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Living With, a company on the DigitalHealth.London Accelerator, has announced the launch of a new digital product to help improve care for patients with rheumatoid arthritis. Using the product, clinicians can monitor patients’ disease activity quickly and easily. Patients track and self-manage their condition using an app and work in partnership with their clinical team to make informed, personalised decisions about their care.
Helen Parrott, Associate Director of Rehabilitation and Therapies at the Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Trust, is one of the NHS Digital Pioneer Fellows in 2018. In this film Helen talks about her hopes for the programme.
MedCity and the Northern Health Science Alliance are heading to Korea and Japan this October, including the annual biotech partnering conference, BioJapan, and are inviting UK life sciences companies and scientific academics to join the mission.
Nine new films about digital health innovations in the NHS will be launched as part of #NHS70DigitalWeek. The films show some of the latest ways the NHS is using digital technology to empower people to take control of their health and care. They feature a range of apps and technology that are being used in parts of the NHS to help people manage conditions in more flexible ways using digital tools and services. See the first one here.
SBRI Healthcare is inviting companies to bid for funding to develop solutions for specific health needs. The focus areas are Improving Outcomes in Musculoskeletal Disorders and Dentistry, Oral health and Oral Cancers.
Yinka Makinde, Programme Director of DigitalHealth.London, is featured in the latest issue of Open Access Government, explaining how digital solutions are having an impact on the self management of Type 2 diabetes. Showcasing the evaluation conducted by Imperial College Health Partners on accelerator companies Changing Health, Oviva and OurPath.
Matthew Grek on why we should worry less on how we got here and focus more on where we are going. Many of us believe that digital innovations have the ability to transform health and care. And yet, the NHS continues to be perceived as driving the wrong way down the information superhighway.