“Thank you, your technology helped keep me alive whilst I waited for my new lung”. Patient after waiting two years for a lung transplant
Adrian is a Chartered Engineer by background and co-founder of Docobo, which aims to improve the quality of life through efficient implementation of digital health, supporting professional staff to deliver world-class care, and enabling patients to be more aware of their condition and empowered to self-manage themselves.
Half of all GP appointments and 70% of hospital bed days are used by patients living with Long Term Conditions – of which there are 15 million in England. Docobo’s innovation, ArtemusICS, is a data driven population health intelligence platform, which supports community teams to identify and keep patients out of hospital, stopping preventable A&E admissions and in-patient stays through earlier detection and intervention.
It also enables commissioners to assess the needs of their local populations, identify gaps in care, view trends, prioritise care delivery and monitor the impact of early intervention and prevention initiatives, including telehealth supported interventions.
To date, ArtemusICS has seen:
- Reduced hospital admissions by up to 75%,
- Reduced 999 calls by 65-70%
- 40-50% reduction in GP and nurse visits
Through the NIA, Adrian would like to engage with policy makers and senior management within STP’s, CCGs and providers to articulate the digital health solution ArtemusICS can offer when implemented properly at scale.