Instant reporting with full analytics so you can improve efficiency and reduce costs. 



Make smarter decisions. Prioritise tasks. Delegate tasks faster and safer

Over 70 screens -Many Use-Cases




Make an informed decision when assigning jobs. See who is closest to the patient, is On or Off shift, is least busy and best qualified for the job.




Always on means ALWAYS ON - Work anywhere on the 60% of the planet that has no net access with over 4.6 billion unconnected people.




Request Vitals or that a Medic attend a patient with a single tap. Set Automatic Vital Alarms in your team. Workflow is dynamic and mimics your existing system

Read More



Know what's happening to your patients, who is busy, who is not and what is outstanding in your group. Work smarter, safer and more efficiently.

Read More



AAA runs on Microsoft's AZURE G-cloud. All transmissions are 256bit AES encrypted end to end and stored in an encrypted database. NHS Trusts can host and own ALL data.

Read More



A power cut - The cloud fails (It does) As long as your phone is working, so is AAA. Off-Line First means Data is ALWAYS available and No re-keying errors.

Read More


Anyplace - Anywhere - Anytime


** June 14 2018 - Success - Our bid for Phase 2 of the EU Nightingale project was successful - With the help of 5 University Hospitals and with EUR1.2m of funding, we are on our way to build the worlds most advanced Vital Signs sensor that has A.I. at it's core - It's called 'Sentinel'

Visit the Sentinel Website here  





In the U.K. 17m people have poor or no connectivity at home - 525 areas have NO connectivity.

According to Eurostat in December 2016 15% of E.U. households have no connectivity. That's about 112m people.


 VITALS, NEWS2 AND PEWS ALARMS with group alerts (FULL Paediatric Early Warning Score (PEWS) with Alarms)

AAA calculates and graphs National Early Warning Score (NEWS V2 Dec 2017) assessments and Paediatric Early Warning Scores (PEWS) from recorded vitals. For PEWS,we use all 5 scoring charts and automatically select the correct one based on the patients age. Medics can now easily see trends. As always, with AAA this is automatically calculated even when 'off-grid'. Alarms on any Vital sign or NEWS score can also be set and members of the group who you wish to be alerted. Alarms are tripped even if the device is off-grid. Full user documentation for both NEWS and PEWS are also available for reading when off-line. If your hospital has it's own risk grading scale, let us know and we will add it just for your hospital.


In V1.2 we have added support for Bluetooth LE devices.



Blockchain is a technology that is used in many industries and in many different ways.

There are many forms of databases, programming languages and networks. All work differently and all have their own characteristics. There are also many forms of blockchain that use parts of the technology that suits their needs. For example, if you lose your blockchain key for your health records, would it really be OK to lose you entire health records for ever ?

We use and harness blockchain technology and we understand it. Many don't and hence the hype. If you really want to understand blockchain, ask a developer, not a theorist.

We don't use 'Merkel trees' because we don't have to. We use UTC and time is used as a 'latch'. If a clients transmits at 13:00 and then subsequently sends through transactions created as 10:00, the system rejects the changes. It knows that something is not right. In Medical health records 'double spending' is a necessity not something that should be impossible. Health records have to represent the real world, not a theoretical one. Not that it should but, the same thing can happen to a patient twice. There is often a delay from when actions happen to when they are input into the system. Theoretically, nothing has happened until it is input into the system. The real-world is different.

Download AAA, create a group and move a patient to another group - Watch it re-create the complete chain - immutably. Others say, we do.

Every Group and Action or Task is it's own chain and every chain has an owner. This can be either the patient or the group owner. Each starts with a 'Genesis' block and these chains are combined and cannot be altered. They can only be added to. Tasks and actions are woven into the patient record in their entirety. The chain is complete and contains all the data it needs to exist on it's own. In block chain terms this means AAA actions that are applied are immutable. Just like a financial ledger. As a result, patients (and their data) can be transferred between groups. We do not run a crypto server such as Bitcoin or Ethereum and there is no 'mining' or trading but each patient 'chain' is transferred and copied between groups. It is a chain - to which blocks or treatments are appended.



