Agilio Software acquires My Locum Manager

Agilio Software, My Locum Manager
From left David Taylor, managing director, Agilio Primary Care; Neil Laycock, chief operating officer, Agilio Software; Dr Matt Beddoe, co-founder My Locum Manager; Dr Surina Chibber, co-founder My Locum Manager

Health technology provider Agilio Software has acquired flexible working platform My Locum Manager (MLM), adding it to its primary care division.

My Locum Manager was founded by GPs Dr Matthew Beddoe and Dr Surina Chibber who developed a comprehensive solution to helps communities of practices build relationships with GPs who want to work with flexibility. MLM was recently part of the national framework for the delivery of flexible pools which led to rapid growth in its customer base.

Agilio Software provides the dental, primary care and hospital sectors with technology solutions for automating operational management processes.

Agilio Primary Care’s managing director, David Taylor said: “MLM is a truly groundbreaking service and, together with our existing Agilio TeamNet software, offers a full workforce solution to help self-employed and permanent GPs and practices to manage their time and resources more efficiently. This acquisition is part of our plan to continue to invest in creating more powerful solutions for primary care so that practices can be supported in dealing with the enormous pressures in the sector.”

Chibber commented: “I am absolutely delighted to be part of Agilio Software and to come together to create a totally holistic solution for GPs and practices to fill vacancies easier without the attached expenses of an agency. Having been a self-employed practitioner for a number of years, I know the problems that can come from agency work and having a lack of access to what you need in the practices you work across. MLM has helped to solve those problems, and as we go forward under Agilio Primary Care, we hope to continue to make the life of the self-employed practitioner and practices as easy as possible.” 

Agilio Software’s chief operating officer Neil Laycock said: “Since creating Agilio Primary Care, our expert team has been working on strengthening our service by addressing the problems GPs and practices face on a daily basis – and the addition of MLM will be another touchpoint in our continued commitment to providing the best technology available to users.”

Agilio Software has offices in Newcastle upon Tyne, Sheffield, Brighton, and Devon.

Date published: May 10, 2022

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