London startup founded by NHS manager secures £9.1m injection
Visionable, a healthtech startup co-founded by a former NHS manager and independent peer Lord Victor Adebowale, has today revealed its series A funding round at £9.1m.
The raise was led by West Hill Capital, which valued the business at £47.6m.
Visionable provides doctors, paramedics and others in the NHS with video conferencing software specifically designed for sharing clinical information and imaging.
The startup participated in a trial for connected ambulances with telecoms giant O2 earlier this year, and now reaches approximately 500 patients an hour with its platform.
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Visionable chief Alan Lowe, who previously led the service improvement programme for NHS Westminster, said: “This latest round of funding shows that investors are just as excited as we are about the possibility for Visionable to make a real difference to the healthcare industry in the next decade.”
Its software is used by over 100 NHS organisations to deliver better patient care. This includes a collaboration with the NHS in the east of England to improve stroke treatment, and its work with the North West London Cancer Network to bring together time-pressed clinicians and pathologists in multi-disciplinary teams.
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