With a growing demand for Chest X-ray and CT imaging arising from COVID-19 workloads, the NHS has looked towards technologies that allow for scalable access to clinical-grade imaging. During the crisis, clinicians want to be able to access information on the go, from their own devices, rather than being further exposed to the virus. Bleepa is a secure instant messaging system that facilitates the sharing of clinical-grade medical images between personal devices. It was deployed by a leading NHS Trust within two weeks from initial discussion to implementation. New features were developed at pace by the team, to group transfer and the ability to designate patients to ventilation status. These features enable Coronavirus cases to be tracked as they move through the clinical pathways and more easily enable the team to team referral. The outcome: A number of frontline clinicians within an Acute Medical Team have now been enrolled on Bleepa across multiple clinical areas. Bleepa will also facilitate a clinical research trial that will seek to assess the recovery pathway of different patient groups from COVID-19.