Deontics successful in NHSX Phase 3 AI in Health & Care Awards

Deontics and consortium members, Guys & St. Thomas’s Hospital, Kings College London, Somerset Cancer Regsiter, Prostate Cancer UK, are pleased to announce their successful application for NHSX Phase III AI in Health & Care Award. At a time when cancer services are increasingly stretched, using Deontics’ unique capabilities to stratify patients and generate personalized, evidence […]

Deontics develops first executable Covid 19 clinical pathway

In collaboration with the Royal Liverpool Hospital, Deontics has developed the first executable Covid 19 treatment pathway. This provides evidence-based, personalised, treatment recommendations at the point of care to physicians and nurses treating Covid 19 patients. It is particularly helpful for non-respiratory specialist physicians who are treating such patients, and is a mechanism of delegating […]

Deontics Acute Coronary Syndrome pathway goes live at Liverpool

Liverpool Go Live announcement We are pleased to announce that the Deontics Acute Coronary Syndrome clinical pathway has now gone live in the Acute Coronary Care Unit at the Royal Liverpool & Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust. Dr. Michael Fisher, Chief Clinical Informatics Officer at the RLBUHT, said: “We are delighted to be working […]

Pioneering NHS trust using AI to help doctors make right treatment decisions

GDE Trust of the year Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust working with UK-based artificial intelligence health company, Deontics, to enhance clinical decision making and reduce risk of heart attack London: Global Digital Exemplar, Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust is using artificial intelligence (AI) to improve the treatment of patients who […]

Deontics gains recognition with string of award successes

London-based clinical decision support specialist company Deontics is gaining widespread acclaim in a raft of award competitions thanks to its AI-based “clinical sat-nav” for doctors and patients that delivers individualised, evidence-based clinical decision recommendations. Deontics was recently named in March as an award-winner in the first Mayor of London MedTech Business awards. The awards were part […]

Deontics named as partner on DXC’s new digital health ecosystem

Clinically-led artificial intelligence health IT company Deontics has been named as a partner on DXC Open Health Connect, the digital health platform that enables healthcare providers to give better quality of care and patient outcomes. The UK-based clinical decision support specialist company joins other partners such as Microsoft and Validic on the enterprise platform. DXC Open […]

Deontics named as MedTech award winner

Deontics has been named as an award winner at the first Mayor of London MedTech Business awards on Monday 19 March. Deontics was winner of the startup award for its AI-based “clinical sat-nav” for doctors and patients that delivers individualised, evidence-based clinical decision recommendations. The awards were part of the Mayor of London’s annual MedTech […]

Deontics named in key AI and HealthTech Gartner reports

Deontics is very pleased to be one of only seven companies worldwide to be named in Gartner’s recent “Cool Vendors in AI in Healthcare 2017”, and also named in their recent “Hype Cycle for Healthcare Providers 2017”.

Deontics attending Future Health Summit, Ireland

This week we were at the Future Health Summit in Dublin, to discuss the drive more personalised care in the digital age. It was great to hear from some of the leading lights in the digital health community and see what the future holds for healthcare.

Next Gen Clinical Pathway technology – Whitepaper

Clinical Pathways (CPs) are increasingly being perceived and used as a tool to improve quality of care, reduce unwarranted variation, and control costs. As their use increases, many challenges and potential barriers to pathway adoption are becoming apparent. The limitations of the current simple rule-based technologies, used to implement CPs often prevent the user from […]