the military.
Rescon engage with Allsorts, Innovation Agency, Worcestershire Telecare, Connected Health, Citrus Suite, Our Mobile Health and Redcentric.
Lincus undergoes major developments for compliance with the highest levels of data security and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which is due to come into force May 2018.
Rescon engage with the Hertfordshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust ahead of Lincus being used to support learning disability services across Hertfordshire, Essex and Buckinghamshire.
Rescon meet with clinicians at Alder Hey Hospital ahead of the Alder Hey @Home project starting in September.
Rescon work closely with Citrus Suite to co-develop the Lincus Diabetes app for GP referral through the EMIS patient management system.
The Waves of Hope project continues at pace, with Lincus used as a mobile assessment tool to support people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
Lincus continues to support patients with diabetes in GP practices in Swindon.
Chris represents Rescon at the UK Cloud Health Launch.
Rescon and Victrix SocSan closely work on the technical and service integration of their solutions.
Tom and the Diabetes Digital Coach Team presents their NHS Test Bed demonstrator to the Department of Health and other stakeholders in Whitehall.
Rescon's paper on Iterative Technology Development in UK Health and Social Care is published online.
Tom presents on integrating tools that evaluate the quality of clinical and social care at the point of care delivery at Digital Health in Manchester.
Rescon meet with Hft, Liverpool City Council, Tunstall, Northern Health Science Alliance, and Connected Health Cities.
Rescon continue to work with Widnes Vikings to support community health of adults and children.
Rescon and HEF Associates work together to co-produce the Health Equalities Framework for People at Risk of Homelessness with Multiple and Complex Needs.
The updated Lincus Companion app is released on the App Store and Google Play with improved security, enhanced connectivity, new features and improvements to user experience. Lincus Companion now integrates with Apple Health/Google Fit and has a new Data Explorer feature to let you delve deeper into your health and wellbeing data.
Rescon begin engaging with Wolverhampton City Council ahead of deploying Lincus for people with learning disabilities in supported living services.
The team continue collaborative with Victrix to integrate Lincus and proactive teleservices.
Rescon meet with DESMOND and continue to engage with GP practices in Swindon to support people with diabetes to use Lincus to better manage their condition.
Lincus continues to be used and extended as a mobile assessment tool for the Waves of Hope project in Liverpool.
Rescon move their North West office to Alder Hey Children's Hospital Innovation Hub where they are working as collaborative technology partners with the Trust.
Rescon continue to lead technical integration for the Diabetes Digital Coach NHS Test Bed in the West of England.
Tom presents on the Diabetes Digital Coach NHS Test Bed at IoTUK in Manchester.
Rescon and HEF associates run a co-production workshop with learning disability service commissioners and providers in Essex with a focus on using technology to improve the life of people with learning disabilities.
Engagement continues with Swindon CCG where Lincus is being used to support people with diabetes.
The team meet with Wolverhampton Council to discuss the use of Lincus to support people with learning disabilities in supported living services.
Rescon visit partners in Spain to integrate Lincus and proactive teleservices.
Lincus continues to be used as part of the Waves of Hope programme supporting people with multiple and complex needs at risk of homelessness in Liverpool.
Rescon meet with Widnes Vikings to discuss the use of Lincus to support health outreach in the community.
Work continues with Citrus Suite on the new Lincus Companion app update for iOS and Android.
The Health Foundation project integrating the Health Equalities Framework (HEF) into Lincus is presented by Hft in London.
Rescon are informed that their paper on the iterative development of Lincus within health and social care services has been accepted for publication at the Informatics for Health Conference (Authors: Adie, Laura and Tom).
Rescon attends the Future Support in Later Life workshop with the Government Office for Science and the Cabinet Office.
Rescon continue to lead technical integration for the West of England Diabetes Digital Coach NHS Test Bed.
There are further meetings with Chichester University, Leeds Beckett University, Liverpool City Council, Liverpool CCG and Polar.
Lincus continues to support those with diabetes in a number of GP practices in Swindon.
The Rescon team meet with Eltham Medical Practice to discuss the use of Lincus to support those with diabetes.
Development of Lincus Defence continues, with a new technical interfaces for military research and use being realised.
Lincus continues to be used as a mobile assessment tool for the Big Lottery funded Liverpool Waves of Hope programme and as a paperless care management system for people with Learning Disabilities in Lancashire and Northumberland.