Our Mission

At MyOpNotes, our mission is to revolutionise surgical documentation by streamlining operation notes and optimising hospital reimbursements through precise OPCS coding.

We believe that powering surgery with highly granular data is the future. We want to unlock that value for all involved in the patient's surgical care.

Our Mission

Developed in collaboration with surgeons, we create specialised software which delivers intuitive technology for the benefit of patients—current and future. We believe that surgeons should worry about surgery, not paperwork, and we’re here to fulfil that.

Who we are

Surgery can be hard enough, so our mission is to make the post-operative journey easier. This journey starts with MyOpNotes.

Our story

Where it began

Despite huge advances in surgical techniques, the way operations are documented has remained quite low-tech. Electronic patient record systems have not addressed the problem, and op notes appear to have been bolted on as an afterthought. We want digital op notes that extract all data for research purposes—how hard can that be? After all, it's not brain surgery.

Supplying demand

Fast forward to 2022—a team consisting of an NHS surgeon, a healthcare app creator and an entrepreneur set about to solve the issue and create documentation as advanced as the surgery itself. We built MyOpNotes from the ground up, made by surgeons for surgeons. When we showed it to other surgeons, they couldn't wait to get their hands on it.

Where we're at

The NHS doesn’t change easily, and for good reason. As a UK national treasure, it is usually safer to continue with what works, rather than risk problems for marginal improvements. We believe we have a solution that is an order of magnitude better than handwritten op notes. A solution which benefits surgeons, NHS Trusts and ultimately improves patient care at a better price.We began to roll out MyOpNotes in Q4of 2022 and haven't looked back. Surgeons should worry about surgery,not paperwork.

Where it began

Despite huge advances in surgical techniques, the way operations are documented has remained quite low-tech. Electronic patient record systems have not addressed the problem, and op notes appear to have been bolted on as an afterthought. We want digital op notes that help surgeons record high-accuracy data quickly and easily —how hard can that be? After all, it's not brain surgery.

Supplying demand

Fast forward to 2022—a team consisting of an NHS surgeon, a healthcare app creator and an entrepreneur set about to address the challenge and create documentation as advanced as the surgery itself. We built MyOpNotes from the ground up, made by surgeons for surgeons. When we showed it to other surgeons, they couldn't wait to get their hands on it.

Where we're at

The NHS doesn’t change easily, and for good reason. As a UK national treasure, it is usually safer to continue with what works, rather than risk problems for marginal gains. We believe we have a solution that is an order of magnitude better than other digital solutions. A solution which benefits surgeons, NHS Trusts and ultimately improves patient care. Surgeons should worry about surgery, not the paperwork.

Made by surgeons, for surgeons

We created a specialised software which delivers intuitive technology for the benefit of patients—current and future. We believe that surgeons should worry about surgery, not paperwork.

I now have crystal clear communication with everyone, whether its nurses, physiotherapists, the GP or the patient themselves.

Grant’s story

NHS Plastic Surgery Registrar, NHS Clinical Entrepreneur & Co-Founder

I now have crystal clear communication with everyone, whether its nurses, physiotherapists, the GP or the patient themselves.

As an NHS surgeon, MyOpNotes has helped revolutionise the way we work as a surgical team. By removing the inherent ambiguity of handwriting and communicating exactly what has happened during the operation, we have seen patient care improve.

I now have crystal clear communication with everyone, whether its nurses, physiotherapists, the GP or the patient themselves. By having a true record of the operation, with the data ready for analysis in audit and research projects at anytime, I think we can continue to build more efficiency into the NHS, at a time when it has never been so important.

Meet our team

MyOpNotes helps surgeons to improve the quality of operation notes, automatically captures data for audit & research, and enables hospitals to be accurately remunerated.

Rajen

Co-founder & CEO

Kieron

CTO

Grant

Co-founder, Clinical director & Surgeon

Grace

Brand manager
Rajen Nagar

Rajen Nagar

Co-Founder,
Chief Executive Officer
Grant Nolan

Grant Nolan

Co-Founder,
Chief Clinical Officer
Kieran Oldham

Kieran Lee

Co-Founder,
Chief Technical Officer
Martin Woolley

Martin Woolley

Co-Founder,
Chief Commercial Officer
Mike Hutton

Mike Hutton

Clinical Expert,
General Surgery Consultant
Josh Burke

Josh Burke

Clinical Innovation Advisor,
General Surgery
Manish George

Manish George

Clinical Innovation Advisor, AI Expert, Ear Nose & Throat Surgery
Panagiotis Kapsampelis

Panagiotis Kapsampelis

Research & Content Advisor,
General Surgery
Tommy Le

Tommy Le

Researcher & Content Advisor, Remote/Rural Surgery
Sue Eve-Jones

Sue Eve-Jones

Clinical Coding Expert
Mike Bellerby

Mike Bellerby

Full-Stack Developer
Aaron Knowlden

Aaron Knowlden

Full-Stack Developer
Jack Edmondson

Jack Edmondson

Full-Stack Developer

Interested in working with us?

We are always looking to work with surgeons, developers, NHS staff and patients. If you are interested in working with us then please get in touch today.

Interested in working with us?

If you want to be part of the MyOpNotes team and help us make the post-operative process as simple as possible, get in touch.