MEDILOGIK Ltd was established in 2008 to create an innovative Endoscopy Management System (EMS) to address the needs of endoscopists across the NHS and private sector within the UK and Ireland.
Since founded, the business has grown into one of the UK’s leading EMS software suppliers and was among the first vendors to meet the requirements of the National Endoscopy Database (NED).
The MEDILOGIK head office is located in Cambridge, and we employ a dedicated software development, technical support, and customer service team, specialising solely in endoscopy and the UK healthcare market.
Our customers include healthcare organisations of all sizes, from small clinics to large hospitals, multi-trust organisations, and national chains, including being used in several leading NHS teaching hospitals, such as Cambridge University Hospital, and University Hospital Birmingham.
What Makes Us Different?
Our software development is exclusively focused on endoscopy, allowing us to deliver specialist solutions with regular updates in response to changes in requirements and technology.
We also cater solely to the UK and Ireland healthcare market, so that each feature is completely honed to meet the needs and compliance requirements of UK and Irish medical professionals – without the need to workaround features more suited to other markets and jurisdictions.
Integrated scheduling and booking module, with a flexible booking system that can be customised to meet your workflows.
Single click JAG clinical audit reports – our easy reporting dashboard makes it fast and easy to complete reports and send them directly to consultants and GPs.
Natural and intuitive user interface and data input.
24/7 uptime and remote support.
Scalable software infrastructure to align with your capacity.
The software covers the full endoscopy episode, from triage to discharge, making it easy for you to visualise your departmental pain points and balance capacity to demand.
Easy surveillance of patient groups, with electronic vetting to stratify and organise your waiting list.
Bespoke integrations and configurations let you use MEDILOGIK EMS seamlessly with your other systems.
Meet The MEDILOGIK Team
Our diverse and skilled in-house team combine over 100 years of endoscopy experience and includes a recently practising endoscopist, as well as IT infrastructure and security professionals, and NHS managers with extensive clinical department management experience.
David has been involved in the GI Endoscopy market for almost 30 years. In addition to his role as Managing Director, David has overall responsibility for software content and partnership relations. The EMS product benefits from both his own experience and that of numerous Consultant and Endoscopist contacts built up over the years.
Head of Business and Programmes
Ryan has over 15 years of Health Informatics experience, mostly within the NHS, including several years with oversight of an NHS endoscopy system. During this time, he has gained extensive experience in digital system development and management and fulfilled several roles including Technical Solutions Manager and Product Delivery Manager. He was also the Wessex Genomic Medicine Centre Informatics lead for the 100,000 Genome Project. On leaving the NHS he worked in the digital health industry as solutions lead, designing complex deployments and developing capabilities for national EHR tenders alongside wider public sector tender requirements. Ryan immediately assumes responsibility for all customer contracts and will be meeting everyone as soon as is appropriate.
Business Development Director
James has been involved in software development and deployment in Healthcare for over 20 years, the last 15 in Endoscopy. He has successfully managed the deployment of Endoscopy solutions to Trusts across the UK and brings this experience to MEDILOGIK with a mandate for growth. With a consultative and collaborative approach to sales, James will be the first point of contact for Endoscopy units looking to join the MEDILOGIK user base.
Chief Operating Officer
Robert has responsibility for all aspects of the day-to-day running of the company, ably supported by our development, operations and customer service leads. Robert has over 20 years of NHS experience, moving from development through implementation to general service delivery. Most of this time was spent working on application integration and systems management. He has a large knowledge of NHS systems and software from the hardware level through to operational management.
Head of Technical Operations
Catherine has over 20 years of NHS experience in digital services support, implementation, development and service delivery. Having previously worked for us in a Product Specialist and Project Manager role she brings her strong background in healthcare and information technology to lead the technical delivery team. Her knowledge of EMS and a strong focus on customer care delivers a high standard of service to both our existing and new customers.
Head of Development
Wayne has been involved from day one with the original EMS pilot and now has overall responsibility for all MEDILOGIK software development. Wayne has over 15 years of experience in implementing systems used in the healthcare sector, including having previously worked on projects for NHS Improvement and NHS Professional’s eRecruitment.
Prior to joining MEDILOGIK in 2022, Jim was a consultant colorectal surgeon for over 20 years based in Inverness. He had been the endoscopy lead for 10 years, clinical director for eHealth, a JAG Assessor and represented the ACPGBI on the National Endoscopy database group. Jim has wide eHealth experience and has led projects for a variety of specialities both locally and nationally. We benefit from his skills in a variety of ways at MEDILOGIK, not least to ensure all our functional changes to EMS have the end users' best interests at heart.
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