14 digital health companies join the DigitalHealth.London Launchpad programme
Today, DigitalHealth.London is proud to announce the 14 digital health companies selected for the fifth cohort of the Launchpad programme. All companies are at an early stage of developing a product or service that has high potential to meet the current challenges facing the NHS and social care today.
Following a rigorous selection process, the chosen companies will work closely with DigitalHealth.London over an eight-week period. They will gain access to workshops, bespoke 1:1 guidance from DigitalHealth.London consultants and advice from key founding and strategic partners, to help them understand demand and bring their product or process to market.
The digital health companies selected for the fifth cohort of the programme are:
Beanbag Health – a digital app supporting lifelong recovery from eating disorders including anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorder.
fitarr – allows users to subscribe to real time exercise fitness workouts and connect with personal trainers and health professionals for expert advice and guidance.
Joii – an evaluation app supporting people with endometriosis, empowering women and people with periods to experience their best menstrual wellbeing.
Kalda – an LGBTQIA+ mental wellbeing app providing sexuality and gender affirming therapy.
Maxim – creators of a non-toxic Virtual Reality Spaces for children and young people to improve health and wellbeing.
Meal IQ – developers of Smorg, a cloud-based workflow automation tool empowering primary care staff to create and deliver personalised dietary interventions to patient communities at scale.
MediTask –a mobile based application that connects doctors with students to help manage workload and improve medical education.
Jitai – makes behaviour change easy by using machine learning to recognise then interrupt harmful patterns of behaviour.
Nolea – a healthcare staffing marketplace platform matching mental healthcare practitioners to different NHS Healthcare provider organisations.
Planet Nourish – an ethnicity-focused, personalised AI-led digital food and behaviour change platform for diet related conditions.
Qwikify – a SaaS platform that allows users to create better expert documentation like care plans, much faster, reducing the time from several hours to just a few minutes.
re;mind – helps people better understand and recover from trauma, regardless of whether or not they have a mental health diagnosis.
Rewire Rehab – uses data and clinical best practice to deliver personalised neuro-rehabilitation.
Voda – an LGBTQIA+ mental wellness app designed with leading LGBTQIA+ psychotherapists.
Watch out for news about the launch of these innovations in March, across our website and social media channels.
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The DigitalHealth.London Accelerator is a collaborative programme funded by two of London’s Academic Health Science Networks – UCL Partners, and the Health Innovation Network, as well as MedCity, CW+ and receives match funding from the European Regional Development Fund.