We strive to be counted as a software agency helping to make a real impact in consumers lives. A focus on accessible healthcare through health tech is one way we adhere to our strict company values, and bring our experience of providing intuitive solutions to users when they need it most.
RADARR came to Arch looking initially to explore proof of concept through our Kickstart programme, and following the success of these sessions, the decision was made to move the platform into full development. The RADARR platform seeks to ease the process of connecting medical professionals with their patient's radiology reports with an all-in-one solution that allows for the reduction of the time it takes to make a diagnosis on the basis of MRI scans and xrays.
We're assisting NHS England with the launching of a new online Mental Health education resource for 12 -18-year-olds in at-risk areas.
When you feel safer your auditory system switches off its hyper-vigilance, ignoring background sounds inside your body and the environment around you. With this in mind, the Quieten app has been designed and built to give those who suffer from Tinnitus access to therapies that will help alleviate their symptoms. Quieten is packed full of practical advice, understanding, comforting information and many tips that benefit patients with tinnitus, wrapped in a visually intuitive iOS and Android app.
VetPlus is a UK based manufacturer of nutraceuticals (nutritional supplements) for animals, they commissioned Arch to help them create a mobile application called PLASID, which designed to monitor behaviour in animals suffering symptoms of cognitive dysfunction and stress and encourage their owners to find and pair supplemental products with behavioural management strategies.
Vet Nexa is a new veterinary pharmaceuticals marketplace that seeks to connect vets directly with the product information they need to be able to make sound purchasing decisions for their practice. Removing the time consuming and admin heavy element of running a practice, and allowing vets to spend more time treating our furry, feathered and scaly friends.