Transforming Care After Treatment – My Cancer Portal

The Transforming Care After Treatment (TCAT) programme is a partnership between the Scottish Government, Macmillan Cancer Support, NHS Scotland and local authorities to support a redesign of care following active treatment of cancer. Openbrolly Health is co-designing and delivering a solution with NHS Highland,using its ROC system, to collect symptom reporting, electronic holistic needs analysis and messages from cancer survivors. … Read More

Diabetes Exercise Decision Support Pilot

Openbrolly Heath has been the technical partner in providing the framework to deliver decision support to an app for intensive exercise for diabetics in an SBRI pilot study, working with Robert Gordons University, University of The Highlands and Islands and NHS Highland. The app allows the consolidation of inputs from the patent regarding  exercise intensity, duration, blood glucose levels, carbohydrate … Read More

Corporate Health Capsule Endoscopy Service

CorporateHealth and its partners bring Home-Delivered Colon Capsule Endoscopy, the video camera inside your bowel. At their central diagnostic centre experienced nurses support specialist doctors in making the right evaluation from the video.  CorporateHealth is implementing their solution within the NHS in Scotland. The organisation needs to track and monitor the use of the PillCam, anonymise the data leaving the … Read More

Highland Hospice Virtual Hospice

The Highland Hospice works with partners to deliver care to patients with terminal conditions. The charity has both residential care and home care delivered by clinical and other staff. The hospice wanted to better support patients when they were discharged to their home. In addition, they wanted to reach more patients who were currently unserved. They had limited resources, a … Read More

NHS Highland / Crohn’s and Colitis UK IBD Care

NHS Highland, Crohn’s and Colitis UK and Openbrolly Health are working together on an award winning service. A project was set up in 2013 with the aim to advance quality improvement in IBD care across Scotland and to demonstrate that, through a planned approach to reshaping IBD care, there can be both improved patient centred services and improved use of … Read More