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Listen to innovators and leaders in healthcare provision on the latest developments and challenges affecting healthcare services. Hear from technologists who are shaping the market and focused on patient centric care.
Learn first-hand from experts about digital health opportunities and how to navigate the NHS and meet with international partners in the UK. Digital health suppliers will also be presenting their experiences, challenges and success stories from working with the NHS and in the UK healthcare market.
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.
With a huge amount going on in the digital health space this month, Yinka Makinde, Programme Director for DigitalHealth.London recaps on recent events in the digital health "ecosystem", her study tour to Denmark, and her three key concerns in the approaching months.
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 […]
This month, we launched the next 30 companies into cohort two of our Accelerator programme. James Somauroo, Accelerator Programme Director explains why he is proud of so many of its achievements in cohort one, and why he is excited to be taking the learning forward into the next year.
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.
Earlier this month, DigitalHealth.London, alongside thousands of delegates representing hundreds of companies, clinicians, and policy makers – attended the NHS Health and Care Innovation Expo 2017 in Manchester. Our programme Director, Yinka Makinde, reflects on her major learning points from the event.