Salts Mill-based technology research and development firm Advanced Digital Institute (ADI) has appointed Jak Kelly as project manager for their CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services) Phase 2 project.
Previously a project manager with Tunstall Healthcare and Pace PLC, Jak will have the responsibility of managing the development and evolution of the CAMHS digital health platform in close liaison with strategic partners including the Anna Freud Centre and Leeds CAMHS Services.
Jak said: “This is an excellent opportunity to be part of the development of the next generation of digital health technology. The CAMHS digital health platform will help to reduce the burden on mental health services and helpi children and adolescents living with mental health issues to better manage their condition.”
ADI chief executive John Eaglesham said: “We’re delighted to welcome Jak on board at a very exciting time in ADI’s history. We are forging ahead with a number of digital health initiatives which could help to change the face of healthcare delivery.”
ADI was founded as the research and development innovation agency by Yorkshire Forward. In 2010, with the disbandment of Yorkshire Forward, the company became independent and has gone on to win a host of awards for its work in technology and healthcare with private and public sector clients around the world. The company currently employs 25.