ELAROS 24/7 Ltd, a leading provider of clinical decision tools for the triage, diagnosis and management of Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms, has participated in the 4th NWC Connected Health Ecosystem event.
The event took place on the 23rd April 2013 at the Langtree Park Stadium in St Helens (Merseyside, United Kingdom) and had a strong clinical voice, providing delegates with an opportunity to present latest digital products aimed at empowering patients to manage their own health and care. The event was organised by the North West Coast Academic Health Science Network in partnership with the European Connected Health Alliance.
‘Treatment and care of those with long-term conditions accounts for 70 per cent of the primary and acute care budget in England. Our company provides a patient-centred service that integrates and enhances the delivery of the patient pathway, enables compliance with NICE guidelines and reduces appointment and diagnostic costs” said ELAROS Chief Executive Officer, Paul O’Brien. The 4th NWC Connected Health Ecosystem event was a great opportunity to demonstrate how the new version of the ELAROS system enhances patient experience and facilitates the clinical decision.
The North West Coast Academic Health Science Network (NWC AHSN) is one of 15 AHSNs established by the NHS in England during 2013–14. NWC AHSN covers a population of 4 million residents in Cheshire, Merseyside, South Cumbria and Lancashire.
The Networks are a product of the Government’s Innovation, Health and Wealth strategy. Their primary role is to form a network of NHS organisations, universities and businesses and achieve measurable results in key delivery areas.
AHSNs ensure that innovation is spread at “scale and pace” with consequent benefits for the health and wealth of individuals, communities, regions and the nation.