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Ensuring the adoption and spread of innovation is a challenge in any health system, but anecdotal evidence suggests that the English NHS finds it particularly challenging. In this live online event, the King's Fund will discuss the findings from eight case studies that demonstrate the successful spread of innovation.
Digital Healthcare: Cutting Edge Innovation is the latest in a series of conferences, analysing the NHS’s progress in adopting the most up to date technologies, as it evolves towards complete digitisation.
Imperial College Health Partners partners with the World Innovation Summit for Health (WISH) to bring together a range of healthcare experts.
Looking to grow your digital health business? DH.L is providing screening and evaluation of promising early stage digital health businesses to address health and care needs across the NHS.
A lot of things can happen in 90 seconds. Follow these four steps to create a winning 90 second pitch.
Eight companies that have taken part in DigitalHealth.London's Accelerator programme have been recognised in the Journal of mHealth's Annual Global Digital Health 100 list. Babylon Health and Changing Health from the 2017-18 cohort are among those recognised for their exceptional potential to change the way that healthcare is delivered
As the year draws to a close, and we look ahead to 2018, James Somauroo and Sarah Shepherd give their expert reflections on the top trends in digital health we should be watching in 2018.
DigitalHealth.London's Accelerator 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. It offers a range of support, resources, and opportunities for start-ups and SMEs, including NHS navigation, business planning, pitch practice, training, matching with NHS providers, and networking.
"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.