The next-generation virtual care platform

Lenus uses patient-generated health data to enable services that aim to:

  • reduce outpatient waiting times and rehospitalisation rates
  • empower patients and improve health outcomes
  • improve patient access to care

How it works

Lenus is a system of interoperability that bridges the gap between existing care systems and new digital therapeutics and diagnostics.

How Lenus works


  • Share data from wearables, sensors and apps
  • Connect new and existing patient services via API
  • Apple Healthkit and Google Fit integration


  • API driven data exchange
  • GDPR compliant consent model
  • Enforce data interoperability and security

Healthcare providers

  • EHR integration and custom dashboards
  • Remote monitoring and messaging
  • Machine assisted diagnosis and alerts

Patients can generate, control and securely share data from mobile apps, wearables and sensors as part of new, digitally enabled care pathways.

Its API-first architecture and adherence to defined data exchange standards allow developers to connect existing services and devices, or to build new services.

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Lenus and selected services are certified as Class I under EU Medical Device Regulations (MDR).

Our quality management system is compliant with the requirements of International Standard BS EN ISO 13485:2016.

Third party assessments ensure continuing compliance to the changing regulatory landscape.

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