A Doncaster company is receiving national recognition after being shortlisted for two awards that celebrate the use of technology in the healthcare sector.
MyMedic, an innovative online locum management service, and its sister product Beebo, a standalone specialist platform designed to simplify and automate team administrative and governance processes, have both been created by paramedics and entrepreneurs Rob Gorringe and Gareth Bennett from their base on Ten Pound Walk. The online innovations have now been recognised in the People and Partnership Awards run by the Health Tech Newspaper (HTN).
MyMedic is up for the bright idea and innovation award with Beebo hoping for success in the most promising solution category.
The MyMedic Network was launched last year in a bid to save the NHS time and money sourcing and managing locum clinicians. The online platform uses artificial intelligence (AI) to match registered practitioners to placements that match their qualifications, skills and experience, as well as pre-defined criteria set by the locum including preferred locations of work, their day-to-day availability and holidays.
Beebo, which is still in development but will be brought to market in February this year, provides service managers and clinicians more time to spend on service delivery and development. Using low-cost cloud technology, Beebo simplifies and automates team administration processes for HR, rota, incidents and many other tasks, freeing up managers and clinicians time for more productive tasks whilst supporting shared clinical services across organisations
Gareth Bennett said: “It’s a fantastic achievement for us to be nominated in these well-recognised awards for both the impact MyMedic is already making in the healthcare sector but also for the potential Beebo has to save time and money in the NHS as well as other industries. It’s a really exciting time for us and we are looking forward to what 2020 will bring!”
The innovative HTN People and Partnership Awards celebrate technology that makes a difference to patients, professionals, organisations and the health system.
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