Building the kindest patient community on earth.
Healthcare is complicated.
We were founded by clinicians who recognised that for people to live long, healthy, happy lives that last until a ripe old age, being healthy and engaging in healthcare had to be made simpler. So we're simplifying the tricky bits and protecting the most important.
We've already simplified how patients view and manage their health history with our personal health Timeline. Now we're helping patients feel in control of their data and know the impact of their contribution when they take part in clinical research and trials - you can find out more about this here.
Aneurin Bevan (or as his friends called him, Nye) had a vision for a health service that would care for individuals from cradle to grave.
This vision led him to found the National Health Service.
We believe that the creation of the NHS and its commitment to provide universal healthcare to the citizens of the United Kingdom was one of the greatest steps forward for our shared humanity.
So, thanks Aneurin. For the NHS, and for the name ;)
Nye in the news
The tech minnows changing the NHS
Just six weeks ago, an entrepreneurial GP, Dr Alexander Finlayson, launched Nye Health.
He describes it as a way to make the clinician's own device - whether that's their phone, tablet or desktop web browser - "NHS-compliant"...
Would you like to join us?
We're just a little team of humans trying to make healthcare simpler for other humans. If you think you can help us do that, we would love to hear from you.
Check out our open positions over on our careers page.
Dr Alexander Finlayson
Let's get started
1. Download the app
Open your phone camera and point at the QR code for 2 seconds.
Use your NHS Login or your GP practice linkage keys to link your record.
Need a hand requesting access to your GP medical record? - we have some handy resources on our support page.
If you're on a mobile, simply tap the button to head over to the Apple app store.
2. Link your record
The Nye app is free to use