On Windows Phone and iOS, data is secure to a FIPS140-2 standard. This security standard is approved by both the UK and USA governments for storing personal health records. Your data is secure and legally compliant (WhatsApp is not) - click to see the BBC report. AAA is secure even when off-grid and does not need a connection to authenticate authorised users in the field. We use two factor authentication when you invite group members. Group invitations automatically expire if not accepted within 12Hrs. Every packet of data is 256bit AES encrypted end to end (including chat) and then only ever sent over an HTTPS connection.




You can invite anyone you choose to your group (with two factor authentication) who can then view all details (images, lab results, meds and vitals) for a patient and then issue tasks or jobs to any other medic in the group. Patients and their data can also be transferred to other AAA groups. Role based security is also available. Medics are removed from a group when you choose and all AAA data on their device is purged even if they never connect to the internet again. We can also provide geo-fencing security if required. 


System Integration with HL7 FHIR (With UK ITK) MLLP Jan 2018

GDPR compliant interoperability





We have built in the largest 114 NHS UK hospitals, every ward, contact, telephone number, pager and bleep numbers, department numbers, floorplan with GPS coordinates are ready to use. You can also create a Domiciliary system or your own custom environment. AAA will not only tell you distance and bearing to your patient but also how to get there. If you pin a Live Tile, you can see how busy your group is without even opening the app.



AAA was used in over 89 UK NHS teaching hospitals and 138 Countries Internationally in the beta

(Click here to see the Full list of NHS hospitals we support)






A Developer API will also be released and we plan to open-source the project





AAA Medical is a free, ‘occasionally connected’ clinical task management and electronic health record (EHR) app that works in the connected world but also for the 4.6bn people who live in the unconnected world. We use a form of block chain technology and PAXOS techniques to achieve this.  AAA works in many current UK hospitals where Wi-Fi is poor or where Trusts just don't have the funds to install connectivity everywhere. We use the UK Government interface standards for interface and notation. Medics or patients can record health data in remote or off-grid locations and this data is then shared as and when group members 'sync'. Images, lab results, video, Jobs, treatments or vitals can be completed, new tasks issued or updated when any member of the group has a connection but more importantly all these tasks can be done when they don't have a connection. Medics can work off-grid just as they would as when they are connected. It's simple and intuitive to use, needs no IT skills to set up and runs on low cost smart phones. It works anywhere and at anytime when you need it. Try it for yourself and make up your own mind, no credit card required, just download the app and try it out yourself.

AAA also allows medics to set alarms on Vital signs or NEWS and PEWS scores that when tripped, alert selected members of the team or if off-grid, the patient or their carer.


Any advanced connected system or device turns into a disadvantage when you can't access data !

AAA is 'Off-Line First' - As long as your phone is working, you can access data you need, legally and securely.

Data is stored on a cheap (less than £100) FIPS140-2 approved device which has regulatory approval for storing patient medical records by both the UK and the USA governments.

Every 'packet' of data AAA transmits or receives is 256bit AES encrypted and then only ever sent over an HTTPS connection.



Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

Contrary to popular belief these techniques have been around for a long time (Remember HAL in 2001 A Space Odyssey - A 1968 movie). The revolution is that the cloud makes these tools accessible, easy to use and available to everyone.

AAA records a range of data and from this we looked at how we could use A.I. to help our users look into the future. It's very early days and the 'R' programming langage is not the easiest but we are running live code on Azure today. As AAA is free and our models get larger, they will become more accurate. This capability was in our mission statement when we started four years ago. If we are lucky and the experiments are clinically validated then hopefully these features will make it into AAA. For some of our users in countries where healthcare is not so advanced, this will seem like science fiction. As developers we delivered our first A.I. product in 1995. All patient data is anonymised with strict adherence to UK NHS standards

From the data that AAA records, we are running 'A.I. Experiments in the following domains :-

1) Predicting Length of Hospital stays

This is a machine learning experiment based on how the patient was admitted, their initial triage and the number of actions or tasks applied to them.

