Helping health services to safely keep patients in their own homes
Tue, 9 August 2016
SIE Alumni, Christopher McCann, developed the snap40 device while he was a medical student to help doctors safely monitor patients. He had previously been involved in the care of patients who had deteriorated because the warning signs were not recognised early enough, and decided to use his experience in computing science and software engineering to come up with a solution.
In this video from the SIE Summit 2016, Christopher talks about how he got started. What other innovations might benefit patients and healthcare providers?