MEDILOGIK was formed to deliver the Endoscopy Management System EMS to meet a number of identified requirements from GI Endoscopists throughout the country. The three main aims have been substantially met by delivering a fully browser based system with an integrated scheduling and booking module and the ability to provide single click JAG Clinical Audit Reports. Subsequent to this we have been one of the first suppliers to meet the requirements of the National Endoscopy Database NED. MEDILOGIK is based in Ipswich where we have a dedicated software development and support team concentrating solely on Endoscopy and the UK market.
David has been involved in the GI Endoscopy market for over 20 years starting out with the EndoScribe product in the nineties. In addition to his role as Managing Director, David has overall responsibility for software content using both his own experience and that of numerous Consultant and Endoscopist contacts he has built up over the years.
James has been involved in software development and deployment in Healthcare for over 20 years, the last 15 in Endoscopy. He has successfully managed the deployment of Endoscopy solutions to Trusts across the UK and brings this experience to MEDILOGIK with a mandate for growth. With a consultative and collaborative approach to sales, James will be the first point of contact for Endoscopy Units looking to join the MEDILOGIK user base.
Wayne has been involved from day one with the original EMS pilot and now has overall responsibility for all MEDILOGIK software development. Wayne has over 10 years of experience in implementing systems used in the healthcare sector, including having previously worked on projects for NHS Improvement and NHS Professional’s eRecruitment.
Sean has over 30 years experience in software development in the NHS and private sector. For the last 15 years Sean has been involved in endoscopy reporting and now has overall responsibility for technical delivery and implementations together with the MEDILOGIK support team.
Nikki brings over 20 years experience of working in Health IT, across Mental Health, Community, Acute and Primary care settings in the UK, Australia and New Zealand. During this time she has successfully delivered hundreds of projects from inception through development and delivery to closure, including several first of type integrations with national systems. More recently she has focused on delivering key strategic programmes of work, delivering business benefit, product enhancements and ultimately customer satisfaction.
Robert has been working in the NHS for the last 20 years, moving from development through implementation to general service delivery. Most of this time was spent working in application integration and systems management. He has a large knowledge of NHS systems and software from the hardware level through to operational management.
Robert oversees and manages all elements of the EMS Technical Delivery programme, working with the team to ensure our customers get the product, support and assurance that they need.
Lee spent 10 years in the NHS as an IT & Network manager before moving to the private sector and specialising in Application Integration. Over the last 20 years Lee has built up a vast knowledge of the majority of clinical applications used by the NHS and private health companies. In addition to his experience working with all of the leading integration engines Lee nurtures an interest in open-source integration tools.
Tommy Gilchrist brings over 20 years experience in IT infrastructure design and security to the team. In previous roles Tommy was responsible for architecture design and security for major government and healthcare projects, regularly implementing public facing web applications handling confidential citizen information.
Tommy is responsible for working with MEDILOGIK’s cloud hosting partners to design and implement the cloud based EMS system and works along with the rest of the team to keep these systems regularly monitored, updated and secured.
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