The Maternity project to digitise all Wales maternity records attains a Bevan Exemplar status

The project is supported by the Bevan Commission with funding drawn from the Efficiency through Technology fund, is to test and prove the concept – project in collaboration with Specialist Midwives from Powys Health Board.

Powys Health Board
Bevan Commission
funded by welsh government

MediWales Connects

Sabarna Mukhopadhyay was invited to share her experience of collaborative work.

During the development of Autism, About Me.

Talk: ‘Turning an idea into Reality’ presented at Cardiff Hub on 6th of July 2016.

Dr Sabarna Mukhopadhyay and Humam Shbib at the launch of the Autism app at ABUHB, demonstrating the app to the young boy, Harry Illor-Jones, the prize winner for the logo of the Autism app.

SymlConnect wins a second project with Wales Health Technology Challenge award

SymlConnect wins a second project with Wales Health Technology Challenge award with Cardiff & Vale Neuromuscular Dystrophy clinical team, to digitise their paper version of patient records, My Care, used by All Wales patients.

The web application allows patients and clinicians to access and view essential information across the NHS, to maximum clinical care giving to the NM patients, especially in emergencies. Such vital information is expected to save lives in specific cases and allow prompt and relevant care delivery.

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