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DigitalHealth.London's Accelerator is the first project of its kind. It works with digital health startups and SMEs to speed up adoption of technology in London’s NHS, relieving high pressure on services and empowering patients to manage their health. The Accelerator offers a range of support, resources, and opportunities for start-ups and SMEs, including NHS navigation support, business planning, pitch practice, information-sharing and training, connections and matching with NHS providers, and networking events.
What are the challenges facing UK healthcare in 2017, and how can entrepreneurs and start-ups can bring new solutions to them? With the support of the DigitalHealth.London Accelerator, MSD and Wayra are hosting an event with keynote from Jonathon Gray, CEO of South West AHSN, visiting fellow of the Kings Fund and Green Templeton College, Oxford, and a global ambassador for Hillary Institute for Leadership. Clinical Director of DigitalHealth.London Accelerator company Babylon Health, Dr Umang Patel, will also share his experience of scaling a start-up within the NHS; followed by a panel discussion focusing on how startups might help solve some of the NHS’ challenges.
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.
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
Register to attend our masterclass for SMEs considering applying to join the 2018-19 cohort of the DH.L accelerator; applications for which open in early 2018. The session will provide detailed guidance on the application process, including the criteria, questions, and top tips to avoid some of the most common pitfalls when applying.
Digital technologies - from smartphone apps that help people successfully manage their diabetes, avoid "no shows" at hospitals, to tools that save time for nurses and paramedics - are beginning to transform London’s NHS services.
Technologies including video-game rehabilitation, wearables for patients with chronic disease, and a ‘USB port’ for amputees, are among those selected for the second cohort of DigitalHealth.London’s Accelerator. Read more and meet the companies.
UK businesses can apply for a share of £8.5 million to fund feasibility studies in infrastructure systems or health and life sciences.
Accelerator company Inhealthcare has developed a pioneering mobile health app to bring a new level of sophistication to the home monitoring of long-term conditions by the NHS. The app, called My Inhealthcare, partners a Bluetooth-enabled self-testing device for NHS patients launched by Roche Diagnostics Ltd, the Swiss-based global healthcare company. Roche’s new INRange device allows health […]
We are pleased to read about Accelerator company OurPath in the latest online edition of This Is Money. A health technology start-up designed to help people live more active lives and prevent or lessen symptoms of type 2 diabetes, has raised £500,000 and been commissioned by the NHS. OurPath is the first digital behavioural change […]