2) Hospital Readmission for diabetes patients based on Lab data

This is an existing A.I. Experiment designed by Microsoft.

3) Patient condition based on falling or rising vital signs

From the data AAA already records, we will spot 'at risk' patients automatically.

We intend to pool this data and make it freely available to AAA users. In the U.K. the NHS will own the dataset and it will be stored on their servers.

The NHS Needs Machine learning

Unlike some companies, we won't sell the data that AAA collects back to the NHS as the NHS will own it. It will be hosted on NHS servers. The NHS is probably the worlds largest source of healthcare data that can be collected in a standardised way. The data it produces needs to be used for non-profit benefit. UK taxpayers paid for the data and we don't think that it should be 'given' to private 'tele-medicine' companies so that they can sell 'analysis' of the data back to the NHS to 'save costs'. The NHS is totally capable of recording this data itself and it should be doing so. Hopefully the NHS will recognise the immense value of the data it collects and make sure it does not give it away for short term benefits because it does not understand A.I. or machine learning.

A.I. is a term you use when people are trying to impress non-technical users. Machine learning is what it's called when you want to hire programmers and data scientists in the real world.


Why did we create AAA and why is it important ?
In the USA, healthcare debt is the single largest cause of bankruptcy. This is even for middle class families who have insurance. Their system is broken and it's also financially unsustainable. If the NHS fails, the future is sadly predictable. The NHS needs to become more efficient, get better deals and reduce healthcare costs through I.T. innovation. Making healthcare more efficient makes it cheaper. Making advanced software that facilitates that and is free makes those savings available globally to rich and poor institutions alike. AAA is free and it works anywhere. 
According to Eurostat in December 2016 15% of E.U. households have no connectivity. That's about 112m people in the E.U.
Monitoring patients with deteriorating vital signs (We won the E.U. tender and we're building the sensor - It's called 'Sentinel')

Your team can be distributed globally. Patients can be monitored securely from anywhere in the world

 What's the Problem with Wi-Fi ?

Many medical devices operate in the 2.4GHZ and 5GHZ frequency bands as does Wi-Fi. MRI machines, PET and CT scanners, radiology and radiotherapy rooms are also lead shielded and create large dead spots and shadows. Unlike offices, most hospitals by design have exceptionally thick walls to prevent fire and explosion damage due to the use of oxygen. As many of us know from our home systems, Wi-Fi hates walls. Wi-Fi and cellular dead spots in hospitals are going to be with us for some time. A solution is only a solution if you can use it where and when you need it. That means everywhere and even when you don't have a connection.


WHY is AAA different ? For the technically minded, we use a technique called 'State Machine replication in distributed computing', a bit of PAXOS and combine this with blockchain technology. Every group creates it's own Genesis block and each group has several chains allowing our model to be dynamic. We don't just 'interpret text' we manipulate objects and re-align their effect in time. This allows us to give tasks\jobs\workflow a given 'state' at specific points in time across all objects in the group. Existing sync frameworks like CouchDB and Realm don't do what is needed in medical use-case scenarios. The data model we then use to control these processes can be updated, modified or added to by any of the group members when they are connected but also when they are not. Their additions or changes are then propagated to the other group members in the correct order as and when they synch. The model is also dynamic, it's different and adaptive to each users needs.

It works anywhere - you don't need a connection to the web, Wi-Fi,2G, 3G - that means the top of Mt Everest, the Gobi desert, airplanes, helicopters, Ambulances, EMR shielded rooms, basements, Mars and Pluto. It can be used by a single user or by a group who need to collaborate and share jobs and tasks. AAA users create their own workflows and environments that mimic their current working practices. 

AAA Works in disaster zones where there is no connectivity. Record patient ailments, treatments and take a GPS position. When you connect again, all that data is made available to the rest of your team including your instructions and notes you made when off-grid.

A paramedic in an ambulance that was in an area of no connectivity could for example take vitals, administer medications, take images, video, patient notes and observations. AAA will continually attempt to send this data until it is successful. The phone or device will automatically find the best available connection be it 2g,3g,4g or Wi-Fi as soon as it becomes available. Everything you do before you had a connection and everything you do when you are connected is recorded and transmitted to your group as soon as it can be.

