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How can innovators work with Charities? We’re joined by Jon Spiers from Autistica and Catherine Ferguson from Asthma UK, to find out:
In this podcast we're joined by Dr. Leon Douglas, Chief Information Technology Officer at Health Innovation Network & South London CLARHC, who explores the importance, relevance and some methods for planning transformation across NHS trusts, especially within the context of Local Digital Roadmaps.
The NHS is being asked to become increasingly innovative in how it uses its restricted resources both in terms of money and man power, against an ever growing demand on the system. One of the channels to innovation is through technology. Some NHS organisations seek out existing technologies in the market place, procure and implement. Whilst others prefer to build in-house, generating Intellectual Property.
Everyday millions of people get cash from machines that don't belong to their bank, and are using electronic banking to transact online. Why cant we do something similar in healthcare? We’re joined this morning by Mike Part, Chief Information and Technology Officer for NHS England London. Mike is leading the London Digital Programme, whose team are leading on the development of an information exchange for secure transfer of patient data across the capital.
Dr Maruthappu explains the myriad activities and programmes in place throughout the NHS, and importantly, he provides some insights on the best ways to access the resources that are available to support healthcare innovators.
Sharing a podcast from Digital Health Today: Microsoft isn’t known as a healthcare company, but when it comes to technology infrastructure – there is arguably no technology company with a greater presence across the health continuum than they do. Software pioneers Bill Gates and Paul Allen founded Microsoft in 1975, and the company has delivered powerhouse platforms that have revolutionised industries across a broad spectrum. Microsoft is empowering people and organisations to improve healthcare, and they are making an impact.
Dr Guy Gross joins us to share his view on simple ways companies can ensure they are ‘NHS ready’. We quiz Guy on the process that companies should follow to ensure they’re systematically hitting the ‘NHS readiness’ criteria; how innovators can realistically co-design a product with the NHS or get the input of NHS staff; and whether it is harder for digital solutions to sell into the NHS than more traditional products.
DigitalHealth.London gains insight from Shirlene Oh, Director of Commerce at Imperial College Health Partners. Here, Shirlene shares her thoughts on how SMEs and start-ups can co-design and refine their offerings to ensure they are meeting specific needs in NHS clinical pathways. Explaining how to demonstrate that a product responds to a need, Shirlene highlights some take away lessons for innovators.
DigitalHealth.London speaks to Dr Guy Gross in part one of our podcast series designed to give SMEs and start-ups an insight into the world of the NHS. Guy describes some of the complexities of trying to do business with the NHS, and reveals what is happening at a national level to support the introduction of digital solutions into the NHS.
For this podcast we’re joined by Julian Hitchcock, Intellectual Property and Regulatory Lawyer at Denoon Legal, whose particular focus on life science IP, regulation and extensive experience in UK and EU policy matters means he is particularly well placed to share guidance on the subject! IP, especially in healthcare innovation, has long been regarded as a particularly complex challenge for entrepreneurs. In this session, Julian lends his expertise to a discussion of IP, with advice and guidance for innovators on what to consider when seeking to ensure their IP protections are up to scratch.