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Accelerator Alumnus Quit Genius has announced that it’s raised $11 million in Series A funding. Quit Genius was part of the DigitalHealth.London Accelerator 2017/18 cohort and is a mobile app that uses Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) to change thought patterns around smoking – the psychological side to the addiction which can so often be neglected. […]
Dr Natalie Savage, Project Manager DigitalHealth.London Accelerator, reflects on the Intelligent Health UK 2020 summit earlier this month. The promise of artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare has long been anticipated. It has been argued by many that the NHS took a momentous step closer to realising that promise when, in August 2019, Health Secretary Matt Hancock […]
DigitalHealth.London SME Patchwork has raised £3 million in funding to accelerate their growth and foster partnerships with more NHS Trusts.
Back in 2015, Stephen Bourke's dad suggested that he should ask the NHS to invest in his company, Echo. He laughed at the notion and told him that they'd never get past the politics. But four years later, having run the fundraising gauntlet several times, this answer doesn’t seem good enough. The mission is too pressing, too important, says Stephen.
We are partnering with LSX to bring together 300+ leaders from the global digital health ecosystem, including government, technology experts, pharma and innovators, to create a forum to share ideas on how the sector can master the challenges that lie ahead. For a 20% discount on tickets, delegates can use the code DigitalHealth.London20
This month marks the launch of our Impact Report 2019 showcasing the successful programmes, activities and connections over the last year, and beyond.
Data shows the digital health sector was supported by $14.6bn of venture capital funding last year - we spoke to a digital health venture specialist about the opportunities and their new Call.
Following last year’s successful partnership with RYSE Asset Management LLP, we are collaborating again to support digital health companies to grow their business through access to funding.
AI and digital therapeutics feature in this piece, which gives an insight into DigitalHealth.London's Programme Director Yinka Makinde's life in one of the most exciting and fast-moving industries in the world: healthtech.
This workshop will provide an inside look at the Life Sciences startups' ecosystem, what investors are looking for and how to communicate your business effectively to them. Sessions will cover Intellectual Property, company valuation, communications and angel investment.