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 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.

February 2019 News