AIMES on Friday 18th January welcomed Luciana Berger Member of Parliament for Wavertree and Shadow Minister for Mental Health. Luciana toured the Kilby House facility and met with AIMES staff to discuss current projects and initiatives. She saw first-hand the work AIMES have been undertaking in collaboration with the NHS to transform the way digital technologies are used in healthcare to benefit patients. Dr Dennis Kehoe, CEO at AIMES, described the work the company were currently involved in including;
Luciana also met with Marie Messenger, AIMES lead for Mental Health applications, to discuss the work undertaken in collaboration with the Merseycare Life Rooms project and understand how Recovery College services are being helped with the aid of improved data availability and access to information.