Digital innovations are transforming health and care
DigitalHealth.London supports the pioneering of digital innovations by the NHS. We speed up the development and scaling of digital products across the health and care sector in London. Our programmes bring together providers, experts and innovators to collaborate and solve some of the biggest challenges facing our NHS.
Watch back to the event presentations and pitches from 10 SMEs selected to pitch their products and services at the event.
This month, digital innovations have continued to bring practical solutions and vital resources to the country’s healthcare services as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.
Every week, we put a spotlight on one of the DigitalHealth.London Accelerator or Launchpad companies. Here’s a roundup of this month’s featured SMEs:
Katerina Spranger, CEO and founder of Accelerator SME of the Week Oxford Heartbeat, shares the company’s experience of acquiring CE marking for medical device software and advice for others hoping to do the same.
DigitalHealth.London’s flagship Accelerator programme works with up to 20 companies each year, supporting them to develop and deploy solutions to some of the NHS’s most pressing challenges.
Joachim Werr, CEO, Heath Navigator, DigitalHealth.London Accelerator 2018/19
“The most valuable thing for us has been the connections made with executives and decision makers within NHS organisations, and with central NHS policy makers, for example in NHS England, and NHS improvement. Our NHS Navigator, combined with the expertise within the Accelerator’s network have helped us reach the people that can make change happen in the NHS.“
Nader Alaghband, CEO Ampersand Health, DigitalHealth.London Accelerator 2019/20
“The DigitalHealth.London Accelerator programme has supported us in engaging with experts in the field and in refining our product to meet the needs of healthcare systems.”
Arden Tomison, CEO Thalamos, DigitalHealth.London Launchpad
“Being part of the DigitalHealth.London Launchpad programme has helped us enormously and the education, contacts and growth opportunities the programme has provided us with have been pivotal to us reaching this stage.“
Arshad Takun, NHS Digital Pioneer Fellowship 2019/20
“The Fellowship programme supported me personally and professionally, giving me more clarity in terms of my career growth. At the start of the programme I was a Project Officer and became a Project Manager.”
Neil Daly, CEO, Skin Analytics, RYSE Early Stage Opportunity Fund recipient
“Working with RYSE and DigitalHealth.London has given us great access to leading NHS initiatives and those behind them, as well as the financial support needed to get our technology to the point it will positively impact patients and the healthcare service.”