North Central London NHS (NCL) have been amongst the biggest advocates for our Blue Box since we started working with them in 2018. They have also placed themselves as one of our most progressive partners. They’re pioneers in the Blue Box’s application, with more than 120 care homes now using the technology, monitoring over 3,000 people. NCL were also the catalyst instigating the integration between Whzan and 111, as well as using the Blue Box within homeless shelters and those with learning disabilities in their own homes.
Paul is a resident at Lorenco House in Tottenham. Paul is amongst the tens of thousands of people throughout the UK who’s care and support is being enhanced by the Blue Box. This is Paul’s story.
Paul’s story isn’t unique – the Blue Box is enabling faster, more-accurate assessments for so many vulnerable people. This ensures they receive better, more-effective care when they need it. Signs of deterioration are identified at the earliest opportunity – reducing the need for emergency callouts lowering the burden on hospitals and the wider NHS.
Partnerships like the one we have with NCL are so important to us. We love the fact they are sharing the impact of technology-enabled remote monitoring like Whzan’s Blue Box on their work and lives. They’re the ones who make the progress we’re seeing in health and care possible and we’re incredibly proud to be a part of it.
Back in March, our partnership with NCL was recognised at the Health Service Journal (HSJ) awards when we were presented with the HealthTech Partnership of the Year award. It was an honour to even be shortlisted alongside some incredibly prestigious company, let alone to come out as winners. Awards are obviously not why we do what we do, but the recognition serves as positive reinforcement that we’re on the right track.
The biggest reward is hearing stories like Paul’s, knowing that our technology is making a difference to individuals who deserve the best possible care and support. We look forward to sharing more stories like this.