SymlConnect is an Information Communication Technology Company that designs & develops elegant, cost-effective Smart Mobile Solutions to facilitate remote Clinical Monitoring for existing systems.
Established within the Swansea Institute of Life Sciences (ILS), SymlConnect has the privilege of working in close collaboration with reputed academics and clinical specialists for the development of all digital and mobile solutions. Quality and efficiency are core attributes of SymlConnect, and we recognize and fully acknowledge the value of involving the relevant subject-matter medical experts to develop the right solutions to help save patient lives and provide medical data, efficiently.
ILS is Wales’ premier purpose-built medical research facility in collaboration with Swansea University and the Welsh Government, together with Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University (ABMU) Health Board, IBM and industry and business partners. It is the single largest investment ever made by the Welsh Government on any university campus. Dr. Sabarna Mukhopadhyay, CEO was chosen as a participant of the highly prestigious Welsh Government’s initiative of High Growth Entrepreneur Potential program.
SymlConnect was formed in 2012 by Dr. Sabarna Mukhopadhyay, Dr. Sushrut Mehta and Dr. Dipen Mukhopadhyay to develop simple but intelligent connections to existing clinical systems in an easy, smart and user-friendly way, addressing common healthcare concerns of important data available at the point-of-care and improve integrated care delivery. The innovative solution addresses confidential information sharing issues in a simple and cost-effective way. The team has over 35 years of joint experience in all aspects of Information Technology, Clinical expertise and product development. Apart from extensive programming skills, n-tier development and mobile technology expertise, the team has developed and piloted with secondary care sites acquiring first-hand knowledge on NHS standards, health standard messaging, regulations, governance and legislations, data security encryptions, and confidential data transmission.
The most recent project with Senior Midwives at Powys Health Board to digitize All Wales Maternity record was chosen as a Bevan Exemplar 2016 cohort. The last mobile app for children with Autism was launched by Rebecca Evans AM, Minister for Social Services and Public Health arranged by Aneurin Bevan Health Board.
The flexibility of the dynamic information gathering and presenting in a customised format with interactive alerts is probably one of the uniqueness SymlConnect brings to empower the users and add value to the specially designed mobile solutions to address practical needs for essential attributes and requisites.