Advanced Digital Innovation (ADI), a digital healthcare company behind a patient app called MyPathway, has secured a £650,000 investment from NPIF – Mercia Equity Finance. The Yorkshire-based startup said the cash injection will allow it to drive sales growth and build awareness of the product.
The app connects patients to their healthcare providers and has already been adopted by a number of NHS trusts in the UK. MyPathway removes the need for appointment letters and calls and allows patients to negotiate care plans with clinicians.
It provides digital triage, supports personalised rehabilitation programmes and allows clinicians to monitor patients’ progress and access patient-reported data and feedback.
John Eaglesham, CEO, says:
“At ADI, we are committed to bringing the digital revolution to the NHS and its patients. MyPathway provides both sides with the control and choice that we take for granted in other services.
“The NHS is undergoing a digital transformation and MyPathway is uniquely positioned to deliver this change in a cost-effective manner.”
ADI has been working with Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust for over two years, with North West Boroughs Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust for over a year and has recently won a further contract with NHS North East Essex CCG.