General
Aine Thompson

Elemental celebrate Link Worker Day 2021

Every year, we at Elemental celebrate Social Prescribing Link Worker Day byshining our spotlight on our customer successes, achievements, andmilestones. This very special day recognises Link Workers who go above andbeyond to make a difference in people’s lives, have persevered throughchallenges, and have connected people into their communities. Today, weshare

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Elemental The Access Group
Elemental Announcements
Ruairi Crossan

Elemental are now part of the Access family

Servelec, including Elemental Software, has been acquired by The Access Group. Servelec will now become part of The Access Group’s Health and Social Care division. It’s business as usual for Elemental. The company will continue to be led from its current base in Derry by co-founders Jennifer Neff and Leeann

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GP
Health
Ruairi Crossan

East Cambridgeshire Integrated Partnership team up with Elemental to join up social prescribing services

East Cambridgeshire Integrated Partnership (ECIP) has teamed up with Elemental to create a joined-up social prescribing service for local people. ECIP is a collaboration between Ely North and South Primary Care Networks, East Cambs District Council, How Are You Peterborough, Cambs County Council, and other statutory and voluntary community services.

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Community
VCSE
Ruairi Crossan

Limavady Community Development Initiative teams up with Elemental to tackle poverty through social prescribing

Limavady Community Development Initiative (LCDI) has teamed up with Elemental to tackle poverty and improve the lives of local people through social prescribing. The charity organisation is working in partnership with Vineyard Compassion and Community Advice Causeway as part of an anti-poverty project involving three support hubs that will adopt a social

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VCSE
Ruairi Crossan

Watford and Three Rivers Trust joins forces with Elemental to connect local people to wellbeing and support services

Community and voluntary organisation, Watford and Three Rivers Trust (W3RT) looks to Elemental to support its local wellbeing programme by enabling local people to refer themselves into local services and support.   Alongside Elemental’s core platform which, will enable the Trust to measure and evaluate outcomes for individual service users, W3RT’s service

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servelec
Elemental Announcements
Ruairi Crossan

Elemental Software becomes part of Servelec in plan to drive potential of digital social prescribing across UK and Ireland

Derry firm will continue to operate from current base under own brand and leadership team. Elemental Software, the fast-growing provider of social prescribing technology, today announces that it is to become part of Servelec, the leading supplier of digital care software across health, social care, education and youth services in the

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Elemental Announcements
Ruairi Crossan

Elemental awarded place on NHS GP IT Futures framework

Social prescribing is set to have a greater impact on the transformation of primary care as Elemental Software has become the first social prescribing software provider to be awarded a place on the NHS GP IT Futures framework. This will make it easier for the around 7,000 GP practices in

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Covid testing
Health
Ruairi Crossan

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board partners with Elemental to establish North Wales Covid Support Hubs

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB), the health organisation providing primary, community, mental health and acute hospital services across North Wales, has secured Welsh Government funding to partner with Elemental Software and a range of public and voluntary organisations to support the establishment of five Covid Support Hubs across the region.    The Hubs

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General
Ruairi Crossan

Mental Health Concern partner with Elemental to enhance their services and develop a greater understanding of the impact and outcomes of their social prescribing programme

Mental Health Concern is now live with Elemental across 16 Hubs, 4 of which are Newcastle-based Primary Care Networks. The step will help Mental Health Concern to further support and empower the communities they serve so that people facing challenges get the facts and support they need for self-care and

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Health
Ruairi Crossan

Wound and Lymphoedema aftercare specialists, Accelerate, embed digital social prescribing software in a bid to enhance how they support their patients holistically and report back on the impacts

Accelerate is a London-based organisation that develops and increases access to world-class treatments and thinking in chronic wound and Lymphoedema care for patients dealing with long-term conditions that impact their daily lives. Accelerate understands that living with a complex wound, debilitating swelling or limited mobility changes the way an individual experiences

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Jennifer and Leeann

Someone’s health and wellbeing can be affected by where they live, what they do for a living, their income or their early childhood background experiences. This in turn leads to some stark, and often avoidable health differences.

We founded Elemental to play an active part in halting health inequalities through the social prescribing movement. Our technology helps communities to be better connected, build resilience and bring real precision to the measurement of the impact of community investment.

We work with organisations that want to continue to invest in their communities but want to be much better at measuring impact and outcomes.

We believe this is a powerful route out of health inequality.

CEO & Co-Founder, Jennifer Neff
COO & Co-Founder, Leeann Monk-Ozgul

Jennifer and Leeann

A message from our founders