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Oxfordshire's Isansys teams up with XRP Healthcare to transform healthcare in Africa

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Giles Gwinnett

Isansys, the Oxfordshire-based remote patient monitoring company, has announced a tie-up with pharma and healthcare platform XRP Healthcare in a bid to transform healthcare in central Africa.

The collaboration will see XRP Healthcare bring Isansys' cutting-edge patient monitoring solutions initially to Uganda, and then more widely across central Africa.


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The new technology will be integrated into pharmacies, medical centres, and hospitals to be acquired by XRP Healthcare throughout the country this year, and will improve patient outcomes as well as optimise providers' costs and operations.

Keith Errey, CEO of Isansys, said: "We are excited to partner with XRP Healthcare to bring our cutting-edge patient monitoring solutions to Africa.

"This collaboration will not only benefit patients by ensuring better care and outcomes but also help healthcare providers deliver services more efficiently.

"We look forward to working together to elevate healthcare standards across the country."
Isansys said the partnership was a "unique opportunity" for healthcare providers across Africa to leapfrog outdated equipment and "embrace a digitally connected world".

Last month, it was revealed that Isansys was also playing a pivotal role in a €10 million scheme on data science-enabled healthcare called the TARGET project.

At the heart of the project is the creation of personalised machine learning (AI) models and decision-support tools for people at risk of stroke due to atrial fibrillation (AF) a common but often 'silent' heart problem.

The company will supply its ground-breaking Patient Status Engine (PSE) patient data acquisition and analysis systems initially to three collaborating hospital sites, which will collect the ultra-high resolution real-time data from stroke patients involved in the studies.

Giles Gwinnett

Giles Gwinnett is a writer at The Business Magazine. He has been a journalist for more than 20 years and covered a vast array of topics at a range of media settings - in print and online. After his NCTJ newspaper training, he became a reporter in Hampshire before moving to a news agency in Gloucestershire. In recent years, he has been covering the financial markets along with company news for an investor-focused web portal. His many interests include politics, energy and the environment. He lives in Dorset.

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