Digital health start-up connects practitioners to help treat public

A UK digital health start-up is aiming to help people get the treatment they need by providing a team of healthcare professionals, wherever and whenever they need.

The start-up isoshealth has launched a digital platform where private healthcare practitioners from multiple disciplines work together to treat people using video technology.

The start-up takes a holistic approach to healthcare, bringing dieticians, physiotherapists and psychologists together to deliver treatment that is not usually available to the public.

The start-up supports private practitioners and helps reduce administration tasks, time and budget to market their services, giving them more time to focus on treating their patients.

The start-up’s advisory board includes head of Medicine and Sports Science at Aston Villa Football Club, Danny Donachie, Dr Bijal Chheda Varma, who has 14 years experience in psychology and is specialised in eating disorders and obesity as well as ADHD and Autism, and world class athlete Paula Radcliffe MBE.

Founder and CEO of isoshealth, Kim Guest, said: “Consumers today are overwhelmed with information. They also don’t know who they can trust. We created isoshealth to give control back to consumers and practitioners alike, in how they receive as well as give treatment. isoshealth provides an approach that meets an individual’s needs, from qualified practitioners, when they actually need it.”

The service will be launching on 8 January 2018.



Reece Armstrong is a reporter for Digital Health Age. Coming from the North East of England, Reece has an MA in Media & Journalism and a BA in Popular & Contemporary Music from Newcastle University. Reach him on Twitter or email via: reece.armstrong@rapidnews.com


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