We are glad to announce that we successfully completed Phase 2 of the European PCP tender published by the DECIPHER consortium.
Nextage led the development team (made by people at Nextage and Camelot) which produced a first mock-up which has been shown to patients in Italy, Spain and UK. At the end of the Phase, a prototype – named Colibri – has been made available for review to the procuring authority.
The prototype allows patients to track their activity, diet, stick to prescriptions,and manage their daily controls. Doctors can access such data and modify all aspects of therapy, define alerts and provide feedback to the patients. Everything can be done in italian, english and spanish, and translation services are made available to simplify communication.
The prototype is currently available for demo upon request.
About our team
We formed a consortium to formalisze the partnership between Nextage and Camelot Biomedical Systems, an hi-tech company based in Genoa. Nextage provides Cloud and hybrid web-mobile platform development skills, while Camelot provides know-how and tools in the fields of machine learning and image processing.
DECIPHER-PCP aims to develop a mobile solution which enables secure cross-border access to existing patient healthcare portals, with a particular focus on patients with diabetes.