Kirona Ltd is latest Health informatics provider to join UKHIF

ImageKirona Ltd is the latest organisation to be represented at the second UK Health Informatics Forum (#UKHIF). Kirona will also be using one of a limited number of demonstration spaces to showcase and provide a more detailed analysis of their Healthcare Informatics solutions. Kirona’s participation follows that of TotalMobile, Tiani Spirt and Advanced Health & Care for the event in Leeds this July. The forum already has participants and delegates from a wide ranging cross section in the Healthcare Informatics sector.

Kirona are a leading provider of mobile workforce management solutions which provides field staff with software that allows them to receive and record their work. Kirona tailors their approach to ensure customers reach their business goals by increasing the number of visits and time with patients but also by helping to reduce overheads. Over 350 Public Sector organisations and 25,000 field workers rely on Kirona’s software to carry their work efficiently and effectively.  The applications provided can be fully integrated within an existing infrastructure or be used as independent solutions. The service Kirona provide is seamless throughout the process.

Kirona’s software is an excellent example of the innovations that will be showcased and debated throughout the UK Health Forum; we look forward to welcoming them in July. For more information about Kirona Ltd and their services please visit

We are still in the process of allocating delegate passes for #UKHIF. Please contact Fiona Cowan, Project Director – Public Sector UK, for more information or visit

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