ADI has secured further funding from the Small Business Research Initiative for Healthcare funding to help develop innovations that support self-care and independence in children with long-term conditions.
Ambassadors for business in Bradford have met with the district’s politicians at the Houses of Parliament to discuss how the city can be brought to the top of the agenda on a range of important issues affecting the district.
MyPathway from ADI is a secure, digital communications channel connecting patients to clinicians and services. It is a browser and app-based application co-designed and tested by users...
Advanced Digital Innovation (UK) Ltd is pleased to announce it has been awarded a place on the G-Cloud Framework. G-Cloud 9 is part of the UK Government’s...
ADI is pleased the announce that its CEO, John Eaglesham will be joining Madeleine Starr, Director of Business Development and Innovation for Carers UK…
Following last week's CAMHS workshop, held at Horizon in Leeds, we are pleased to announce that the presentations and supporting documentation are now available to view and download.
ADI is delighted to announce that it has won the Medilink Healthcare Business Awards 2017 'Advances in Digital Healthcare' category for its self-management of persistent pain app, PainSense.
Clinicians and Commissioners in CAMHS, along with providers or services are invited to meet and share ideas towards the development of StepUp!: ADI’s open outreach platform for CAMHS.
ADI is delighted to be one of 3 Yorkshire and Humber companies to have received Small Business Research Initiative for Healthcare funding to help develop innovations that support self-care and independence in children with long-term conditions.
Working alongside a team of prescribing chemists and doctors, Saltaire-based ADI has developed ‘medsminder’ to help revolutionise the way we manage our health