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Visionable is a healthcare technology company that provides a universal video collaboration platform for clinicians to deliver better patient care. Designed by founders who have worked within the NHS and who continue to partner closely with NHS clinicians, the platform has been built specifically to address the advanced technical needs found in healthcare. To achieve a truly ‘connected health’ system, Visionable makes it easy for everyone - from clinicians to whole organisations - to work together, ensuring patients’ access to the timeliest, best care possible. Healthcare teams can connect safely and securely at a moment's notice, whenever and wherever it matters most. Only Visionable offers unrestricted clinical collaboration capabilities, data feeds in native resolution and multi-camera feeds for unrestricted sharing of medical expertise

成立時間:2015/11/21

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Alan Lowe

CEO & Co-founder

  • Alan began his career in healthcare at the UK’s National Health Service (NHS). Rising quickly through the ranks, he was soon managing front-line services – and a staff of 200 – at London’s renowned St Mary’s Hospital, and then went on to lead the Service Improvement Program for NHS Westminster. This invaluable “in-the-trenches” experience gave Alan a deep understanding of the challenges and opportunities facing public health in the UK. Nationally-recognised as an NHS leader and innovator, Alan pioneered the development of several clinical collaboration “firsts”, including breakthrough stroke and cancer services, which are still saving lives today. Since leaving the NHS, Alan has partnered extensively with global government health organisations and leading communications providers to identify new ways to design communications and collaboration in healthcare. He is proud to be leading an organization focused on enabling front-line staff to design the future for the NHS.

Jon Swanson

Chief Scientific Officer

  • As Chief Scientific Officer, Jon is the architect of Visionable’s video collaboration suite. With extensive experience in networking, software design, hardware, and systems engineering, Jon has applied his broad scope of knowledge to communications methods, and is the inventor of 27 issued collaboration technology patents. He has held a wide range of positions in software development, quality assurance, enterprise network design and technical publishing. A native of New England, Jon has been researching and refining Visionable’s collaboration technology for many years, adapting to the needs of globally distributed industrial and educational applications. He is excited about continuing to innovate to solve healthcare’s biggest challenges.

Donna Holt

COO

  • Donna Holt has a formidable reputation as an accomplished COO and Business Transformation Director. A career spanning roles as COO and Leader of Regulatory & Business Change at Credit Suisse and other Investment Banks to over a decade as a Managing Consultant including at PwC, IBM and her own firm advising a variety of blue chips. She has led a huge range of programmes and portfolios running large scale multi-disciplinary teams from both a Business and an IT perspective and has a passion for managing the fine balance between facilitating change and managing risk.

Junaid Bajwa

Advisor

  • Junaid is a practising physician and the Global Lead for Strategic Alliances within MSD’s Digital Accelerator. Junaid has worked in senior leadership roles across primary, community, and secondary care settings, besides working in the payer, policy and regulatory space, where he specializes in informatics, digital transformation, and leadership. He has previously consulted for healthcare systems across the US, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, and Europe, and he was seconded by the NHS to work with IBM. Throughout his career, Junaid has led a variety of strategic initiatives to improve patient care, through the establishment of novel collaboratives across the health and care ecosystem. He believes in the power of Visionable to connect people across care settings, to democratise knowledge, to reduce variation and improve the experiences of care for all.

Rachel Dunscombe

CTO

  • Rachel Dunscombe is the CEO of the NHS Digital Academy leading learning in Digital Health for England and Scotland and is a director of OpenEHR CIC. She is also a visiting Professor at Imperial College Medical School as well as Director of Digital for Salford Royal/NCA NHS Group. Rachel serves on the international advisory board of KLAS and is founding CHIME ambassador in the UK and Chair of the HIMSS UK advisory board. She ranked #8 on CIO Magazine’s CIO 100 list in 2018 as well as Talent Unleashed’s most disruptive CIO in Europe 2016.

Lord Victor Adebowale

Co-founder

  • Victor is a commercial and social entrepreneur who has devoted his career to building and leading organizations that improve the well-being of communities and people. Victor recently stepped down from the NHS England board after six years, and is now serving as a non-Executive board member for Nuffield Health, as well as for the British consumer co-operative Co-operative Group. He is a Visiting Professor and Chancellor at the University of Lincoln, holds numerous honorary doctorates, and also serves as a Companion of the Chartered Management Institute. Victor has been Chief Executive of Turning Point, a health and social care organization, since 2001. In 2000, Victor was awarded the CBE in the New Year Honours List. In 2001, he was also appointed a cross bench member of the House of Lords. Victor believes technology has powerful potential to transform health and social care for all, and he’s excited to serve as the chairman of a company whose values are so closely aligned with those of the NHS.