The company will unveil the app, which is currently under development, at the NHS Expo in Manchester.
Bleepa is an encrypted medical messaging app that can be used on smartphones, tablets and desktops, allowing clinicians to communicate with other team members securely.
Feedback said the app enables faster clinical decision making between team members, which will improve patient care.
According to an article published in BMJ Innovations, 97% of doctors routinely communicate about their patients over WhatsApp but this leaves users and hospitals exposed to the risk of litigation.
"We are making rapid progress in the development of our new messaging app, Bleepa” said chief executive Tom Oakley.
“We believe that it will provide a flexible, accurate and secure method for swift clinical decision making, revolutionising the way in which patients receive treatment whilst safeguarding our doctors from potential litigation.
“We look forward to showcasing the finished product this September at NHS Expo in Manchester."
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