There are No infrastructure costs, No infrastructure, No installation, No system integration, No contracts, No salesmen, No I.T. Consultants, No demos, No feasibility studies, No pressured sales, You won't get fired for trying it and did we mention.. It's free.




AAA runs on a £30 smartphone - So what ? If everyone (or their employer) had £600 or more of spare cash to spend on a smartphone that's what we would have written AAA for. Of the 4.6bn people who don't have regular access to a web connection, many of them live on less than $20 a day. For these people or the medics who care for them £30 is too much and £600 is just not possible. Many UK NHS staff would also struggle to afford a £600 phone. The NHS cannot afford £600 smartphones and tablets. This is about delivering data to the point of care in the cheapest most cost effective way possible. Nothing else is relevant.

AAA allows medics in those countries to collect data in parts of the planet the web has not reached. Remote communities can have their medical conditions monitored on a single device. Advice and treatments can then be made and prescribed when the data from that device is seen by a Doctor or midwife for example (who could be anywhere on the planet). That advice and treatment can then be taken back to the people who need it and administered Anyplace - Anywhere - Anytime. That's important !

Android, iOS and UWP (Universal Windows Platform) versions are currently in production and should be available by late 2017. When these versions are released, you will be able to move between devices as needed. We are also adding full ink support and a HoloLens viewer for case notes and lab reports.

See our Mission statement.


AAA Mimics your Existing Working processes The workflow system in AAA is dynamic, you build it to be exactly what you need and want. Every hospital is different and has different processes. The people who know these processes best are the people who work with them every day. AAA gives you the ability to re-create that exact system with every last nuance.

AAA is Global Consult and work with who you choose, wherever they are anywhere on the planet securely. Once you invite a colleague, they can see patient notes, vitals, images, video and all treatments. They can suggest actions and leave comments or advise. Once you remove the medic, all AAA data on their device is automatically purged even if they never connect to the internet again.

AAA is GPS aware and advises which medic is closest to each patient (or which patient is closest to you). It will also deliver turn by turn directions to get there even when off-grid or during a natural disaster. A dynamic workflow system allows the creation of custom solutions in a secure environment. Once a group is created and members invited, all data is shared and useable between them. Synching requires a 2G connection for a few seconds.

 AAA helps you be more productive With a few taps, AAA answers questions such as 'Tell me all the jobs I need to do in this ward ?' - 'Tell me all the jobs that are outstanding for this patient?' - 'Show me the most outstanding jobs in my Group ?' - 'Show me the outstanding jobs closest to me ?' - 'Show me which medic in the group has most outstanding jobs ?'. Work more efficiently and more productively wherever you are.

3 Fully independent profiles on the phone at a time - You may have up to 10 Profiles



AAA is Built for you We have built in full details for the 114 largest NHS UK teaching hospitals - Select your hospital from the list and it's built in seconds. That's details and ward names for every Ward including, number of beds, contact names, telephone numbers, pager and bleep numbers, department numbers, ward specialities, floor plans, visiting times and much more. It's a true working environment. Move patients between wards as you need but using actual ward names and locations. AAA is designed to seem like it's been written just for you. Place patients in a GPS aware model of your exact environment. You can also create your own 'custom' environment or Domiciliary systems that also work off-grid - We even 'reverse-geocode' patient locations from postcodes to within 2 meters. You enter the postcode, we do the rest. AAA will get you to your patient anywhere on the planet.



AAA is secure - Every single packet of data we send is encrypted with 256bit AES encryption (excluding your texts but including e-mails and group chat). AAA data is then only ever sent over an HTTPS connection. Data is AES encrypted on your device, during transmission and when stored in a HIPAA compliant data storage facility. We use SQL Server 'Always Encrypted' databases for storage. Additional Biometric security such as Windows 'Hello' can also be used if you enable this on your device and bitlocker on Windows phone devices. Windows phone has a FIPS 140-2 security certification - provided you have set up the security on the phone, even if you lose the phone. your data is safe. When you create a group and invite colleagues, we also use multi-factor security authentication and on top of this, we time limit the invitations. Despite this, we know that there is no 100% secure system. How secure is 256bit AES encryption ? (don't take our word for it)

For NHS trusts, AAA runs on G-Cloud approved servers (Microsoft Azure) and trust can host and own the data.

