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The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) invites you to apply for a place at this roadshow specifically tailored for medtech SMEs to find out more about: the NIHR; opportunities for funding through its programmes; and support in clinical trials, research, and network building.
Amazing news from DigitalHealth.London Accelerator company Echo, which has announced it has raised £7m in venture capital financing, led by White Star Capital. The funds will be used to expand the use of the app, which helps people to manage their medication and order repeat prescriptions for delivery.
The majority of companies we speak to have not considered the varied types of evidence needed to pass the litmus test of ‘acceptability.' Neelam Patel, Chief Operating Officer at MedCity, discusses the importance of reliable evidence in the digital health technology landscape.
NHS providers in London have revealed the extent to which smartphones, the Internet and Bluetooth are improving patient care and look set to save the capital’s NHS millions each year. The ‘Digital Leadership in London’s NHS’ report reveals that within eight months of cohort start, the 31 start-ups and digital companies backed by DigitalHealth.London have achieved strong uptake across the capital.
DigitalHealth.London, MedCity, and NIHR NOCRI have developed a Digital Health Evidence Map to support early-stage and late-stage digital health SMEs generate evidence to support adoption into the NHS. It maps the organisations available to help SMEs provide infrastructure to trial their technology and where to go to get more information.
Dr Michelle Eskinazi works on the ARIES project at Camden and Islington NHS Trust, which has developed smartphone app ‘My Journey 3’ to support recovery in psychosis. My Journey 3 is designed to help people build confidence, learn skills to help take back control, and reduce the chance of experiencing psychosis again.
On September 7th we said farewell to our first cohort of SMEs and welcomed in the 2017/18 cohort. Here's a snapshot of our official celebration of the first year and launch of the second cohort
News, events, and opportunities from September 2017.
Register to attend our masterclass for SMEs considering applying to join the 2018-19 cohort of the DH.L accelerator; applications for which open in early 2018. The session will provide detailed guidance on the application process, including the criteria, questions, and top tips to avoid some of the most common pitfalls when applying.
The Whole Systems Integrated Care dashboard programme (WSIC) is an innovative tool from the North West London Collaboration of Clinical Commissioning. It has been designed to improve data sharing and interoperability. The programme will generate a suite of tools to improve direct care for patients, including a Health and Social Care Integrated patient record. All health […]