10 Accelerator SMEs feature in 100 HealthTech Pioneers ranking
BusinessCloud has announced their 100 HealthTech Pioneers ranking for 2020 and 10 DigitalHealth.London Accelerator SMEs and alumni have made the list.
BusinessCloud’s 100 HealthTech Pioneers ranking is decided by a judging panel of experts and a public vote. The companies who made the list are impacting a variety of sectors such as surgery, mental health, remote care and medication.
The DigitalHealth.London Accelerator companies and alumni to make this list include:
Dr Julian – Ranked at number 2 on the list Dr Julian is an innovative healthcare platform that increases accessibility to mental healthcare. Dr Julian has been offering free training sessions to mental health therapists to help them transition to working online during the COVID-19 crisis.
AccuRx – AccuRx, who is ranked number 5, provides a communications solution for primary care, allowing practices to communicate with their patients, collaborate as a team, and coordinate care with other organisations. AccuRx launched two new tools for GP practices in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Andiamo – At number 8, Andiamo use their AI platform Avanti to enable healthcare organisations to deliver precise 3D printed medical wearables.
Patchwork – Part of the current Accelerator cohort and ranked at number 15, Patchwork helps to reduce the reliance on recruitment agencies and save the NHS money by connecting organisations to a growing number of flexible bank workers. Patchwork recently raised £3 million in funding to accelerate their growth and foster partnerships with more NHS Trusts.
Vine Health – Also on the current cohort of the Accelerator programme, Vinehealth uses a combination of behavioural science and AI to increase the quality of life and survival of cancer patients. Vinehealth was one of 18 winners of the TechForce 19 challenge earlier this year.
Babylon – At number 47, babylon health improves patient access and manages demand through world-leading, artificially -intelligent advice, monitoring and on-demand video consultations.
Birdie – Birdie is on the current cohort of the Accelerator programme and is ranked at number 48. Birdie uses digital products, home connected devices, and machine learning to help the care community deliver better, preventative care, so that patients can live at home for longer, feeling healthier and happier. Birdie was another of the TechForce 19 challenge winners and is supporting carers during COVID-19 in a number of ways.
Push Doctor – At number 58, current cohort SME Push Doctor is an online consultation platform for use in GP surgeries. It allows patients more choice in how and when they can see an NHS GP. Push Doctor is supporting primary care during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cera Care – Accelerator alumni Cera Care came in at number 76 and is an online platform improving home care by connecting elders and carers. It enables online care plans, patient tracking and predicts patients needs.
Perfect Ward – At number 77, Perfect Ward is an intuitive app for smart health care inspections. Makes inspecting easy with live, automated reporting.
See the full list here.