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"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.
Thank you to all of you that registered and came to this months’ 5x5x5 event which was themed: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE. The event was an absolute success with our biggest turnout to date, which is a great end to the year. We’re also happy to announce the winner of the 5x5x5 event this month: Congrats, Peter Klesken […]
Digital and technology were key themes in the Autumn Budget statement, writes Sarah Shepherd, Policy Lead at DigitalHealth.London. The statement looked beyond Brexit and borrowing to Britain’s leading role in a global “technological revolution”. Meanwhile, commitments to allocate more funding to the NHS will be welcomed, but will not satisfy the demands of an organisation facing exceptional pressure.
Applications to pitch at November's 5x5x5 artificial intelligence event have now closed. Lysa, Birdie, 11Derma, Lacuna Health, and Megalist will pitch on 22 November. We aim to connect pitchers and the audience with real-world perspectives on whether proposed solutions hit the right notes. If you would like to join as a member of the audience, and take part in the drinks and networking afterwards, it's not too late to sign up.
SEHTA and the Mayor of London, in conjunction with MedCity are pleased to celebrate excellence by organising the first London MedTech Healthcare Business Awards, which will take place at the 2018 London MedTech Conference on 19th March 2018in the prestigious London’s Living Room at City Hall in London, with the awards presented by Rajesh Agrawal, Deputy Mayor of London for Business.
Following the success of last year’s search to find leaders and innovators working within NHS organisations in the London regions, driving digital transformation within their organisations, DigitalHealth.London is pleased to announce its fresh commitment to supporting our NHS partners in 2018 as part of its new NHS Digital Pioneer Fellowship.
With just 16 days to go before the next 5x5x5 event where the theme will be Artificial Intelligence (AI), please take a read of Dr Axel Heitmueller, (ICHP Managing Director’s) insights on the current status of AI in Healthcare following the 2017 Medical Innovation Summit. Click here to read the blog.