Are you keeping up with your patient’s communication requirements?

In today’s digital society healthcare providers need better, safer ways to communicate with patients and each other. That’s where instant messaging comes in.

Novastone for Health

Novastone’s health messaging technology provides a secure solution for clinical teams and their patients which reduces the cost of healthcare delivery, while improving patient safety and health outcomes. It allows the sharing of patient-identifiable information, vital signs, medication and lab reports between clinical teams and patients.

Since the days of Hippocrates, conversations between clinicians and their patients have been at the heart of diagnosis, treatment, health and care delivery. Supporting that dialogue and empowering patients with new technology is key to the future of effective, cost-efficient modern healthcare delivery.

Hi Phillip. How can I help you?
I need to renew my prescription
Ok let’s look at extending the dosage for another week


GPs and their teams can operate a secure, mobile-centric instant communication channel reaching patients via the apps they already use. Banking level security standards and NHS IG compliant.



Increased Practice and patient connectivity facilitates patient engagement, empowerment and self-management.



novastone increases staff productivity, collaboration and co-operation.



novastone for Health allows you to participate in conversations 1 on 1, in a group, with your team or across the disciplines.

“The potential of cutting-edge technologies to support preventative, predictive and personalised care is huge.”

UK government briefing paper

“Emergency surgical teams using WhatsApp found chat groups flattened the hierarchy, allowing junior trainees to access more experienced clinicians, who provided support and supervision.”

Financial Times

“Technology systems used daily across hospitals, GP surgeries, care homes, pharmacies and community care facilities don’t talk to each other, fail frequently and do not follow modern cyber security practices.”

UK government briefing paper