Tuberosity is building a unique healthcare clinic management system (DASHclinic) to streamline patient flow and gather data that is easier to use than paper or PC based processes.

It was founded in 2014 by Mr Jim Gray, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon and Clinical Director who is passionate about healthcare disruption and streamlining service for the benefit of staff and patients.

Startup Aim

Tuberosity has an aim to improve healthcare efficiency through smart mobile technology.

Products/ Services

Currently building this unique healthcare clinic queue management software tool to be implemented at a hospital Trust. This will be a core product upon which the vision is to develop information flow between patients and hospitals allowing the streamlining of hospital process.

End Users

Any healthcare clinic
Unique Selling Point
Don't wait any longer!
Mr Jim Gray, consultant orthopaedic surgeon and clinical director
Key Milestones




Product design


Prototype build


Software contract signed commissioned with a UK based app developer


Numerous discussions with clinicians, patients, execs, central government and consultancy firms 2014/15

Partnership proposal currently being considered with a software firm with an aim to
commence building imminently. Funding has been obtained for this stage.

Progress Summary
  • Prototype built, contract signed for the build. Partnership proposal under discussion from a leading global software firm.
  • Hospital Trust invitation to host as a test bed environment with a view to further refinement and rollout from a single specialty to more specialties.
  • The aim is to market the product via a cloud based web API to the existing and new market of the software firm.
Contact Details
Twitter: @bluetuberosity

About The Author

Co-Founder & Technical Director

Nick has qualified as a doctor with an MBBS from Brighton and Sussex Medical School in 2015. He also holds a BSc in Management from Imperial College London. He has built a number of successful online businesses and is increasingly interested in medical technology that is going to change the future of healthcare delivery.

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