May 2018


Published: 5th June, 2017

Rescon continue to work with NHS Wales Informatics Service, ORCHA and Connected Health to develop mobile app design standards.

Rescon continue to engage with Oxford Innovation, GPCSL, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust, Halton Borough Council, Healthy.io, Victrix, Telefonica/O2, Getronics and Imosphere.

Two computer science interns from Liverpool John Moores University are welcomed to the team.

Rescon attend The Knowledge Transfer Network Digital Solutions to Mental Health Issues event in London.

Lincus

Rescon attend the Innovation Show in Liverpool with Lincus Maternity exhibited by Cheshire and Merseyside Women's and Children's Sustainability and Transformation Partnership.

Rescon continue to work as part of the digital transformation journey for maternity care in Cheshire & Merseyside with ongoing Lincus Maternity development.

Over 800 online videos and text articles specifically for maternity were expertly reviewed and added to the Lincus personal content recommendation tool.

Rescon continue to engage with City of Wolverhampton Council to deploy Lincus to support people with learning disabilities.

Rescon continue to work as part of the Diabetes Digital Coach NHS Test Bed integrating Lincus as a digital personal health record to support diabetes self-management.

Lincus continues to be used by Hft as a digital tool to support people with learning disabilities.

FHIR compliant JSON RESTful API along with Alexa connectivity capabilities continue to be developed within the Lincus test environment.

May 2018 News