Syml Connect were proud to sponsor the recent Digital Health Conference at Salford University. This event attracted interest from Provider Trusts, CCGs, local authorities and universities all keen to hear about digital health transformation in the context of the Five Year Forward View and STPs.
Amongst the guest speakers were, Martin Spotswood, Regional Head for NHS Digital, Lenny Naar, Head of Helix Methods, Imperial College London and Liz Ashall-Payne, CEO ORCHA (the Organisation for Review of Health and Care Apps).
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EMIS partner product DynaForms+ gets selected as a finalist for the Innovative Product of the Year by the Wales Technology Awards 2017
Healthcare technology company SymlConnect is developing an app that helps patients with brain injuries to cook independently. It was published at the Issue 81 of Advance Wales- Salmonella targets Cancer.
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SymlConnect is pleased to announce that we have been chosen to be one of the 5 winning teams in the Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI) programme ‘A cute solution to acute anxiety in Dementia’ run by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB). More than 20 companies applied to take part in the innovation challenge with five now developing solutions to the challenge.
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Thursday 23rd March 2017
Dr Sabarna Mukhopadhyay & Dr Bertie Muller (University of South Wales) attended The Department for Transport and Transport Systems Catapult jointly hosted conference on Accessibility & Innovation. The event brought together transport providers, organisations representing disabled people and SMEs to stimulate greater levels of innovation in the design and delivery of an accessible transport system.
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