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A South African healthcare app that allows doctors and patients to communicate and store patients records has just won a contract to service the United Kingdom’s National Health Service for the next two years. The app has been deployed in some of the state hospitals and designed to increase operating efficiencies, streamlines the referral and feedback processes, and engaging with patients and families. Bongani speaks to Andrew Davies, CEO of Signapps.
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Signapps, a South African health technology company Healthcent has won a prestigious contract with Britain’s National Health Services (NHS). In terms of the contract, Signapps will provide its software as a service communication platform for the management of clinical communication to NHS Trusts. Andrew Davies, CEO of Signapps comments on securing the major contract with NHS.
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Young South African health technology company Healthcent (Signapps™) has won a prestigious contract with Britain’s National Health Services (NHS) to offer its software as a service communication platform for the management of clinical communication to NHS Trusts.
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In June 2020 Greg Fury was appointed as non-executive director and Chairman of the board of Healthcent. Greg studied English, Law, Economics (BA LLB MA) at UCT and Cambridge. Greg is an executive director and founder of Targe Capital, a private equity investment firm. He was previously the COO of leading asset management firm Allan Gray Limited from 2003 to 2009. Before that he worked in the corporate finance division of Investec Bank for 8 years, advising on mergers and acquisitions, fund raising and proprietary investments. He brings experience in investment management, corporate finance and operational management to Targe Capital and its portfolio companies.
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