Transformational tools for
education, health and social care

Care and Support Tools

Digital best practice tools for care and support services, supporting:

  • Money icon Personal Budgets
  • Pound sign icon Integrated Budgets
  • Person icon Care Management
  • Forms icon FACE
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Health and Research Analytics

Healthcare analytics and data discovery for researchers and healthcare professionals, supporting:

  • Multiple people icon Population Health
  • Chemical flask and search icon Clinical Research
  • Form and tick icon Clinical
  • bacteria icon Clinical Registries
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Record clinical data, gain insights and make decisions with confidence


A next-generation self-service analytics and data discovery platform.


Accurately estimate personal budgets and integrated budgets.

FACE Toolsets

A library of best practice assessment and planning templates.

Care Partner

Award-winning software for managing people's care.

Nearly 30 years' experience

Our team has worked with complex health and social care data for nearly 30 years, with the goal of enabling it to be used to improve people's lives.

Trusted by leading research, health and social care organisations across the globe

Devon County Council
Home Group
Government of Jersey
Kings College London
Meharry Medical College
Staffordshire County Council

Case studies

Atmolytics supporting an 'Honest Broker' system at leading Cancer Research centre

A cancer research centre has implemented Atmolytics to support an 'Honest Broker' system which is speeding up the ability of researchers and Principal investigators to identify patients that meet the criteria for a clinical study or trial.

Meharry Medical College accelerates research & transforms patient care with data science

Clearsense, a key partner of Imosphere, used Atmolytics' technology to help Meharry Medical College launch a data science institute and drive predictive insights for underserved patients in fewer than 24 months.

How Herefordshire Council designed a strengths-based approach for its social care pathway

Herefordshire Council has been making significant strides towards improving outcomes for its population, by completely redesigning local social care pathways using a strengths-based approach.