Careology furthers commitment to the NHS with leading Board appointment
Rachel Murphy, one of the preeminent voices and leaders in digital healthcare has been appointed to the Board of Careology as a Non-Executive Director.
As the CEO of an award-winning professional services firm, Rachel is a highly regarded public speaker and health tech advisor. With her passion for delivery and digital services, Rachel built and sold Difrent, in just 1,000 days. Recent projects delivered include transforming the NHS Jobs platform and building the Covid Home Testing service to help frontline workers return to work during the first stages of the pandemic. Prior to founding Difrent, Rachel held the key position of Digital Delivery Director within NHS Digital.
Rachel is immensely passionate about the impact technology has on improving the lives of patients, caregivers and healthcare professionals. Having seen the significant impact on cancer services, caused by the coronavirus pandemic, it is clear that blending digital and physical healthcare plays a crucial role in delivering meaningful operational and financial benefits, whilst supporting the NHS with the pandemic recovery.
Paul Landau, Founder and CEO of Careology, comments:
“I’m incredibly excited to welcome Rachel to our Board at this exciting stage of our company's growth. Rachel has already made a significant impact and it is clear that her determination, drive and enthusiasm sets her apart. Her understanding of how best to support the NHS with digital services and deployments is first rate. We are delighted to work with Rachel, as we continue to deliver on our mission to transform traditional cancer care.”
Rachel Murphy commented:
“I am blown away with the growth, potential and vision of Careology and it’s clear that the team and Board that Paul has assembled is exceptional. Digital is central to the future of the NHS. Supporting people living and dealing with cancer through the use of patient-centric digital technology has a significant impact on their experience and health outcomes. In the wake of Covid, and the significant pressure being placed on cancer services, this is a solution that is needed now, more than ever and I’m proud to further my involvement.”
Careology helps people living and dealing with cancer to navigate their treatment, whilst connecting them to their clinical team, caregivers and to wearable devices. Careology allows healthcare professionals to monitor their patients, making virtual wards and early interventions more likely. Improving health outcomes and creating workforce capacity in the process. The award winning digital cancer care platform is recommended by Macmillan and has been named as one of the UK’s Top 100 Startups for 2021.
Careology’s mobile app is available on iOS and Android. More information can be found at www.careology.health.