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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.
Tara Donnelly, the Chief Executive of the Health Innovation Network (HIN), features in the annual BioBeat top 50 for her commitment and leadership in spreading innovation across the NHS in south London. As CEO of one of the founding partners of DigitalHealth.London, Tara has helped innovative tech companies to spread their work across the NHS, saving money and improving patient care.
We are delighted to have been commissioned by RYSE Asset Management LLP to provide screening and evaluation of promising early stage digital health businesses. Using our extensive networks and market knowledge of the health and care sector, we will assess the feasibility of, and the clinical needs met by companies, with a view to introducing a small number of them to the firm.
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.
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.
Alexander is recognised as a Digital Pioneer for his collaborative research at the Institute of Neurology, University College London, which has led to the development of two online therapies used by stroke patients with visual deficits. Read-Right treats patients with hemianopic alexia (the most common acquired reading disorder); and Eye-Search treats those with spatial disorientation and visual search impairment. Find out more about his patient-friendly digital resources.
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.
Now Healthcare Group (NHG), a DigitalHealth.London Accelerator SME, is delighted to announce that its Now GP app has become the first UK telehealth (mHealth) app offering GP app-based video calls with clinicians to pass its Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection.
Anshumen Bhagat is the Founder and Chief Medical Officer at GPDQ, the team behind the UK’s first on-demand app for GP visits, and a 2016 Digital Pioneer for Innovation.
On 15 June 2017, DigitalHealth.London, in partnership with Healthy London Partnership, NHS England and ECHAlliance, were pleased to welcome primary care stakeholders and industry working with online consultation technologies, to an event to support primary care practices across London to progress with wider implementation of online consultation technologies. Through a combination of presentations from clinicians, tabletop […]