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Radar Healthcare appoints Medilink as PR agency following rapid growth

Radar Healthcare, a Leeds based digital health firm, has appointed Medilink North of England as its PR and communications agency following a period of rapid growth.

Radar, who help health and care organisations monitor and improve quality and compliance, has recently made a number of high-profile appointments as its success continues to attract big names from across the sector. The company recently appointed a new Chairman, Stephen Wilcock, who joined Radar from EMIS Health, where he was Managing Director. A number of new global partnerships have helped increase staff headcount by eight under the leadership of Sales and Marketing Director, Bob Finney, who also joined from EMIS where he was Sales Director

The high-growth technology company has recently won a number of UK and international contracts, including with Four Seasons Healthcare, Taunton and Somerset NHS Trust and Ministry of Health and Prevention in the UAE. Radar’s partnership with Medilink marks the next stage in its ambitious expansion plan following these recent wins. This appointment will help the company to improve awareness of its software across the whole sector and to educate providers on how it can transform clinical and organisational outcomes.

Bob Finney, Sales and Marketing Director, Radar Healthcare, said: “We are delighted to appoint Medilink as our PR and communications agency. We work closely with clinicians and healthcare leaders day in - day out, so appointing an organisation that really understands the sector and has deep relationships within it makes sense for us. Our software is second-to-none in delivering the outcomes healthcare leaders want, and we see PR as being crucial to getting our message out there.

Jason Brannan, PR and Communications Director, Medilink North of England, said: “Radar Healthcare already has an excellent reputation in our sector. We’re really excited to help Radar to raise awareness of its offering and explain how its software can help improve patient outcomes and streamline organisational workflows.”

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