Join Una Health at Integrated Care Systems Conference

Join us at the ‘Integrated Care Systems 2023’ Conference, 23rd March, London

We invite you to visit Una Health at the Integrated Care Systems 2023 Conference, taking place at the Royal Society of Medicine, London, on 23rd March 2023.

Integrated Care Systems 2023 – The Future of Population Health Systems will allow NHS organisations, local councils and others to come together and discuss collective responsibility for managing resources, delivering NHS standards, and improving the health of the population they serve. The conference follows the formation of ICS/ICB’s and will inform the way forward for each region’s priorities, enabling the latest thinking, evidence, and strategic approaches to implementation to be disseminated.

We look forward to seeing you there and delving into how rapid point-of-care diagnostics can help you achieve your goals and support your initiatives for a more efficient, sustainable and patient-oriented healthcare model in the communities you serve.

You can register for the Integrated Care Systems 2023 conference at the link below.

Are you public sector staff? Contact us today to get a code for a FREE pass at the conference and book a meeting with our team.

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Partnering for Better Patient Outcomes: The Vital Role of Rapid Diagnostics in Integrated Care Systems’ Initiatives

Integrated care systems (ICS) have become increasingly important in the UK healthcare landscape in recent years, and the role of diagnostics suppliers in these systems cannot be overstated. The success of ICSs hinges on the ability of different healthcare providers to collaborate and coordinate effectively, with the goal of improving patient outcomes and creating a more sustainable healthcare system. Along with that, comes the need for adequate medical devices and technology to help create and sustain more efficient and financially feasible healthcare models.

The NHS carries out over 1.5 billion diagnostic tests every year and more than 85% of clinical pathways involve a diagnostic test1. To deliver the increase in diagnostic activity required now and over the coming years, and to provide safe, patient-centred pathways for diagnostics, new service models are needed2.

Point-of-care diagnostics suppliers play a crucial role in this process by providing accurate and timely diagnostic devices and tests that allow healthcare providers to make informed decisions in real time about patient diagnosis, care and treatment; ultimately, improving outcomes for patients.

Point-of-care testing has the potential to support the development of better healthcare and diagnosis pathways, in a wide range of settings, including but not limited to: GP practices and Primary Care Networks (PCNs), Community Diagnostic Hubs, Virtual and Frailty Wards, Hospital at Home services, Acute and Urgent Care.

Una Health is a trusted and well-established supplier of point-of-care diagnostics. Our core mission is to provide support to healthcare providers as they work to create better patient pathways and sustainable healthcare models.

We are committed to providing accurate and timely diagnostic solutions, and partnering with Integrated Care Systems decision-makers to support their initiatives. By doing so, we believe we can play a part in transforming healthcare in the UK and improving the lives of patients across the country.

Our objective as a diagnostics supplier goes beyond the provision of diagnostic tests. We work with ICS decision-makers to understand their specific challenges and priorities and help them to develop new testing protocols and pathways that are tailored to their needs. By doing so, we aim to support our customers and partners in achieving their overall goals and objectives supporting better patient outcomes.

Reimagining community care - Una Health
Reimagining community care – Una Health

Get in contact with us today and see how we can help you in supporting a better patient journey.


  1. Medical technology strategy – GOV.UK (
  2. DIAGNOSTICS: RECOVERY AND RENEWAL – Report of the Independent Review of Diagnostic Services for NHS England – October 2020