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CECOPS CIC is running a series of unique Digital Health Masterclasses, where the focus is around assessing and accelerating Organisational Readiness. There are high level speakers from the Innovation Network, NHS England, NHS Clinical Commissioners, NHS Horizons, The Kings Fund, to name a few. The Masterclass will be chaired by Professor Mike Bewick, who is a […]
Yinka Makinde, Programme Director of DigitalHealth.London, is featured in the latest issue of Open Access Government, explaining how digital solutions are having an impact on the self management of Type 2 diabetes.
Matthew Grek on why we should worry less on how we got here and focus more on where we are going. Many of us believe that digital innovations have the ability to transform health and care. And yet, the NHS continues to be perceived as driving the wrong way down the information superhighway.
DigitalHealth.London Accelerator company Aparito has launched Atom 5, Helium edition, an updated version of its core app that supports rare diseases. The update provides additional features, including options to remind patients to record medication, events, Patient Reported Outcomes and visits on a daily basis. This allows it to deliver meaningful, relevant, and real-time data between patients and clinicians to support and enhance diagnosis, treatment and drug development.
Don’t miss the opportunity to attend the IQVIA Real-World Evidence Summit 2018, taking place at the BMA House, London WC1H 9JP, on Thursday 21st June, from 10:00 am to 18:00 pm. Digital Health: Transforming Patient Care, Clinical Research and HTA Join IQVIA on June 21st for an open dialogue on how digital health can impact […]
Part of King's Health Partners' annual conference, this workshop will provide an overview of the latest developments in digital health. Attendees will have the chance to explore the challenges and opportunities in uptake and scale of digital innovations in the UK health system, and to contribute their own ideas and experiences of supporting implementation.
New partnerships will be introduced giving health and care staff better and faster access to vital information. At the moment, in many local areas GPs and other care professionals are often not able to access crucial patient information quickly if it is held in another part of the health service sometimes having to rely on post or fax instead. Dr Simon Eccles, chief clinical information officer for Health and Care, said: “The public already assume their GP Practice and hospital can see their records, now in the NHS’s 70th year through Local Health and Care Records we will start to make this possible.”
Delegates at DHL/Collaborate 2018, talk about the summit and digital therapeutics.
A pharmacy app taking part in DigitalHealth.London's accelerator programme has announced it is the first service in the UK to allow patients to choose any high street pharmacy to collect their prescription. DIMEC works by linking a patient’s phone directly to their NHS GP and pharmacy and letting them choose where to collect medicines from at the touch of a button.