Doccla in the News.

Swedish startup Doccla provides remote patient monitoring services to the UK’s NHS

NHS has partnered up with the Swedish med tech firm Doccla, and now their healthcare workers in Luton will have the opportunity to monitor chronic patients without needing to be in a clinical setting.

28th December 2020

Luton community services selects Doccla for remote patient monitoring

Doccla is the first to win a contract from the new NHSX/Crown Commercial Service Remote Patient Monitoring framework agreement.

22nd December 2020

Remote patient monitoring service to be established in Luton

Doctors and nurses in Luton will be able to keep an eye on chronic patients outside of traditional clinical settings through a new partnership with medtech start-up Doccla.

17th December 2020

The Story of Doccla, with Dag Larsson

Dag Larsson is founder and CEO of Doccla, a virtual ward company. Dag graduated from the Stockholm School of Economics and formerly held executive positions at MTG, Viaplay and Turnpikegroup.

3rd December 2020

NHS Trust trials remote smart patient monitoring

The company is providing virtual wards, built around the use of connected medical wearables in the home, to allow NGH clinicians to remotely monitor the vital signs of recovering COVID-19 patients and those living with chronic illness...

Svensk startup distansmonitorerar covid-patienter inom NHS

Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust, NGH, samarbetar sedan en tid med svenska startup-företaget Doccla om distansmonitorering av tillfrisknande covid-19-patienter.

Svenska medtech-startupen Doccla får uppdraget att distansmonitorera covid-19-patienter för engelska NHS | IT-Halsa.s

Docclas digitala lösning innebär att fler covid19-patienter kan vistas hemma där kliniker har uppsikt över deras hälsa och tillfrisknande på distans samtidigt

11th September 2020

Northampton partners with Doccla for virtual wards

Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust has partnered with Swedish health tech start up, Doccla, to trial virtual wards for vulnerable patients.

4th September 2020

Northampton NHS at forefront of innovation for virtual ward tech

A partnership between Doccla and Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust (NGH) will see the trial of remote smart patient monitoring, which is hoped to deliver a new safe and effective form of patient care...

22nd July 2020

You don’t have to be home alone with COVID!

Since the arrival of COVID, the way we approach things as medical professionals has had to change, almost beyond recognition...

17th July 2020

Övervakar covid-19 på distans

Det svenska startupbolaget Doccla har fått i uppdrag att distansmonitorera covid-19-patienter för brittiska NHS. Systemet har utvecklats tillsammans med sjukhuset Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust, NGH.

17th July 2020

Doccla & Northampton NHS Trust trial virtual wards for vulnerable patients

The new project will use wearable technology to enable vulnerable patients at home to be remotely monitored by hospital clinicians.

14th July 2020

Doccla and Northampton NHS trust trial virtual wards for vulnerable patients

Swedish medtech startup, Doccla, has announced a partnership with Northampton General Hospital NHS trust (NGH) to trial remote smart patient monitoring, which will aim to free up NHS capacity.

13th July 2020

Doccla and Northampton NHS trust trial virtual wards for vulnerable patients

The new project will use wearable technology to enable vulnerable patients at home to be remotely monitored by hospital clinicians.

13th July 2020

Doccla and Northampton NHS Trust trial virtual wards

Swedish medtech start-up, Doccla, has announced a partnership with Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust (NGH) to trial remote smart patient monitoring...

10th July 2020

Doccla announces trials of virtual wards for vulnerable patients

The medtech company is providing virtual wards, built around the use of connected medical wearables in the home, to allow NGH clinicians to remotely monitor the vital signs of recovering COVID-19 patients and those living with chronic illness.

9th July 2020