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Nye is enabling patients and partners in health to discover better health

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Our goal is to help people add life to years and years to life by enabling them to discover and engage with the world's best health, care and medical research.

Patients first. 

Health can be complicated.

We are working to simplify the tricky bits and protect the most important.

We are passionate about working out how to make it easier for patients to discover better health by empowering them with their health information and enabling them to find and engage with the help they need at time they need it most.

Patients

Participants

Partners in Health

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A platform that enables patients to discover and engage with world’s best health, care and medical research

The tools to enable patients to easily benefit from and participate in the research about existing therapies and medical devices and the discovery of new ones

The tools to enable organisations involved in the researchdevelopment of new therapies and medical devices to learn from, support and adapt to patients & participants

We have been building a decentralised patient support and real world data platform for patients, participants and partners in health 

Secure, compliant and scalable

Our Experience

We have built technology that has been used to deliver care to more than a 1,200,000 patients, built integrations that give >30,000,000 people access to their electronic health records and have worked with some major research studies.

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Used to deliver 

1.2+ million

NHS consultations 

Approved NHS integrations enabling ~30 million patients to access their medical record and one of the first apps to integrated with NHS login

Used for participant communication in the 

Oxford University

 AstraZeneca COVID vaccine trials and a number of other strategic research studies