"AES permits the use of 256-bit keys. Breaking a symmetric 256-bit key by brute force requires 2128 times more computational power than a 128-bit key. Fifty supercomputers that could check a billion billion (1018) AES keys per second (if such a device could ever be made) would, in theory, require about 3×1051 years to exhaust the 256-bit key space."


Why no PACS \ Link to our internal hospital imaging system. Glad you asked and when your existing vendor tells you they can do this easily, lets just consider a few facts.

DICOM medical images are often 100's of MB and some are Gigabytes. Like phones, medical imaging continually increases resolution and it's not going to stop. Some scans are now made of thousands of 'slices' where as a few years ago that would be hundreds at a much lower resolution. DICOM images cannot just be compressed\converted as most of the contrast information (DICOM Modalities) in the images would be lost. Additionally, the cost and management of re-digitising the library (old and new images) to a smaller image is out of the question. If just 4 or 5 doctors simultaneously try to download a few GB's of images to their iPads\iPhones at the same time, the bandwidth needed will degrade the entire Wi-Fi network. The 802.11n standard has a maximum throughput of 600Mbps or about 75MB/s. You may however be lucky and have 802.11ac (170MB/s) but your device still has to receive that amount of data and that speed is typically about 30-40Mbps (that's megabits) - it's going to take a while. If you have ever tried to download a 4k movie or stream to your iPad or iPhone you know how long this will take. It is usually a limitation on how fast the device can get the data. Gigabit Ethernet ports on desktops are a different matter.

If your hospital allows, you can take a photo of the screen of an imaging workstation and attach it to the main patient record but we can't deliver a full DICOM image to your device. We don't like to disappoint so it's not a feature we offer - just now.


AAA is a communications hub  - Every ward, patient, patient GP, colleague, department can be contacted with ease in a context sensitive way by email, SMS, voice or chat. If for example you select 'E-mail patient GP', AAA will pre-populate the subject email with the patients name. If you call the patients ward, AAA will tell you the name of the contact i.e. Sister Jane Smith. Not only that, the contacts are shared by the group so the numbers, bleeps and contacts are the ones that are relevant to you and your group. It's not just a massive list of 'possibly' relevant numbers created by your HR department, it's a concise list of numbers that are relevant to you and the group of medics you work with. For the NHS we hold over 40k phone and pager numbers, 4k Ward names and floorplans and we increase that number every month. No more switchboard holdups.


AAA is a group collaboration tool. When you create a 'Group', AAA then automatically creates a GPS aware model of the user’s hospital or environment. Group members can then be given tasks or create tasks assigned to themselves to be actioned on patients or beds or wards. The workflow and processes are dynamic, YOU create the actions and tasks that mimic your current processes and work for you. AAA then lets you allocate these tasks to members of your group and shows you details that lets you choose the medic best suited for the job. These details include how far away the medic is from the patient, what the medics speciality is and how busy they are. You can make an informed decision and not a random guess.

We don’t expect AAA to replace major IT systems but be used in conjunction with them or when they are absent. AAA empowers it's users to create their own solutions so the system seems like it's been written for your exact needs. ‘Tasks’ are designed by users mimicking your current workflows. Once created, the users share data so for new members of the team, all the combined knowledge of the group is available to them. For new recruits in a large hospital, this is invaluable as it creates trust, engagement and makes those first days a little less daunting.

The Action system is Dynamic - Create what you need


Step 1 -  Select an 'Action' - Step 2 - Add your detailed requirements - Step 3 (see screen above) Assign the job to a Medic Step 4 - Create the task.



