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Wellcome Innovator Awards support researchers who are transforming great ideas into digital healthcare innovations that could have a significant impact on human health.
The online portal, DrDoctor, is set to save the NHS tens of millions of pounds by slashing the number of missed appointments as well as making it easier and more convenient for patients to make and manage bookings. Patients can also fill in medical forms before they arrive using the system and receive appointment letters digitally.
Led by DigitalHealth.London Accelerator alumnus Cambridge Bio-Augmentation Systems (CBAS), Innovate UK has awarded a £865,000 Digital Health Technology Catalyst grant to a consortium of partners to develop an advanced artificial intelligence (AI) platform that analyses physical movements of patients. Partners include Andiamo (another alumnus), which makes user-centred children’s orthotics.
Get all the latest news, information on events, and other relevant opportunities (such as accelerator, fellowship, funding calls, pitch events) in the September issue of the DigitalHealth.London newsletter.
PwC and Digital Health.London join forces again for their next edition of Scale | Health. Based in London, this 10-week programme focuses on creating commercial opportunities, providing industry and commercial insight through expert led masterclasses as well as bespoke company support.
The NHS Digital Academy is a virtual organisation set up to support and help develop the digital leaders who can drive the information and technology transformation of the NHS.
Toral Thomas, Chief Clinical Information Officer, Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust, attended the Channel shift to digital outpatients workshop in Birmingham on 24 September, 2018. The event, one of four national outpatients events, was organised and hosted by the academic health science networks (AHSNs), on behalf of NHS Improvement.
Digital self-monitoring has the potential to raise health awareness, guide people to make more informed decisions and enable new care models to emerge in the NHS.
CLIMB-CF is a study, funded by the CF Trust and run from Imperial College London, exploring whether it is possible to monitor children and young people with Cystic Fibrosis (CF) at home using an app and some Bluetooth equipment.
Working closely with one of our Accelerator “NHS Navigators” – an NHS expert that scouts for solutions – Chelsea and Westminster Hospital was introduced to MIRA Rehab. MIRA Rehab provides an innovative digital system is designed to make physiotherapy fun and convenient for patients recovering from surgery or injury, by transforming physical therapy exercises into video-games. It was chosen to work in children’s wards in the hospital to increase the motivation, compliance, and understanding of physiotherapy exercises for children in the ward environment.