Who we are
Connected Diagnostics are the preferred connected health partner of companies and organisations who develop or implement medical devices and in-vitro diagnostics for infectious diseases. Our experienced team of connected health experts are dedicated to developing innovative solutions that support our partners across the global health sector.
Connected Diagnostics are proud to have worked with many of the world’s most successful diagnostic companies, promising start-ups, international organisations and academic institutions to discover, design, develop and implement world class connected health solutions that enable a robust and sustainable digital future for global health.
What we do
Connected Diagnostics provides specialist insights and solutions enabling strategic, operational and competitive benefits within the complex and challenging areas of connected health. Our team of eHealth experts provide a level of consultancy and expertise that goes beyond the solutions themselves, helping global companies to successfully navigate the complexities of implementing connectivity solutions.
With over 20 years’ experience delivering diagnostic connectivity projects in over 30 countries, we can support you through the daunting process of developing an eHealth or connected diagnostics solution that meets your needs and satisfies stringent industry regulations.
Strategy & Business Modelling
Helping you to create your digital health strategyLearn more
Product & Service Development
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Operations & Support
Helping to keep products operationalLearn More
Some of our customers
Jeff Takle – General Manager, Halo™
One database to rule them all
On September 4th 1998 in Menio Park, California, Larry Page and Sergey Brin founded Google, their mission, to organise the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful. In 2020, the world witnessed the global outbreak of the SARS-CoV-2 virus and there has since been a tidal wave of effort to collect data to understand everything from associated symptoms, risk factors and prevalence through to biomolecular data including protein structures, biochemical pathways, compounds and drug targets.read more
The value of instrument performance data and how to get it
Reliable and timely diagnostic test information is of paramount importance for the proper functioning of several components of the diagnostic and treatment cascade. These include patient management, epidemiologic surveillance, quality assurance, laboratory operations, and technical product support. When developing connected diagnostic instruments however, many manufacturers often fail to recognise the value of instrument data.
The importance of software validation
Verification and Validation, often shortened to V&V, is a vital step in the development of any software, but is especially imperative for software in a medical device, software as a medical device and or software as an accessory to a medical device. Featuring prominently in applicable standards and guidance from regulatory bodies, the importance of V&V cannot be understated in producing a safe, effective and reliable software of any kind.