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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.
Changing Health is transforming diabetes education for people with, or at risk of Type 2 diabetes. In September they were announced as one of the companies participating in the second cohort of DigitalHealth.London's Accelerator programme, strengthening its momentum to adoption across London and beyond. The company's unique combination of evidence based digital education and behaviour change coaching has resulted in its services being used by the BBC1 documentary, How To Stay Young, first aired on 13 September.
Anju Jaggi is a Consultant Physiotherapist at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, and is recognised as a Digital Pioneer for Leadership, having supported clinical research which directly impacts on patient care through support for postgraduate students, and the running of international conferences and involvement with industry in projects which bring innovation to clinicians.
Sarah is a Digital Pioneer for Leadership who has been working within the NHS for 25 years, and her role includes the assessment of deteriorating patients. Following a specific incident, she became passionate about reviewing the system in use, and set out to create a digital clinical communication tool for all members of the inpatient clinical care team. The aim was to aid prompt recognition of deteriorating children and escalation to the outreach teams.
Over the last 25 years, David Patterson has played key roles in forging clinical and academic links between the UCL Centre for Health Informatics and Multiprofessional Education (CHIME) and the Whittington. Here, DigitalHealth.London talk to him about how he and his team have developed, evaluated and clinically tested a series of educational, clinical, and technical components culminating in the creation of Helicon Health.
Combining a conference, trade show, and consumer fair, GIANT showcases leading technologies, accelerates innovation and commercial success in an uniquely inspirational and creative environment. Join us to collaborate and discover how Pharma, Life Sciences, Biotech, Healthcare Organisations and Digital industries are combining innovation to improve patient outcomes. The current healthcare model from diagnosis of diseases, […]
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is working with five DigitalHealth.London Accelerator companies from the 2016/17 cohort to improve service delivery and patient outcomes. Here, Lawrence Petalidis, Head of Innovation and Impact at CW+, explains how the projects support its digital health innovation and service improvement strategy.
The Organisation for the Review of Care and Health Applications (ORCHA) has surveyed understand citizens’ needs, motivations, and behaviours regarding digital health tools and services. The subsequent report is intended to serve inform an evidence base supporting plans for improved delivery and uptake, of existing and new digital health services.
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.