Boris Johnson has visited the Kinseed HQ to learn about SwiftCare, Digital Transformation in Healthcare, and the work Kinseed is undertaking with Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital and others across the NHS. During the visit, Mr. Johnson met some of our development and engineering team, and was treated to a demo of the latest version of SwiftCare – where he saw detailed clinical information from a series of medical instruments gathered together and transmitted to our easy to use Clinician Dashboard.

During the visit, Kinseed discussed with the Prime Minister the prospect of improving outcomes in the NHS while also saving money, by enabling highly skilled and expensive consultant resources to diagnose and treat patients without having to be there in person. Our team helped demonstrate to Mr. Johnson the huge benefits Digital Transformation can bring to the world of healthcare, and the huge opportunity available for providers to do “more with less”. Kinseed CEO Pal Bhusate summarised the goals of the business as being there to produce products and services which can not only improve patient outcomes and care quality, but also help towards delivering the NHS Long Term Plan, through more efficient use of resources and simplification of the administrative overhead surrounding many clinical cases. The Prime Minister shared his views around technology being used to unlock the potential of the United Kingdom, and agreed on the importance of identifying simple innovations ready to be implemented across the areas they are needed most in the NHS, to solve the diverse and varied challenges facing the health service today.

Kinseed are very proud to work with the NHS, and strive to continue to identify opportunities where simple, sustainable digital solutions can help improve patient outcomes – while saving money and resources. As Kinseed CTO Bhobinder Hundal explained:

“We live in a world where with a press of a button on your phone you can order pizza, track where it is, see dozens of measures about when it will arrive and how hot it still is… yet the same level of progress has not been seen for Doctors managing sick children in ambulances. This, to us, is the wrong way around – to have more technical progress invested in fast food delivery than critical healthcare services.”

Kinseed are very proud to have hosted the Prime Minister, and look forward to continue to work with the UK government and health sector as a whole to move towards a Digitally Transformed, technically-enabled future of health.