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Tuesday 13 August 2019

ADI secures NPIF investment for NHS push

ADI logoSaltaire-based Advanced Digital Innovation (ADI) has secured a £650,000 investment from NPIF - Mercia Equity, which is managed by Mercia and is part of the Northern Powerhouse Investment Fund.

ADI was founded as a research and development innovation agency in 2005 by Bob Gomersall (chairman of ADI, BTL Group and Virtual College) and was backed by Yorkshire Forward, the now abolished regional development agency for Yorkshire and the Humber. Led by CEO John Eaglesham, it was designed to act as a bridge between universities and industry. ADI, which became independent of Yorkshire Forward in 2010, initially operated as a consultancy delivering digital change projects, predominantly to healthcare providers, and later developed its own software products.

The funding will be invested in accelerating the adoption of ADI’s MyPathway product in the NHS. MyPathway is a secure, digital communications platform designed to connect patients to clinicians and health services. The browser and app-based system provides automated capture of Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) and Patient-Reported Experience Measures (PREMS), which provide an indication of the quality of care delivered to NHS patients.

MyPathway has been used by Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and North West Boroughs Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, and has recently been adopted by NHS North East Essex CCG. ADI has also carried out two successful clinical trials with the Hospital Clinic of Barcelona. The NPIF investment will allow the company to build its sales and marketing team and further develop the product.

ADI has been working in the digital health space for many years and was involved in the development of tele-health systems a decade ago. This experience, the new investment, its collaborative approach and the increasing focus on digital solutions in the NHS should stand the business in good stead for the future.

Posted by Dale Peters at '07:34' - Tagged: nhs   funding   healthcare  

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