Professor Patterson to speak at “A Collaborative Approach to Stroke Prevention”

Helicon’s Founder and Chief Medical Officer, Professor David Patterson, will be speaking at the conference on “A Collaborative Approach to Stroke Prevention” on 21 April 2016. The event is sponsored by NHS England and Northern England Clinical Strategic Networks. David will talking about his experience in activating patients to improved outcomes with self-management. Click Here read more…

Helicon Health Presenting at UK e-Health Week 20th April 2016

We are delighted that the Helicon team of Professor David Patterson, Chief Medical Officer, and Tony Bowden, CEO have been invited to present a case study on in the session on “Digital Technology enabling New Models of Care” chaired by Julia Manning, CEO, 2020 Health. Please join us in Theatre 5 at 11:15 on 20th read more…

Meet Helicon at London Stroke Prevention Event 11th March 2016

Helicon Health will be exhibiting at “Preventing strokes for patients with Atrial Fibrilliation (AF) in London – innovation marketplace event”. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/preventing-strokes-for-patients-with-atrial-fibrillation-af-in-london-innovation-marketplace-event-tickets-20924933038 It is estimated that 11,600 AF-related strokes, including 3,200 fatal strokes, could be avoided each year through proper management of this common condition, including better medication management, earlier diagnosis and lifestyle changes. In London, read more…

Helicon Health Strengthens Board

Helicon Health has announced the appointment of 2 new Directors to its Board, Tony Bowden and Dr Mark Gostock. Dr Mark Leaning, Chairman, said “I am delighted to welcome Tony and Mark to the Board. Tony brings a wealth of industry and health experience to the Board, having already made a substantial impact on the read more…

Helicon Health wins Design Council Award

We are pleased to announce that Helicon Health was announced as a winner of the Design Council MedCity Health Ageing awards Nov 11 London for its new product HeliconLiveLong. HeliconLiveLong helps interdisciplinary care teams manage the health of elderly people with multiple conditions more effectively and easily. Prof. David Patterson Founder and Chief Clinical Officer read more…

Helicon Presents Patient eLearning at “AF and Stroke – We Can Do Better”

Helicon presented its eLearning programme at the “AF and Stroke – we can do better” conference at the King’s Fund, supported by the British Heart Foundation, Stroke Association, Public Health England, AF Association on 24th September 2015. Our team of Professor David Patterson and Bridget Coleman presented a well-received poster on the development of an eLearning course to read more…

David Patterson video interview with West of England Academic Health Science Network

Helicon’s founder and Chief Medical Officer Professor David Patterson was interviewed by the West of England Academic Health Science Network. David describes Helicon’s novel approach to long term conditions, which allows high quality care to the patient wherever they or the health care professional are sited.

Helicon’s Technology Published in the Journal of Healthcare Engineering

We’re proud of the fact that HeliconHeart, our electronic health record server, is based on an international standard for communicating healthcare records (ISO EN 13606). So we’re very pleased that a paper describing how this was achieved has just been published in the peer-reviewed Journal of Healthcare Engineering – “An Electronic Healthcare Record Server Implemented in PostgreSQL”. read more…

Grace proves self-monitoring is good for patients with atrial fibrillation

Grace da Silva from London is living proof that people on long term anticoagulation therapy for atrial fibrillation (AF) can manage their condition themselves successfully, if they have the right technology and professional support. She is just one of thousands of patients with AF (or irregular heartbeat) who are being encouraged to self-monitor, with the read more…

Helicon Health research impact case study in UCL’s submission to REF

Helicon Health, a spin out from UCL, was cited as a research impact case study in UCL’s highly successful submission for the Research and Excellence Framework (REF) 2014, which saw the university rated top in the UK by research strength. The results of the REF 2014, published last week, demonstrate the world-leading quality of research read more…