Heart Failure

Heart failure is a growing epidemic: in the European Union about 15 million people are now living with heart failure. Between 1-2% of total healthcare expenditure can be associated with this condition, of which 50% is due to hospitalisation. Digital health is widely recognised as one of the most promising … Continued


People who have an exacerbation or worsening of their chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) can be safely cared for in ‘hospital at home’ schemes or discharged from hospital more quickly if they are rated as low risk on a clinical scoring system called DECAF. Patients preferred to be cared for … Continued


A hospital stay for a person with diabetes can be a frightening experience and it is easy to understand why. In 2017, an estimated 9,600 people required rescue treatment following a severe hypoglycaemic attack. 2,200 people suffered from Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA) because of under treatment with insulin. We can and must do … Continued