Elemental Software To Create 10 Additional Jobs In L'Derry

A technology firm in Co L'Derry is to create an additional 10 jobs with support from Invest Northern Ireland.

Elemental Software's award winning Social Prescribing platform connects patients, health and social care professionals and community health and wellness providers.
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Pilots of the platform garnered positive feedback from health and social care professionals, community providers and patients and resulted in Elemental Software securing its first contracts across the UK and private investment earlier this year. The firm's founders, Leeann Monk-Özgül and Jennifer Neff, are expanding the team to help deliver a healthy pipeline of prospective customers and scale the business across the UK and Middle East.

Grainne McVeigh, Invest NI's Director Life Sciences, said: "Elemental Software is a growing innovative digital health company at the forefront of Social Prescribing, an established model of integrated health and social care delivery. Its digital solution has vast growth potential globally and already its unique platform is rapidly being adopted across the UK and in Dubai."

The platform makes it easier for any health and social care related professional to refer people with health risks to community based lifestyle interventions. Most importantly, it measures the impact of the referral so as to reduce demand in GP time and services and ultimately keep people out of hospital for longer.


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