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.
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
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
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 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
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'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
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.