Centricweb, Innovation Birmingham-based mobile app and web technologies specialist, has announced the completion of a mobile app project for health and wellbeing services company Walsall Alliance Ltd.
The tech company was commissioned by the Alliance to deliver an app supporting patient management for primary care/practice nurses, enabling more decision making at the primary care level, and potentially helping reduce costs for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) NHS patient care in Walsall.
Containing “comprehensive” tools and information designed to help nurses at the point of care, the app has been launched on both Google Play and the App Store, and has been designed to present a navigable format for different COPD related scenarios and symptoms, including six sections; Instructions, Protocols, Inhalers, Forms, Calculators and Further Information. Ammar Khalid, Director at Centricweb said:
“The app and has been very well received by the nurses on the ground. We have also received tremendous feedback from the client. The app’s UI and sleek graphics have been praised everywhere.”
Walsall Alliance, a federation of 31 GP practices, delivers integrated health and wellbeing services in the Walsall area, covering just under half of the town’s population. Waheed Saleem, Managing Director of Walsall Alliance Ltd added:
“Centricweb provided an excellent service, exceeding our expectations. They were able to be responsive and supportive. I would not hesitate in commissioning them for future projects.”
Founded in 2014, Centricweb now provides services in areas such as supporting brand enhancement, process improvement, mobile marketing, sales growth and eCommerce.
The tech company offers an end-to-end service; from brainstorming and wireframing to design, development, testing, delivery and support.