Intel published another case study of our work on AI
CorporateHealth International is happy to endorse the Scottish Human Rights Charter for Technology and Digital in Social Care. Tele-endoscopy embodies many of these principles, as it brings critical technology closer to the patient.
We are a proud partner of the SCOTCAP consortium, delivering a managed colon capsule endoscopy services in Scotland. See this article for some aspects of the service (and ignore the mistakes, such as a 10 hour, not 10 year battery life and it’s Medtronic that manufactures the capsules, not us).
We’d be happy to deliver such a managed service also in your region!
Our partner in the Innovate UK project “Artificial Intelligence-supported Diagnostic of Gastrointestinal diseases with video capsule endoscopy – AID-GI” is being discussed in the Health Care Newspaper article “Arden & GEM CSU leads tech projects to prevent endoscopy screening“
Microsoft has published a case study on the development and use of CorporateHealth’ Quality Management System.
After working closely with the Microsoft Visio development team we found an ideal way to create a powerful, simple to use and very pragmatic way to manage all our Standard Operating Procedures. Their Data Visualizer solution provides the key component: An automated way of translating lists (in Excel) into flowcharts (in Visio). That means the steps of a procedure can be rapidly developed as a simple list and presented to internal and external stakeholder for review and use as a flowchart without dealing with any of the design work that a flowchart normally requires.
Embedded into custom Sharepoint lists and workflows then makes all SOPs available to our nurses, doctors and other stakeholder to ensure every case is handled with the same quality as designed.