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Twenty new jobs at Yorkshire healthtech

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Harrogate-based Inhealthcare has created 20 new tech jobs for its work with the NHS.

The company provides remote patient monitoring services in the health sector and has recently secured a number of “significant” new business wins.

Among these are a national contract to scale-up Scotland’s remote monitoring, the expansion of “virtual wards” in southern England, and a partnership with a healthcare provide to deign and build a patient portal and booking system.

“We are proud to be creating new tech jobs in the North of England to help free up capacity in hospitals and GP practices and ensure people can access the NHS care they need at home,” said Bryn Sage, Chief Executive of Inhealthcare.

“With the backing of our parent company Intechnology plc, Inhealthcare has become a leading provider of remote patient monitoring with our tried, tested and proven technology.”

The tech roles cover app development, automation testers, test analysts, technical authors and business roles.

The new recruits will take the firm’s headcount to 44.

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