December 2016

Published: 23rd December, 2016

Rescon are advised that their book chapter on "Technology Implementation: Lincus Software as a Service System" (Authors: Adie, Faye, Laura and Tom), will be published by Springer in Technologies and Smart Futures.

Rescon welcome three interns from Liverpool John Moores University to the team.

Rescon meet with Liverpool CCG and PSS following a highly successful Phase 1 of the Healthy Liverpool blood pressure screening programme which achieved conservative in year savings of 300% of the initial investment.

Rescon continue to work as the technology work package lead the Diabetes Digital Coach NHS Internet of Things Test Bed project.

Rescon partner with Victrix to deliver high impact, high value solutions to people with long term conditions in Europe and beyond.

There are further meetings with Glenelg Support, Riverside and Liverpool Innovation Network to discuss working together.


The Lincus platform achieves Cyber Essentials and IASME Information Governance accreditation (in addition to Level 2 IG SOC).

Rescon meet with GP Practices in Swindon to deliver Lincus for supporting patients with diabetes in the community.

Rescon continue engagement with the Waves of Hope project to support people with multiple and complex needs in Liverpool.

Rescon are notified of a successful joint bid for deploying Lincus with the City of Wolverhampton through the government funded programme to help people with learning disabilities live more independently in their own homes.

Rescon continue their work with Citrus Suite on the next Lincus Companion app update.

Lincus integrates no touch upload of measurements from scales, BP monitors, oximeters, blood glucose meters and thermometers.

December 2016 News