So how do I get data out of AAA and into my main system - On the main patient record screen there is a menu option 'Email me a copy of this patients record'. When you select this option the entire patient record and all events are compressed into a file and then encrypted with 256bit AES encryption. This file is then automatically attached to an email which you can send to yourself. Once this E-mail arrives at your main PC or workstation, you can then open the file by entering your password and then cut and paste data from the e-mail into your main system. The file is password protected with your AAA password. Only you can open it and see the contents. This method of transmission and encryption is compliant with both HIPAA and HITEC. This method is not perfect and we would like to do better and make it seamless but that requires interfaces into your main system and that exposes both systems to security vulnerabilities. Any other mobile or tablet system that interfaces directly to your main system must be carrying a 'key' or is at least a gateway into your main system. The risk is that it's a mobile key that can get lost or be stolen. The issue is convenience on one hand and security on the other. AAA does not directly interface to any other system.

AAA has many uses so use what you need. You don't have to use it all or store patient data. We have added features you need such as encrypted group chat, personal panic alarms, ICD10 lookups (short and full), a phrase library, group wide banner messaging, hospital floorplans, ward contact and phone numbers, bleep\pager numbers, calendar integration, reminders, news, maps, jobs and much, much more.

Unlike most systems, When we say 'Always on' we mean 'Always on' even when you have no connection at all and even if the cloud goes down (which it does from time to time), AAA keeps on working. Even in Airplane mode, in the basement, in x-ray shielded rooms - absolutely anywhere on the planet and anyplace you are in. No expensive cabling, new terminals or Wi-Fi\network upgrades



AAA is Empowering - You are in control. Anyone, no matter how junior or senior can try and see if AAA can help in their environment. You create your own solutions that suits how you and the people you work with operate. It may come to nothing and if that's the case at least you tried to improve things BUT you may just come up with a gem of a solution on your own without a management consultant or a feasibility study in sight (and not having spent a penny). We hope AAA is a tool you can use to bring your ideas to life and make your working day easier, more manageable and efficient but also safer.

Here's hoping people on the ground can make a difference.

 You Choose - We won’t send a salesman in a suit with a briefcase to visit you nor will you have to talk to a sales consultant before you see the software – Just download AAA and see if it works for you. If it does not suit your needs or live up to your expectations, just let us know and we'll try to satisfy your request. 

Our (or anyone else's) software is not perfect and it never will be. AAA will however evolve and improve and keep 'raising the bar' to exceed our users expectations.


So where are you going with this - What's the bigger picture ? We have been working with multi-user databases since 1982. On one particular project, we designed a PLC system that controlled a large industrial plastic resin production plant that ran 24x7x365 (A bit like a human being). The costs of any downtime was large (hot plastic sets). We therefore built into the system a 'self maintaining' A.I component where we calculated the statistical probability of components failing based on actual failures. The more data and failures we encountered, the better our predictions became and soon we were replacing components before they failed. It was almost like looking into the future. Algorithms such as these are now commonplace in most industries but guess where it's not ? We've been programmers since 1977 and A.I and machine learning are not difficult subjects and have been around for decades (Remember H.A.L.) The difficult part about A.I. in medicine is getting accurate, reliable and consistent data with which to make the prediction. That's the tough part. Read our mission statement and see where we are going. 

Plan for the unexpected - We recently had a situation in Central London where an entire area of the capital lost its data connections for months due to an underground fire. This is London, one of the most advanced cities in the world in 2016. If it can happen here, it can happen anywhere.

And then of course there was WANNACRY. The press stopped reporting it but the costs of re-keying data and errors in treatment will continue for some time.

AAA uses MS-Azure which has a 99.95% monthly SLA and all our data is geo-redundant but we still don't even rely on that. Even with that 99.9%, it's for nought if your Wi-Fi is down, the cell tower is congested or an underground fire destroys your web connectivity. Even without these, AAA will still keep going. With all other systems, you are reliant on the weakest part of the system, what ever that may be. The more advanced and productive the system, the bigger the liability it becomes if you cannot for any reason access it. With AAA as long as a single member of your group has access to their device, all data can be channelled into that device. Nothing will be lost and as soon as the cloud or Wi-Fi network recovers, everything returns to normal.

