Cogniss, a no-code ecosystem for digital health, has launched its new global headquarters in Cambridge, UK, as the tech company’s growing user base of health innovators accelerates in the UK and Europe.
The establishment of the new headquarters follows Cogniss’s recently announced partnership with ORCHA, and the appointment of experienced digital health leader Dr Lloyd Humphreys as managing director.
Dr Humphreys said: “There’s never been a more important time for the power of technology to help support our health workers and systems.
“We know that the real innovation in healthcare is driven by the passionate workers on the frontline and we are excited to help drive a change in the way patients can access life-changing treatment and support products – by empowering clinical practitioners and entrepreneurs to create their own digital health products.”
Cogniss CEO and founder, Leon Young, said the decision to move the company’s global headquarters ‘next door’ to some of the world’s most ground-breaking research hubs made perfect sense.
“At Cogniss, our whole purpose is to drive a paradigm shift in the way digital health can be delivered to patients, giving those with the subject matter expertise the ability to digitise and scale their work on their own – with quick development, low cost, best-in-class features and productised security and privacy. We’re already delighted to be working with many incredible health practitioners in the UK and look forward to supporting many more.”
This post originally appeared on TechToday.