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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.
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.
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.
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.
The Whole Systems Integrated Care dashboard programme (WSIC) is an innovative tool from the North West London Collaboration of Clinical Commissioning. It has been designed to improve data sharing and interoperability. The programme will generate a suite of tools to improve direct care for patients, including a Health and Social Care Integrated patient record. All health […]
A ground-breaking new study by academics from Newcastle University has proven Type 2 Diabetes is reversible in just 12 weeks, as demonstrated by DH.L's Accelerator company Changing Health on the BBC1 documentary "How to Stay Young."
“There were 165,000 health and care apps on the market at the last count, and that was some time ago, so it is probably more like 300,000 now,” says Tara Donnelly in an interview about DigitalHealth.London. “That’s far too many for anybody to keep on top of. So, we are there to help people find the good stuff.” Read as Tara reveals our “secret sauce” for helping companies to understand the NHS.
The Medtech Accelerator "Health Hack" on rehabilitation from injury and illness is inviting problem owners and support actors to sign up to take part in its next session on 19 October. The event is part of a programme of participation events organised by the Eastern Academic Health Science Network and Health Enterprise East. Learn more and sign up here.
5 companies will be given the unique opportunity to pitch their idea for 5 minutes to an audience of NHS colleagues, innovators, potential industry partners, and investors, who will give 5 minutes of feedback. We aim to connect pitchers and the audience with real-world perspectives on whether proposed solutions hit the right notes.
Hannah Harvey, creator of "Ask The Midwife" app, won September's 5x5x5 pitch audience over with a clear and thought-through innovation aiming to reduce pressure on emergency and maternity services through 24 hour access to trained midwives at the touch of a button. Learn about the other innovations presented, and sign up to our next event.