Sector Expertise

Medical Therapy

Improving the quality of care

Our team of experts shares a passion for people-centered medical innovations which improve patient outcomes.

We partner with our clients to deliver valuable innovation, enabling healthcare providers to reimagine and raise the standard of care. We do this by understanding patient and caregiver needs, creating compelling strategies and concepts to address those needs, and ultimately developing high performance medical devices and systems ready for regulatory submission and manufacture. This approach, honed over decades and across many complex development programs, creates a sure path to high performance and a market-ready final result.

Our experienced healthcare program leaders harness the power of multidisciplinary teams to unlock new possibilities and ensure successful outcomes for our medical therapy clients. We work across a range of therapy areas, including minimally invasive surgical systems, cardiology, blood filtration, and intensive care. The goal? Nothing less than extraordinary innovation that places the patient front and center.

Ministry of Defence

Novel wearable that saves lives

In an intense disaster or battlefield scenario, correctly identifying which victim to treat first can be a matter of life or death, so we created a specialised wearable monitor. The device won the prestigious ‘Best of the Best’ Red Dot award.

“Our ISO 13485 certified innovation process is truly end-to-end, and focused on improving patient outcomes despite almost universal cost pressures in healthcare.”

Matt Brady

Head of Medical Therapy

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