AVEGEN | Digital Health Solutions

Deep expertise in healthcare. Blended with behavioural science. Applied through technology.

Solutions

Healthcare at the touch of a button

We work with a range of partners to deliver tailored solutions. We’ve built solutions for patients, healthcare providers, innovators, and pharma companies, each designed for better health outcomes.

Healthmachine

Digital health solutions don’t need to be slow or difficult to develop. The alternative? HealthMachine

Our unique platform has been designed especially to create and build healthcare solutions. Using our expertise in healthcare, behavioural science and technology, HealthMachineoffers unrivalled flexibility and scalability to develop digital health solutions that fit the needs of all our partners. 

Our digital health solutions support 2 million patients and counting

We work with multiple NHS trusts and International healthcare providers

We treat people across the world in 40+ cities

PRODUCTS

Our solutions

We’ve worked with a variety of partners to create solutions that people use every day.

Improving
patient adherence to the CR program delivered at the clinic

Beat Better

Beat Better is a digital health product designed to reduce relapse in heart conditions and improve patient adherence to the cardiac rehab (CR) program delivered in Bucks, Oxford and West Berkshire Integrated Care Board (BOB-ICB). Avegen has collaborated with BOB-ICB to create a joint cardiac rehabilitation digital health product to serve both patients and clinicians in order to improve patient management and support across the care journey. The aim is to reduce relapse across heart conditions and improve patient adherence to the CR program delivered at the clinic.
8 weeks
time frame, from start to launch of the solution

Pro Recover

Pro-Recover is a mobile app that aims to improve outcomes for patients during their prostate cancer journey, specifically before and after robotic prostatectomy. We collaborated with a world leading urologist Professor Prasanna Sooriakumaran, to design a digital application that would empower patients before and after surgery to manage their journey and recovery.We worked closely with individuals with lived experience of prostate cancer whilst creating the app. Throughout the app development process, we actively sought user input by inviting them to review content and share their feedback. Their valuable insights played a crucial role in guaranteeing that Pro-Recover remains highly patient-centered. Pro-Recover was developed in an 8 week time frame over the summer of 2023 and is currently being used by patients from specific urology clinics in London.
5%
Total PAH population reached in launched countries

PHuman

The PHuman solution built using Healthmachine™, is designed to support people living with pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH). It is live in eight countries across Europe, helping more than 5% of the total diagnosed PAH patient population manage their condition in the launched markets.
89%
of users shown improvement in illness related distress

Orbi

Orbi is a mobile app that aims to improve the mental health of people with long-term physical health conditions (LTCs) such as multiple sclerosis, IBD, Crohn's and psoriasis. Based on extensive research out of King’s College London’s Health Psychology Section, Orbi builds on the existing solution COMPASS (a Class I certified medical device), supporting physical and mental wellbeing together.

Our digital health solutions are distributed globally

RESOURCES

Leading the conversation in digital health solutions

King's led Multiple Sclerosis fatigue app part of government's £10m medtech investmentKing's led Multiple Sclerosis fatigue app part of government's £10m medtech investment

King's led Multiple Sclerosis fatigue app part of government's £10m medtech investment

A digital therapy developed by researchers at King’s College London and Avegen, is one of eight innovative technologies to receive support from the government with the aim to accelerate the pathway for NHS and/or market approval.
Avegen
Avegen
The NHS waiting list crisis and how digital health can help solve itThe NHS waiting list crisis and how digital health can help solve it

The NHS waiting list crisis and how digital health can help solve it

With the NHS waiting list crisis steadily worsening, digital health solutions can help solve the issue, but they need to be implemented nationally and fast. As the waiting list lengthens to over 8 million by the summer of 20241, combining technology and healthcare becomes increasingly crucial. In this article, let us delve into some innovative digital health strategies which could be implemented to alleviate the strain on healthcare resources and improve care for patients waiting for surgery.
Jamie Campbell
Jamie Campbell

Bringing digital health to everyone

In less than three months, you could deliver digital care to your patients with HealthMachine™.