Rescon News

March 2019

March 2019

Published: 4th April, 2019

Dr Laura Gilbert presents on AI and Edge Computing at the Future Healthcare 2020 Conference .

One Workforce and Rescon attend ECO18 Innovating to meet NHS and social care workforce needs hosted by the Innovation Agency and European Connected Health Alliance . Caroline Richardson and Tom Dawson co-present their blended learning platform that combines face to face and digital learning to create a fully personalised human resource service for organisations.

Rescon attend the INTEROPen Share2Care Connectathon and work with the North West Coast and national community to continue the drive towards interoperability across health and social care systems for improved citizen health and wellbeing outcomes.

ATACC Group and Rescon meet to work on ways to improve delivery of emergency care, support and training to professionals and citizens with a focus on first responder services.

Rescon work with Caja Group on the co-design of new, evidence based and technology enabled ways of improving workflows and care delivery within primary, secondary and social care settings.

Liverpool Women's Hospital clinical and IT teams work with Rescon to realise a connected maternity system for better and more efficient maternity care.

Rescon and Bradford Council continue to work together on implementation of Artificial Intelligence solutions for use in Adult Social Care .

Rescon attend the Cheshire and Merseyside Empower the Person STP board meeting at the Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust headquarters.

Rescon work with the Cheshire and Merseyside Women's and Children's Improving Me team , Merseycare and Telefonica/O2 to codevelop, implement, and evaluate new managed services integrating devices, data and digital tools to improve health and social care delivery.

Rescon continue to work with One Medical Group on integrated technology and care delivery solutions that focus on what's important to patients, staff and the NHS.

In addition Rescon engage with the St Helens & Knowsley Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust , North West Coast Clinical Senate , Innovation Agency,Oxford AHSN,EIT Health, VCCP Partnership, NIHR Clinical Research Network , North West Coast Strategic Clinical Network , Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust , Leighton Hospital, Lancaster University, Blackburn with Darwen Council , NHS Digital,FutureGov,Victrix SpainForth,All 4 Maternity and Marand.

Lincus

Rescon work with Black Pear Software on realising further connectivity and interoperability between Lincus GP and other service user health and wellbeing record solutions.

Lincus continues to evolve as a blended learning platform for service users and staff with tailored learning module, online lecture, video consultation/peer support, personalised educational material and engagement metric functions.

Lincus for Learning Disabilities launches in Voyage Care's Barnard Road service in a project supported by the City of Wolverhampton Council .

Lincus Maternity work steps up to include co-design of interfaces and data requirements for midwives, health visitors and community mental health nurses with the Cheshire and Merseyside Women's and Children's Sustainability and Transformation Partnership .

Rescon integrates the Ripple Foundation PulseTile (Clinical UI/UX) , QEWDjs (integration engine) and EtherCIS Open HER Clinical Data Repository into the Lincus stack further extending capabilities of Lincus as an Open Platform ready for connecting and interoperating with multiple national and international health and social care systems.

February 2019

February 2019

Published: 2nd April, 2019

Rescon's Multiway video platform is released into alpha mode for internal testing for both future general and clinical/care use.

The Salford CCG, University of Salford and Rescon meet to collaborate on various projects including extending work previously completed on both frailty and improving the care delivery for people with Multiple Sclerosis.

Rescon engage with the Healthier Lancashire and South Cumbria digital programme on realisation of untethered digital maternity health records feeding through into children's records.

Victrix Spain meet with Rescon to continue and extend their partnership in delivering proactive telehealthcare services in Spain and the UK.

GPC systems meet with Rescon to further extend their collaborative work on delivery of integrated 3D photography and AI solutions for enhanced health and wellbeing outcomes.

The Cheshire and Merseyside Women's and Children's Improving Me team and Rescon work together on the NHS Early Adopters Programme for maternity services.

Rescon, CAMHS.Digital, the University of Manchester, and the Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust attend final interview for Health Innovation Network Manchester funding for using Lincus to support the wellbeing of children (Mobile Apps to Nurture Children (MANC)) in Manchester schools.

Rescon work with the North West Coast Clinical Senate to realise the first test version of the professional access point for their Single Point of Access solution for the NHS England Maternity Transformation Early Adopters Programme in partnership with the Cheshire and Merseyside Women's and Children's Improving Me team . Check out ImprovingMe.uk.

In addition Rescon engage with the Leeds GP Confederation , Plymouth NHS,Innovation Agency,Oxford AHSN,EIT Health, VCCP Partnership, NIHR Clinical Research Network , North West Coast Strategic Clinical Network , Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust , NHS Digital,Forth, Hft, Halton Council Health Improvement Team and Marand.

Lincus

Lincus Maternity work steps up to include co-design of interfaces and data requirements for midwives, health visitors and community mental health nurses with the Cheshire and Merseyside Women's and Children's Sustainability and Transformation Partnership .

Rescon's InnovateUK Improving Me Lincus Maternity evaluation project ramps up with stakeholder engagement meetings across the NorthWest.

Rescon completes a further workshop with One Medical Group focused on demonstrating Lincus capabilities for enhancing their healthcare delivery needs through apps, web platform, interconnectivity and communications.

January 2019

January 2019

Published: 12th February, 2019

Bradford Council and Rescon finish their Proof of Concept work for utilising Artificial Intelligence to Transform Frontline Adult Social Care services. The final video summary can be viewed here.

Rescon continue to work with Halton Council Health Improvement Team to develop a new digitally enhanced weight management service Fresh Start Digital.

Rescon work with the Cheshire and Merseyside Women's and Children's Improving Me team, Merseycare and Telefonica/O2 to codevelop, implement, and evaluate new managed services integrating devices, data and digital tools to improve health and social care delivery.

Rescon continue to work with One Medical Group on integrated technology and care delivery solutions that focus on what’s important to patients, staff and the NHS.

Rescon complete further work on a Single Point of Access solution for the NHS England Maternity Transformation Early Adopters Programme in partnership with the Cheshire and Merseyside Women's and Children's Improving Me team. Check out ImprovingMe.uk.

Miricyl joins up with Rescon and the CAMHS.Digital Centre for Women's Mental Health University of Manchester continue to work together to develop tools and services for happier, healthier children and communities.

In addition Rescon engage with the North West Coast Clinical Senate, Innovation Agency, Oxford AHSN, EIT Health, VCCP PartnershipNIHR Clinical Research NetworkNorth West Coast Strategic Clinical NetworkHertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust, Leighton Hospital, Lancaster University, Blackburn with Darwen Council, NHS Digital, FutureGov, Victrix Spain Forth, and Marand.

Lincus

Lincus Maternity work steps up to include co-design of interfaces and data requirements for midwives, health visitors and community mental health nurses with the Cheshire and Merseyside Women's and Children's Sustainability and Transformation Partnership.

Rescon’s InnovateUK Improving Me Lincus Maternity evaluation project commences with stakeholder engagement meetings across the NorthWest.

Rescon integrates Marand’s ThinkEHR into the Lincus stack realising Lincus as an Open Platform ready for connecting and interoperating with multiple national and international health and social care systems.