Liaison Group has completed an undisclosed investment, giving it a minority stake in digital workflow provider, Infinity Health, the creator of the Infinity digital tool, which helps healthcare professionals coordinate care and communicate around patients.

Liaison Group’s chairman, Bruce Thew, said: “Investing in Infinity Health supports Liaison’s mission to change the global health economy. Infinity Health represents an opportunity to take Liaison Group to the heart of the NHS and health economies globally, enabling us to work in the area of care coordination and communication, and contributing to our core expertise in NHS savings and efficiencies.”

Liaison Group stated it continues to prioritise research and market analysis into identifying the leading tech solutions to support the NHS and its essential operations. Thew continued: “We have seen the benefits that innovative technology solutions have brought to the NHS during the Covid-19 pandemic, and how the right solutions have improved patient care and workforce management at a time when swift digital transformation was needed most. As with this growth capital investment, we will continue to support the right technology solutions to further health economies going forward, both in the UK and overseas.”

Elliott Engers, chief executive at Infinity Health, added: “We are delighted to begin this partnership with Liaison Group, who have unrivalled expertise and experience within the NHS. We are united by a shared vision to support front line staff with the tools they need to safely and efficiently care for their patients. Together, we aim to bring the benefits of Infinity to as many health and care teams as possible.”

Date published: August 27, 2020

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