We build the capability of innovators to navigate the NHS and innovation pathway, in order to gain market access; and we build London’s digital health ecosystem to speed up the adoption and commission of digital innovations.
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The Mayor of London’s TechInvest Programme is an event series supported by the Mayor of London, in partnership with UK Business Angels Association. The four-year London-based series will showcase the capital as a global hub for tech innovation by inviting London’s tech entrepreneurs to pitch their ground-breaking tech businesses to industry leading investors; increasing their potential to access investment to support their journey to high growth and global success.
The King’s Health Fund are looking for projects to showcase at next year’s Digital health and care congress. To be accepted, your submission must focus on digital health and care in practice. The deadline for submissions is Friday 15 December and those accepted will receive a free speaker place for both days of the conference. This two-day congress provides an established […]
Accelerator company Changing Health, the digital education and support service for people with Type 2 diabetes, welcomes new research from Diabetes UK’s DiRECT programme announced today. The research suggests that the company has made a breakthrough in understanding how to put Type 2 diabetes into remission.
DigitalHealth.London's Accelerator works with digital health startups and SMEs to speed up adoption of technology in London’s NHS, relieving high pressure on services and empowering patients to manage their health. It offers a range of support, resources, and opportunities for start-ups and SMEs, including NHS navigation, business planning, pitch practice, training, matching with NHS providers, and networking.
"Digital Health is a white hot topic across the UK, with many stakeholders both inside and outside of the NHS speaking to the potential benefits. Patient experience may be improved, efficiencies may be gained," writes Brian Clancy co-author of The Growing Value of Digital Health in the United Kingdom and Senior Product Manager, AppScript Analytics, IQVIA Inc. But what is the quantitative value of Digital Health? Do apps and connected devices really improve patient outcomes? Will Digital Health create cost savings that the NHS can count on?
We have been tremendously busy over the last three days at the GIANT Health event. It has been a marathon ride of hosting 49 expert speakers, and delivering knowledge and insights to a mixed audience of innovators, investors and clinicians, with an appetite to learn how to navigate the NHS.
As part of the Digital Leadership in Healthcare Masterclass Series 2017/2018, the London Leadership Academy is running in partnership with DigitalHealth.London its Digital Health Masterclass Series 2017/18 focused on ‘Digital Leadership in Healthcare’. Following the success of our Open Masterclass ‘The Internet of Things in focus’ on the 29 June, we are pleased to announce […]
The time for talking about the potential of genomic medicine is past. As England’s Chief Medical Officer (CMO), Dame Sally Davies, writes in her report, Generation Genome, “Genomics is not tomorrow. It’s here today.” Joanne Hackett, Genomics England Chief Commercial Officer, writes for DigitalHealth.London.
As digital technology increasingly offers exciting opportunities to enhance and transform the way patients are cared for, a number of NHS Trusts across the North East have made a formal agreement to collaborate on digital health services for the benefit of their patients. Exciting news from former DigitalHealth.London Accelerator company Inhealthcare, whose platform has been deployed across the North East of England. We offer our huge congratulations to the company. Read the full release here.
Accelerator company Changing Health, the service transforming digital education and support for people with Type 2 diabetes, is now available for almost a quarter of a million people with diabetes to rapidly improve their health outcomes. A new partnership between Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust and Changing Health means the service is now operating in 16 NHS organisations across the UK, together covering 8% of the Type 2 diabetes population - a total 241,675 people.