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Experts in Connected Medical Devices & Digital Health Solutions

Connected Diagnostics are an experienced connected health partner, providing our customers with guidance and expertise in the design, development, testing and implementation of eHealth solutions.

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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.

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Our Services


Strategy & Business Modelling

Helping you to create your digital health strategy

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Product & Service Development

Helping you to design and build products and services

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Regulatory Adherence

Helping to get your products and services to market

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Operations & Support

Helping to keep products operational

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Some of our customers

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We brought Connected Diagnostics into a rapid development project with an NIH COVID-19 rapid antigen test to help build a software and smartphone reader component. They added value immediately. 
CDX brought that rare balance between seasoned medical device software experience and an adaptiveness appropriate to the FDA’s Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) process. We quickly built out the full requirements & specifications, QMS documentation and initial processes, and the testing and verification plans. They did in 3 months what would have taken us 6-9 months to accomplish and in “COVID time” that’s an enormous strategic advantage!
We would never have been able to meet our highly aggressive timetables without CDX’s proactive, keen, and strategic structuring of the process. Terrific job and, no small feat, the product is exceeding performance specifications on the virus! We would gladly recommend CDX to anyone in diagnostics that cares about their data.


Jeff Takle – General Manager, Halo™



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Connected Diagnostics awarded Top 5 In Vitro Diagnostic Solutions Providers in UK 2023

Connected Diagnostics awarded Top 5 In Vitro Diagnostic Solutions Providers in UK 2023 - Read the full article here

“The knowledge we bring and our teachings help companies avoid pitfalls when thinking about connectivity,” says Chris Isaacs, CEO of Connected Diagnostics.


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Cybersecurity: A Non-Negotiable in Modern Medical Device Development

The integration of digital technology into the realm of healthcare has opened up an exciting avenue for revolutionary medical devices. However, with great potential comes great responsibility. As we digitise and interconnect our medical systems, we also expose them to cyber threats. Today, we delve into the imperative of prioritising cybersecurity in the development of new medical devices.


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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.

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