My Cancer Portal Awarded New Funding

My Cancer Portal has been awarded Phase III funding as part of the Transforming Care After Treatment programme. The funds are to further develop My Cancer Portal and to disseminate its use across the North of Scotland. There is a huge amount of work to be done in the next 12 months, but this is an incredibly exciting project which … Read More

A Pocket Sized IBD Clinic

How a smartphone app is changing the way care is delivered for IBD in Scotland. Professor Angus Watson, Consultant General and Colorectal Surgeon at Raigmore Hospital, Inverness, has been working on a smartphone app which allows patients to send medical information remotely, and aims to cut down on unnecessary or inconvenient hospital appointments. He told members that previous studies have … Read More

Our new Patient Experience Champion

We are pleased to announce that Openbrolly has appointed Lynn Laidlaw to the role of Patient Experience Champion. Lynn has had a career in health care to give additional insight to her patient focus in this new role. She will provide the view on what is important to patients. Lynn will feed into our thinking across all the long term … Read More

openbrolly Health wins funding in Cancer Innovation Challenge

openbrolly Health is one of five projects to win funding to improve cancer care in Scotland. It has won a share of £325,000 in funding from the first round of the Cancer Innovation Challenge, launched by the Scottish Government’s Chief Medical Officer Dr. Catherine Calderwood. openbrolly Health’s project, PROEMS, is being delivered in partnership with the ALLIANCE, Robert Gordon University … Read More

openbrolly Health wins IBD innovation funding

openbrolly Health is one of six Scottish SMEs to win a new contract, working with NHS Scotland to help drive treatment and patient innovation in Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD). openbrolly’s project will work with Robert Gordon University and Spoon Guru to examine the feasibility of using artificial intelligence to better help patients self manage their condition. Scottish companies have secured over … Read More

openbrolly Supporting “The Ultimate Selfie”

Openbrolly is working with NHS Highland, Corporate Health and rural GPs to pilot a radical new approach offering a pioneering medical procedure – a camera in pill form which takes thousands of pictures of a patient’s digestive system. Rather than having to travel long distances to undergo an invasive procedure the process can be administered in people’s own home or at … Read More

Andy Murray joins forces to promote digital health

Two time winner of Wimbledon Andy Murray has teamed up with a body leading the development and promotion of digital healthcare. These include a “virtual hospice”, developed by Scottish company openbrolly.

Colon Capsule Endoscopy Integration

CorporateHealth and its partners bring Home-Delivered Colon Capsule Endoscopy, the video camera inside your bowel. With 30 images a second and two cameras in one small capsule, PillCam can see what normally only an invasive endoscope can see. At their central diagnostic centre experienced nurses support specialist doctors in making the right evaluation from the video that the PillCam takes. … Read More