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Current Health

Current Health (formerly snap40) is a British company founded in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 2015 by Christopher McCann and Stewart Whiting. The company produces remote patient monitoring systems that enable hospitals to discharge patients sooner, reduce readmissions, and respond early to signs of deterioration.

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The product is a wearable worn on the upper arm. It monitors vital signs and alerts hospital staff if there are signs of deterioration. DartfordDartford and Gravesham and Gravesham NHS TrustNHS Trust, which oversees four hospitals in Kent, UK, realised a 22% reduction in home visits after deploying Current.

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Scottish tech firm wins £1m NHS contract



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Snap40 raises $8M for its AI-powered patient monitoring solution



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This NHS wearable knows when you're getting sick and alerts your doctor

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Seed funding announced

$2m seed funding announced. The round was led by ADV. Other investors include MMC Ventures.

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The product is a wearable worn on the upper arm. It monitors vital signs and alerts hospital staff if there are signs of deterioration. Dartford and Gravesham NHS Trust, which oversees four hospitals in KentKent, UK, realised a 22% reduction in home visits after deploying Current.

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The product is a wearable worn on the upper arm. It monitors vital signs and alerts hospital staff if there are signs of deterioration. DartfordDartford and Gravesham NHS Trust, which oversees four hospitals in Kent, UK, realised a 22% reduction in home visits after deploying Current.

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The product is a wearable worn on the upper arm. It monitors vital signs and alerts hospital staff if there are signs of deterioration. Dartford and Gravesham NHS TrustNHS Trust, which oversees four hospitals in Kent, UK, realised a 22% reduction in home visits after deploying Current.

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Current Health

Current Health (formerly snap40) is a British company founded in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 2015 by Christopher McCann and Stewart Whiting. The company produces remote patient monitoring systems that enable hospitals to discharge patients sooner, reduce readmissions, and respond early to signs of deterioration.

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The company was founded by Christopher McCann and Stewart Whiting. McCann thought up the concept while a medical student, and seeing patients on wards deteriorating. He was then introduced to Whiting, a computer science PhD, and they co-founded snap40, as it was originally called. By December 2018, the company had completed clinical trials with 1,200 patients in NHS hospitals, including with NHS Fife and NHS Lothian.The company has received $8 million in a seed funding round led by ADV, with MMC Ventures, Gareth Williams (founder of SkyscannerSkyscanner), and Gordon Craig (co-founder of Cranewear). Prior to that, in 2017, it had received a £1 million contract from NHS England, enabling the company to fund clinical trials.

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Current (health company) Current Health

Current Health (formerly snap40) is a British company founded in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 2015 by Christopher McCann and Stewart Whiting. The company produces remote patient monitoring systems that enable hospitals to discharge patients sooner, reduce readmissions, and respond early to signs of deterioration.

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The product is a wearable worn on the upper arm. It monitors vital signs and alerts hospital staff if there are signs of deterioration. Dartford and Gravesham NHS Trust, which oversees four hospitals in Kent, UK, realised a 22% reduction in home visits after deploying Current.

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The company was founded by Christopher McCann and Stewart Whiting. McCann thought up the concept while a medical student, and seeing patients on wards deteriorating. He was then introduced to Whiting, a computer science PhD, and they co-founded snap40, as it was originally called. By December 2018, the company had completed clinical trials with 1,200 patients in NHS hospitals, including with NHS Fife and NHS Lothian.The company has received $8 million in a seed funding round led by ADV, with MMC Ventures, Gareth Williams (founder of Skyscanner), and Gordon Craig (co-founder of Cranewear). Prior to that, in 2017, it had received a £1 million contract from NHS England, enabling the company to fund clinical trials.

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Current Health (formerly snap40) is a British company founded in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 2015 by Christopher McCann and Stewart Whiting. The company produces remote patient monitoring systems that enable hospitals to discharge patients sooner, reduce readmissions, and respond early to signs of deterioration.

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