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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.
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.
Digital healthcare is a critical area of today’s healthcare ecosystem, but with all the buzz about it, how are companies on the forefront of innovation actually becoming “digital”? The conference will focus on the practice of digital healthcare, and how global healthcare companies have successfully become digital leaders.
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.
Digital and technology were key themes in the Autumn Budget statement, writes Sarah Shepherd, Policy Lead at DigitalHealth.London. The statement looked beyond Brexit and borrowing to Britain’s leading role in a global “technological revolution”. Meanwhile, commitments to allocate more funding to the NHS will be welcomed, but will not satisfy the demands of an organisation facing exceptional pressure.
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.
Accelerator company Inhealthcare is supplying a tried-and-tested technology for patients with long-time heart conditions to monitor themselves at home and reduce their chances of having a stroke. The service being delivered by staff from The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust is now available to 200 patients with atrial fibrillation who have been prescribed warfarin to prevent blood clotting.
Procurement is a difficult area for many small companies to navigate, with a sometimes exasperating lack of clarity on where to focus efforts when seeking purchasers. Following our first masterclass on procurement, with specialists from the Department of Health, we offer a free resource pack and podcast, explaining the Department Procurement Transformation Programme and key things innovators should be aware of.
The European Commission is seeking Industry partners from across 5 European countries, to join a pre-commercial-procurement project to develop the next generation of acute care monitoring systems, including: Analytics AI Remote monitoring Companies are invited to join a consortia of partners offering hardware, design, software, to develop technology targeting high risk patients in hospital and […]