improving communication

Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust goes live with CardMedic to improve health equity

Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust is the latest large healthcare provider to go live with CardMedic, the innovative communication app that is helping the NHS improve health equity and access to care. The trust wide roll out to 7,500 staff … Read More

Why we’re not relying on generative AI to improve patient communication – for now

As a company whose primary business is clinical content creation, you might think we’re worried about the advent of generative AI in healthcare. We’re not – in fact, we’re cautiously excited about its possibilities. Let us explain why. In healthcare, … Read More

Breaking down communication barriers in healthcare – There’s an app for that!

When we were first developing CardMedic, we were fortunate to receive support from some incredible people to help us create our content. One of those people was Alix Lewer, CEO of Include, a charity dedicated to increasing awareness and improving … Read More

Nurse using CardMedic on a table to communicate with a patient with a language barrier

Bridging the communication divide and tackling health inequality

Effective communication plays a crucial role in delivering modern healthcare. In this interview with CardMedic’s CEO Dr Rachael Grimaldi, she discusses how tech can be used to improves aces to care for all patients. … Read More

Co-founder of CardMedic features on Oncology News Today podcast

‘This is a global problem with a global solution. I think that’s why we’ve seen so much traction across the NHS and internationally.’  Exciting news! We’re thrilled to announce that our very own Dr Rachael Grimaldi, Co-Founder and CEO of … Read More

A comparison of interpretation services for healthcare providers

Healthcare organisations rely on a number of interpretation options to provide safe care for patients. Often, the type used is dependent on what is most easily accessible to clinicians. In this blog we explore the different options available. … Read More

A woman receiving a consultation from a clinician

International Nurses Day: How digital nurses are reducing health inequalities in cancer care

This International Nurses Day (and International Nurses Week in the US!) we’re incredibly grateful to be working with people like Beth Allen, who is one of the incredible nurses at The Christie NHS Foundation Trust using CardMedic to improve care … Read More

CardMedic set to improve experiences of maternity services across Suffolk and north east Essex

Maternity services across Suffolk and north east Essex have gone live with CardMedic, the award-winning healthcare communications app.

The app has been deployed to improve experiences for those using maternity services and support the ambitions of the area to fulfil NHS England’s Core20PLUS5 framework.

The CardMedic app went live across the region’s maternity services in November 2022. It is being used widely by multidisciplinary teams, including midwives, obstetricians and other clinical staff, as well as administrative teams at all three hospital sites; West Suffolk Hospital, Ipswich Hospital and Colchester Hospital. … Read More

How entrepreneurship in the NHS is helping to narrow healthcare inequalities

The NHS Clinical Entrepreneur Programme has played a really big part in CardMedic’s success, with myself being fortunate enough to be a fellow on the programme. We were honoured to be featured in the programme’s latest health inequalities case study, … Read More

CardMedic set to improve experiences for cancer patients after going live at The Christie NHS Foundation Trust

We’re excited to announce that The Christie NHS Foundation Trust has deployed CardMedic across the organisation to help reduce health inequalities for cancer patients! The app will help bridge communication gaps that exist between clinicians and patients, caused by things … Read More