We have plans to go beyond this with IrDA and NFC. Watch this space.


Azure has gone down before (as has AWS and all cloud suppliers).

If that happens with any conventional client server \ web based system, everyone stops work and resorts to a paper based backup system.

When it comes to re-keying that data, the problems don't stop. Many date and time sensitive items no longer make sense as they are keyed in days later and have to be 'manually corrected'.

When AAA can't connect (or you don't want to) it stores all its transactions and then transmits them when your connection is restored or it's suitable for you.

This technology is called 'occasionally connected' - It embraces a technical architecture design goal of a 'loosely coupled' system in that a failure in any part of the system won't bring the rest of it crashing to it's knees or just plain dead.

For example :-

One of our Azure servers goes down (AAA is spread over many servers) AAA Keeps on working
All Azure \ The cloud goes down - All of them have including AWS and Azure  AAA Keeps on working
Your mobile network provider goes down \ Fails (Try Hampstead or Wembley in London on the 3 Network) AAA Keeps on working
The cell tower in your area goes down \ gets congested AAA Keeps on working

An Underground fire destroys all the network cabling in the area (Holburn in central London)

AAA Keeps on working
Your local Wi-Fi \ internal network fails AAA Keeps on working

You have a local power cut (More common that you would think)

Royal Stoke University Hospital - 22 July 2016

Northwick Park Hospital 04th January 2016

Royal Berkshire Hospital 31 July 2015

Arrowe Park Hospital 5th March 2015

AAA Keeps on working
Your Mobile phone fails \ you drop it  - Use a colleagues phone AAA Keeps on working
Your colleagues phone's battery runs out - Find another colleague AAA Keeps on working
You need to work 'Off-Grid' AAA Keeps on working


As long as any device survives you will still be able to record patient data. You will never lose it. As soon as the other components recover, all data is realigned, all devices re-synchronise and it's as though the failure never happened. AAA essentially 'Heals itself' but in it's own time as and when the phone data is uploaded.

Even this is not perfect and we will always 'push the technology' - in our next release we hope to incorporate very cheap personal RFID data stores for AAA data (plastic armbands). Any group member who has access to the group will be able to scan a patient band and know exactly what has happened to the patient even if no group member has managed to sync. It's the modern version of the clipboard at the end of the bed. Paper may be old technology but sometimes it's hard to beat.

Our current architecture makes AAA highly resilient to failure and it's ground breaking technology. What we have planned for RFID's is already partly built and it's on the way - We already have plans on the next generation after RFIDS. Watch this space as they say. 






AAA has many ‘use cases’. Users can choose any part of the application that is of use to them and ignore others. For example AAA can be used to make the experience of a new medic starting work in a large hospital feel less daunting by arming them with essential ward names, contact names, floor plans and telephone numbers that’s always available even if they have no net connection. Reminders, appointments, the panic alarm, ICD10 features and many more functions can be used in isolation of all others. AAA does not have to hold patient data to be useful.

When you tap an event, an expanded view will be shown allowing you to drill down.





A ‘group’ can be created by users with a custom workflow tailored to your business processes and medical practices in minutes. This includes using your existing stationary and forms.

New data and amendments which were made off-grid are synchronized with all members in the group once they again obtain a connection. AAA always works even when conventional systems fail.


AAA also delivers topical jobs, events and a magazine to all groups. The content below is a sample of what would be supplied to a maternity group. The magazine contains up to date and relevant content for the group. The jobs are relevant only to the user. If an advertiser specifies 'Nursing' positions for nurses who work in maternity groups, those adverts will only be shown to nurses meeting those criteria. We won't send you disengaging and irrelevant offers.






A few of the things we do

 London, UK


Coding, systems design and developing solutions is what we do but more importantly it's what we love to do and it's our company ethos. It's what drives our passion. Everyone in our company can write code because we believe it's a building block of logical, cognitive, rational thought. Spin and hard sell don't count for much round here but we will always push the envelope. Read our mission statement here

Powered By