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DigitalHealth.London Accelerator company Aparito has launched Atom 5, Helium edition, an updated version of its core app that supports rare diseases. The update provides additional features, including options to remind patients to record medication, events, Patient Reported Outcomes and visits on a daily basis. This allows it to deliver meaningful, relevant, and real-time data between patients and clinicians to support and enhance diagnosis, treatment and drug development.
Don’t miss the opportunity to attend the IQVIA Real-World Evidence Summit 2018, taking place at the BMA House, London WC1H 9JP, on Thursday 21st June, from 10:00 am to 18:00 pm. Digital Health: Transforming Patient Care, Clinical Research and HTA Join IQVIA on June 21st for an open dialogue on how digital health can impact […]
TEDxNHS aims to bring together ordinary people who choose to do extraordinary things, and in doing so, become part of something greater than themselves. In the year that the NHS celebrates its 70th birthday, the 2018 theme is ‘Shaping Our Legacy’. We’re recalling revolutionary beginnings, reconciling present imperfections, and rising to a future of infinite possibilities.
Everybody is, by now, aware of the changes to data protection regulations coming into force on 25 May. They have been met with mixed responses so far; implementing sound privacy protections weights on costs without adding value, some protest. Here, Changing Health, one of the companies on the DigitalHealth.London Accelerator, explains what the changing rules could mean for digital health companies.
Thank you to all of you that registered and came to this month’s 5x5x5 event which was themed ‘Ageing’. The event saw a good turnout and was a great success, with three Dragons contributing to the discussion around Ageing & Assisted Living. We’re happy to announce the winner of the 5x5x5 event this month: Congratulations to […]
Working with Health Education England, one of our partners, the Health Innovation Network (HIN), has created South London Small Grants to help speed up innovations that have the potential to improve care. Sometimes, a Small Grant can make all the difference when it comes to getting a fantastic idea off the ground. If you are based within a health and care organisation in south London and need financial support for your innovation, a Small Grant might be for you.
Tens of thousands of people with Type 2 diabetes may soon be able to access digital structured education programmes to better manage their condition, thanks to a £3.5 million funding boost from NHS England (NHSE). NHSE is to announce that 25% of the diabetes education Transformation Fund can now be used for digital tools.
A big thank you to everyone who attended and contributed to the recent annual DigitalHealth.London/Collaborate Summit, which this year we hosted in collaboration with NHS England and IQVIA.