We support the NHS to find digital solutions to solve problems relating to the delivery of care; and build the capability of health and care staff to support and lead digital health enabled transformation in the NHS.
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Emma Selby is a Clinical Nurse Specialist at the North East London Foundation Trust. She is recognised as a digital pioneer for her work in creating the My Mind app, which is designed to improve access to resources and communication for children and young people accessing mental health services. Users can create profiles and link […]
Anna is recognised as a digital pioneer for her project on guided online self help for depression and cancer in adolescents (GOSH CAN), which is based on cognitive behavioural therapy. It supports young cancer patients who are experiencing mild to low mood.
For the first time, NHS providers in London have revealed the extent to which smartphones, the Internet and Bluetooth are improving patient care and look set to save the capital’s NHS millions each year. The ‘Digital Leadership in London’s NHS’ report reveals that within eight months of cohort start, the 31 start-ups and digital companies backed by DigitalHealth.London have achieved strong uptake across the capital.
DigitalHealth.London, MedCity, and NIHR NOCRI have developed a Digital Health Evidence Map to support early-stage and late-stage digital health SMEs generate evidence to support adoption into the NHS. It maps the organisations available to help SMEs provide infrastructure to trial their technology and where to go to get more information.
Dr Michelle Eskinazi works on the ARIES project at Camden and Islington NHS Trust, which has developed smartphone app ‘My Journey 3’ to support recovery in psychosis. My Journey 3 is designed to help people build confidence, learn skills to help take back control, and reduce the chance of experiencing psychosis again.
On September 7th we said farewell to our first cohort of SMEs and welcomed in the 2017/18 cohort. Here's a snapshot of our official celebration of the first year and launch of the second cohort
Inhealthcare, the UK digital health specialist, is supplying the tried-and-tested technology for patients with long-time heart conditions to monitor themselves at home and reduce their chances of having a stroke. The service being delivered by staff from The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust is now available to 200 patients with atrial fibrillation in North Manchester who are prescribed the drug warfarin to prevent blood clotting.
DigitalHealth.London invites diabetes SMEs and startups, other industry partners, NHS providers and NHS commissioners to join our second Masterclass. The London Health and Care Information Exchange (LHCIE) are managing the largest interoperability programme in London, connecting up health and care providers in London, allowing information to flow across the system seamlessly. The programme has significant potential to […]
7th November: The agenda will include presentations from MHRA, CQC, NHS Digital and the Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch, all focused on supporting digital health innovators to avoid pitfalls surrounding patient safety and maximise their impact on positive patient outcomes.
We are taking pre-registrations for a Masterclass on ‘getting accelerator ready’, scheduled for the 23 November 2017. The session will be designed for SMEs considering an application to the DigitalHealth.London Accelerator, and taking potential applicants through the core application questions, will focus on common pitfalls companies make when making applications to the programme. More details […]