InTechnology has boosted its credentials as a supplier to the heath sector after acquiring and investing in a telehealth and software firm.
The cloud specialist has picked up United Telehealth and taken a substantial stake in software producer Healthsolve.
The deals back up the moves InTechnology has already made in this area, with its accreditation to N3, the NHS network that links hospitals and GPs.
As part of the acquisition of United Telehealth InTechnology will add specialist scientific, technical and clinical staff to its payroll.
"Our investments will enable us to add a patient-led managed telehealth service to our existing suite of managed data and telephony services, while providing budget holders in the clinical community with a viable, cost-effective and independent solution.," said Bryn Sage, CEO at InTechnology.