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Waterloo Health and DigitalHealth.London Accelerator company SmartMed are collaborating to run a digital health pilot scheme to improve the health and wellbeing of patients suffering with Type 2 Diabetes. The innovative, award winning SmartMed service helps reduces the number of clinic visits, making care more responsive to and reducing costs.
Video of CEO Sarah Haywood highlighting the urgency for guidance on evidence generation.
There are many contributing factors driving the quality of health outcomes. But one emerging question that is gaining traction and profile is, can digital therapeutics play a role in improving health outcomes, and what is the evidence to suggest they can?
We want to help thousands of Londoners benefit from latest technologies to improve their health; and supporting high potential companies to grow faster is vital to this mission. We can help you with business and product development, introductions and opportunities to showcase your innovation to senior NHS decision makers and influencers, and access to business, clinical, and topical specialists to help give you the best chance of success in the NHS.
As a preview to the DigitalHealth.London/Collaborate 2018 Summit: Digital Therapeutics in the NHS (London, UK; April 24, 2018), the authors outline how the UK could become a leader in the emerging digital therapeutics industry by creating the world’s first turnkey digital therapeutics research platform.
Ahead of the Digital Therapeutics in the NHS Summit (London, UK; April 24, 2018), this article examines the need for evidence of the value of digital therapeutics within the NHS.
Nearly three years ago - with our collaborative partners - including the heads of London's Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs), we identified three areas that needed to be at the heart of DigitalHealth.London’s work: evidence, evidence, evidence.
Ensuring the adoption and spread of innovation is a challenge in any health and care system, but anecdotal evidence suggests that the English system finds it particularly challenging. This one-day King's Fund conference will showcase a number of different case studies that demonstrate the transformative power of simple, low cost innovations in improving health and care services and the dramatic difference these can make to people’s lives.
By speeding up access to the latest digital technologies, the Accelerator ensures that thousands of Londoners benefit from latest technologies to improve their health, and that high potential companies grow faster, supporting economic growth in London’s vital healthtech sector. Applications close on 13 April at 23:59.
From today, SMEs across four UK regions can compete to join innovative regional digital health accelerators, launched for the first time outside of London to help develop and deploy digital solutions to some of the most pressing challenges facing the NHS.