techUK selects Mvine guest blog as part of its Digital ID series.
Mvine announces today that a new article on ‘Digital Identity in Healthtech’ has been published today by techUK. The guest blog features the case for MSERV pain management platform, an innovation which some anaesthetists and pain experts think could be the biggest innovation of its type since the Patient Controlled Analgesia (PCA) device over 25 years ago.
The innovation has been through clinical trials which provided an evidence base for how an Interactive Pain Application (MServ) improves postoperative pain Management.
Joseph Spear, Director of Communications at Mvine, and who serves as chair of techUK’s Digital ID working group, said: “The health and social care sector could benefit from digital innovations which harness Digital ID but it must be done properly and ethically. The use case for an innovation like MSERV shows this is possible, real and available today for evaluation.”
The full guest blog is available online from here.
Mvine Limited has been a techUK member since 2018 and an active participant in the techUK Digital Identity Working group since its beginning.