The Future Care UK Ltd wants to change the way health and social care is provided, from managed to self-managed care. To achieve this we will use a combination of:
- Digital health, real-time technologies
- Embedded software algorithms
- Medical & social care monitoring triage
- Remote reporting services.
Our technology is fully compatible with NHS hospitals, GP surgeries and patient records in the UK and EU public health, IT platforms. Our data capture and approach is founded on ethical health principles, patient confidentiality and privacy.
Real-time big health data will always be used anonymised. Our purpose is to research and develop new health algorithms to benefit humanity and improve the services we can offer.
The Future Care UK Ltd founders have a total of 30 + years’ experience in the public and private sector. Both founding members have first-hand knowledge of working in companies spanning: digital health equipment and software, care solutions, healthcare monitoring centres, pharmaceuticals, medication, homecare and education
We also have a number of specialisms e.g. setting-up call centres, Telehealth, Telecare, dementia, training, social enterprise development, social impact measurement and return on investment. As such, the team have a pedigree of public speaking engagements in the UK, EU and across Asia.
Bradford James Rogers
Brad Rogers is considered an industry expert in assistive technologies for both the public and private sector. He is a Non-Executive Director of UK Telehealth Care London, Telecare Group and his key role is to advise the board on product and service development. Brad has also worked with and advised buying consortiums and local authorities on Telehealth care development and provision.
Having over 15 years industry experience, Brad is at the forefront of integrating technology into services within the sector. He has advised Kent Country Council’s Telecare & Telehealth and Campus re-provision projects and has been involved, at board level, with major national and international charities
Key areas of Expertise:
- GP Out of Hours Primary Medical Services
- NHS 111
- Primary Care Support Services
- Secondary Care Support
- Offender Healthcare Services (Prisons and Custodial Services)
- Telecare and Telehealth – Long Term Conditions Management
- IT Solutions
- Pharmacy and Medicines Management
- Contact Centre Services
Public Speaking Profile:
Health & Care Show 2013/2014
Commissioning in Healthcare 2013
The Care Show 2011
TSA Annual conference 2013
Kings Fund 2011/2013 Digital Commissioning
The OT show 2011
Wearable Technology Show 2013
Andrew is an entrepreneur and has founded three previous companies:
70’s Moving Lines – a multimedia agency working with leading brands: TSB, Wella, and World Health Organisation.
80’s The Conference Database Company with subscribers such as Price Waterhouse, Seven Trent Water and Motorola.
2005 Caring Sharing & Company – a Care Quality Commission homecare agency with specialisms in dementia, new ways of working and IP product including Talking Pictures®, TalkAbout®, ReminiSCENSE®.
In 2000, he resigned from IBM as account manager for eHosting and eServer, to be a family carer looking after his mother who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. Andrew is passionate about supporting family carers.
Since 2005 Andrew has travelled in China, both professionally and for pleasure. He has been a VIP guest speaker and facilitator at several Chinese private and government events.
In 2013 he completed Postgraduate Certificate of Education (PGCE) at the Institute of Education, and has since provided seminars to a wide range of secondary schools and further training colleges and universities
Andrew has been a member of the Telecare Services Association and has worked with members in developing government initiative “3Million Lives”.
Public Speaking Profile:
- Care Show in Shanghai 2012
- Care Show in Shanghai 2013
- CISSE 2013
- Joyway 2013
Social Enterprise, Social Impact measurement & return on investment
Areas of Expertise: Strategic planning; social enterprise and trading options; impact and evaluation; marketing and marketing communications; tendering, commissioning and procurement; project management
Background: Robert spent several years in the commercial sector working for big and small companies, local outfits and multi-nationals. He set up and ran his own commercial organisation and then decided there must be more to life and business than “this”. Now Robert enjoys being nosey and opinionated in the social sector. Being able to get to know people, organisations and problems and then helping to sort things out keeps him young.
He advises and consults with local authorities, infrastructure bodies, and third sector and social enterprises to help them achieve their aims.
His clients like: His ability to understand, simplify and solve their problems.
His colleagues like: That he’s in touch with his inner child.
He likes: Living life as best he can.
His motto: “Strive for perfection, settle for excellence” Someone clever.
Read about Robert in the press: social enterprise and investment in China, social innovation in Estonia and social impact and enterprise in the RSA Journal.