Empowering and Connecting the Health & Social Care Community Through Intelligent, Digital & Mobile Communication

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" The South East Wales Academic Health Science Partnership have worked with Sabarna and Syml Connect on a number of projects within the NHS, these projects developed bespoke packages to both encourage and support patients, family and carers.

Syml Connect have, and continue to be an excellent industry partner who respond promptly to requests, and appreciate the needs and requirements of both the NHS and patients with regard to handling their personal information and data, they are also able to integrate with NHS systems safely and securely. Our relationship with Syml Connect continues to grow, and we are pleased that we are still able to work with them.
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Project Manager at South East Wales Academic Health Science Partnership

" The simple and easy-to-learn interface of this versatile tool substantially reduces data entry time in a wide range of primary care settings. "

GP, London

" Two years of partnership working with SymlConnect has been an amazing learning curve for me as a clinician working with industry. The project was to streamline record keeping processes, reduce the duplication in the system and improve safety by introducing smart reminders into the All wales paper maternity hand held record via a paperless electronic format. The prototype version is bright and user friendly and does contain all of the information required for a woman’s pregnancy. We have been able to commence the development of further smart additional pop ups to the record that alert midwives to correct care pathways and essential safety features for women who had additional risk factors. A Mum’s app allows a mother to transit across geographical areas without interruption to her care pathway.

Being part of the project group I have valued the opportunity to share my clinical expertise and learn from my industry colleagues about IT development. The project has been interesting in building networks and negotiating with users, NWIS and Midwives on what they want and need for the service.
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Consultant Midwife, Powys Teaching Health Board

" I have worked with SymlConnect on a number of successful projects within the NHS developing bespoke programmes to support and empower patients. Syml have been excellent partners who respond to requests promptly and understand how to handle patient data and integrate with NHS systems safely and securely.

Patient+ fits well with the Welsh Government priorities to replace paperwork in the NHS and would remove the possibilities for delay and error in transcribing paper forms into digital records.
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Translational Research Project Manager, Cardiff University

" I have been very satisfied with SymlConnect’s endeavours to reliably reproduce the paper record in a user-friendly manner that as closely as possible reflects the original record, including simple measures like use of colour to help distinguish different screens or pages. What changes have been made, in my opinion enhance the advantages of an electronic record over a paper record.

I would like to commend the SymlConnect team for their efforts in making changes, for listening to our suggestions, and for being ready to adopt and change MyCare as issues have arisen.  "

Macmillan Consultant Clinical Geneticist and Honorary Senior Research Fellow
emis Health
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Swansea University
Powys Health Board
Betsi Health Board
Bevan Health Board
Cardiff And Vale Health Board
funded by welsh government
Bevan Commission
Black Country Partnership NHS
Staffordshire University