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New partnerships will be introduced giving health and care staff better and faster access to vital information. At the moment, in many local areas GPs and other care professionals are often not able to access crucial patient information quickly if it is held in another part of the health service sometimes having to rely on post or fax instead. Dr Simon Eccles, chief clinical information officer for Health and Care, said: “The public already assume their GP Practice and hospital can see their records, now in the NHS’s 70th year through Local Health and Care Records we will start to make this possible.”
A pharmacy app taking part in DigitalHealth.London's accelerator programme has announced it is the first service in the UK to allow patients to choose any high street pharmacy to collect their prescription. DIMEC works by linking a patient’s phone directly to their NHS GP and pharmacy and letting them choose where to collect medicines from at the touch of a button.
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"We are what we eat... but perhaps we don’t realise it," says John Grumitt in this blog post published as part of Diabetes Prevention week. John explores how can technology and personalised support can help reach those most at risk of diabetes and begin prevention before it’s too late.
We want to help thousands of Londoners benefit from latest technologies to improve their health; and supporting high potential companies to grow faster is vital to this mission. We can help you with business and product development, introductions and opportunities to showcase your innovation to senior NHS decision makers and influencers, and access to business, clinical, and topical specialists to help give you the best chance of success in the NHS.
After closing an investment round earlier this month, Accelerator company Innerstrength Health have announced that they have won a prestigious Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI)/NHS England contract to develop Hacka Health, a solution which promotes independence and helps young people manage their often burdensome daily routines of treatments.
SuperCarers, Europe’s leading online care platform, and one of the companies on DigitalHealth.London's Accelerator programme, has announced the close of a £3.8 million investment round, led by Mobeus Equity Partners with participation from existing investors and Seneca Partners. This new funding will enable the business to invest in growth, fulfilling its ambition to facilitate over 100,000 hours of care per month within the next 18 months and support clients across the country.
By speeding up access to the latest digital technologies, the Accelerator ensures that thousands of Londoners benefit from latest technologies to improve their health, and that high potential companies grow faster, supporting economic growth in London’s vital healthtech sector. Applications close on 13 April at 23:59.
From today, SMEs across four UK regions can compete to join innovative regional digital health accelerators, launched for the first time outside of London to help develop and deploy digital solutions to some of the most pressing challenges facing the NHS.
This event is aimed at companies who are considering applying to take part in DigitalHealth.London’s Accelerator programme for 2018-19, applications for which will open on 26 February. Led by the Accelerator programme team, sessions will cover the key things companies need to know about the Accelerator, including a detailed session on the application criteria and questions. There will be opportunities to ask questions of the Accelerator Programme Directors and team, and networking time.