In the wake of evolving patient needs and technological advancements, the medical and healthcare industry is shifting.

With the rise of telemedicine, personalised treatments, artificial intelligence, and integrated care models, healthcare providers are facing unprecedented opportunities and challenges.

These changes necessitate the adoption of sophisticated digital tools and data management systems to improve patient outcomes, streamline operations, and enhance overall efficiency. StableLogic is a leader in guiding healthcare organisations through this complex landscape, helping them implement cutting-edge solutions and ensuring they remain effective in delivering high-quality care.

With over 30 year's experience, StableLogic are your trusted technology partner and can help you navigate the complex technology landscape allowing you to focus on what you do best - protecting the public's quality of life.

Key transformations of medical & healthcare providers.

Hover over each case study to discover how we are helping to transform crucial services in medical & healthcare.




Extracting the secrets to enterprise-level cost savings from years of data with Boston Scientific



Boston Scientific engaged StableLogic to develop insights into their internal IT corporate devices.

StableLogic built detailed analysis, using multiple data sources, to provide visualisations to the client. As a direct result of those dashboards, Boston Scientific were able to realise tens of thousands of dollars in savings.

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Enabling the NHS deliver a modern and reliable communications service with Royal United Hospitals Bath

The Royal United Hospital Bath (RUHB) is a major acute-care hospital near Bath, England, offering care for around 500,000 people.

They engaged StableLogic to help them redevelop their communications estate. The project resulted in significant enhancements to unified communications at RUHB, enabling employees, patients and visitors to collaborate across multiple channels.




Breaking down barriers to digital enablement in MedTech with Arjo



Arjo is a global medical technology company with an annual turnover of approx. €700 million, and 4,200 employees, serving the needs of acute and long-term care.

StableLogic led a detailed review of technology spend across the largest spending countries for Arjo. Our analysis highlighted a number of target areas which led to strategic advice and guidance to optimise, right size and transform the category delivering value for the business.

In crucial moments, embracing digital innovation could make all the difference to patients in need.

For example, the rise of telemedicine and digital health is improving accessibility and continuous care through remote consultations. Personalised medicine is gaining traction, offering tailored treatments based on genetic profiles for better outcomes.

Artificial intelligence and machine learning are enhancing diagnostics and treatment planning by rapidly analysing large datasets. Wearable health technology is empowering patients to monitor their health proactively and providing valuable data for personalised care. Additionally, integrated care models are being emphasised to coordinate comprehensive services across different healthcare levels, improving patient outcomes and reducing costs.

Telemedicine and Digital Health

The adoption of telemedicine has surged, providing patients with remote access to healthcare services via video consultations and digital health platforms. This trend enhances accessibility, reduces travel time, and supports the management of chronic conditions through continuous monitoring.

Personalised Medicine

Advances in genomics and biotechnology are paving the way for personalised medicine, where treatments are tailored to an individual's genetic profile. This approach promises more effective and targeted therapies, improving patient outcomes and reducing side effects.

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

AI and machine learning are increasingly used in diagnostics, predictive analytics, and treatment planning. These technologies assist in early disease detection, streamline administrative tasks, and enhance clinical decision-making by analysing vast amounts of data quickly.

Wearable Health Technology

Wearable devices such as fitness trackers and smartwatches are becoming integral in monitoring health metrics like heart rate, sleep patterns, and physical activity. These devices empower patients to manage their health proactively and provide clinicians with valuable data for personalised care plans.

Integrated Care Models

There is a growing emphasis on integrated care models that coordinate services across different levels of healthcare to improve patient outcomes and reduce costs. This holistic approach ensures that patients receive comprehensive care that addresses all aspects of their health, from primary to specialised services.

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