We have once again been included in the annual Global Digital Health 100 list announced by The Journal of mHealth, which recognises the most innovative health technology companies from around the world.
The top 100 identifies innovation in the health technology industry and the companies that are changing the way healthcare is delivered around the world.
We have recently been awarded the Microsoft Gold Partnership in Application Development. The gold partnership is awarded to organisations that show a strong commitment from the organisation to our product and staff supporting it.
LumiraDx Care Solutions in association with Software Cornwall held an opening day for 20 computing and software students from Plymouth University on Monday 9 October 2017.
Our new Adapter Cap enables anticoagulation self-testing patients to send their INR results directly to their clinicians. The LumiraDx Adapter Cap clips on to Roche’s Coagucheck XS and connects it to mobile phones and tablets by converting the infrared output to a Bluetooth signal.
There have been many reports recently about how technology is enabling or will enable patients to both monitor and be proactive in overseeing their own healthcare. This is an area I am really interested in, and I am very much of the opinion that if you can check so much about your life on your smartphone or device why can’t you check your own health?
The number of people with complex health and care needs is rising. Around 1.9 million people in England already have three or more health conditions and by 2018 this is expected to increase to 2.9 million.