Changing the way healthcare professionals communicate
Healthcare professionals work tirelessly to ensure higher quality of care, faster diagnoses, and better outcomes for their patients. With an ever-growing number of patients with increasingly complex needs, relying on knowledge locked behind silos is no longer sufficient.
Let’s practice medicine together
As a surgeon-in-training, CEO and co-founder Joost Bruggeman had already become increasingly reliant on the use of commercial messengers to coordinate patient care with colleagues in different departments without interrupting important work. While messengers were more efficient than traditional methods, they also brought up the critical issue of patient data security.
However, there wasn’t anything on the market designed for healthcare at the time.
In 2016, Siilo was born to address the need for instant communication between healthcare professionals. It’s built for security and ease of use, so that messaging is a safe, seamless addition to professional life.
Siilo has since evolved into a platform that is connecting modern healthcare professionals, simplifying their workflows, and democratising access to expertise and experience. By doing so we believe we can improve their quality of life and ultimately patient care at scale around the world.
What others say about Siilo
How NHS Trust, St. George’s University Hospital Introduces Siilo to Enhance Team CommunicationRead more
Learn how the Orthopaedics Department at St. George’s Hospital uses Siilo to connect medical teams and collaborate on patient cases.
Siilo connects KNMP pharmacists across the NetherlandsRead more
Royal Dutch Pharmacists’ (KNMP) chat group ‘Apothekers; Over de muren’ brings over 2.000 pharmacists together to solve everyday problems for their patients.
How Buurtzorg health nurses efficiently exchange information through SiiloRead more
Home care organisation Buurtzorg uses Siilo for efficient information exchange between nurses and healthcare professionals across the region.
KAVA Pharmacists in better and more direct contact through SiiloRead more
The Royal Pharmacists’ Association of Antwerp (KAVA) addresses inefficient communication to and between pharmacists via Siilo’s collaborative discussion tiles.
Coordinating Altrio regional offices and home health nurses in the field with SiiloRead more
Altrio regional coordinators use Siilo to facilitate patient transfers and follow-up communication between home health nurses in Belgium.
Faster and more cost effective care in hospitalsRead more
Mobile messaging is a common tool in medicine. Professionals in the UK know that a secure option is needed and are actively searching for a solution.