Accelerator and Launchpad companies featured in Department of Trade Beyond 100 Playbook

This month, the Department of Trade (DIT) launched the Beyond100 Playbook – a collection of some of the UK’s most impressive digital health innovators that support healthcare in a variety of ways. The UK companies were selected after a rigorous process and were judged on a range of criteria, such as uniqueness and how well they represent the UK journey and direction in digital health. A number of alumnus companies from the DigitalHealth.London Accelerator and Launchpad programmes were featured in the playbook under each category:

Augmenting Healthcare professionals

“The DigitalHealth.London Accelerator supported us to scale both across the UK and in overseas markets. Being featured in DIT’s #Beyond100 Playbook is a great testament of this. There are now over 1.8 million HCPs signed-up to MedShr, with the majority of revenue coming from outside the UK.” – George Ulmann, COO, MedShr

“The DigitalHealth.London Launchpad programme supported us to validate market needs and rapidly launch a prototype to test with users. Since then, we’ve won Innovate UK grants, raised funding and completed pilots with public and private healthcare organisations. We are very proud to be recognised by the #Beyond100 programme to be supported on exports of our solution to benefit clinicians worldwide in these challenging times for the healthcare workforce.” – Dr Keith Tsui, CEO & Co-Founder, Medwise.ai

Collaboration and Communication

“The UK has a strong reputation for digital health innovation. Last year we were honoured to be recognised as one of the first 100 companies ready to go global, and we are delighted to be listed in the DIT’s #Beyond100 Playbook this year.This is a competitive market, and we are immensely proud of the impact our work is having across the NHS. The early support from the DigitalHealth.London Accelerator in 2016 was instrumental in helping us to build relationships and raise our profile. We are grateful for the DIT, our industry network and our partner organisations who have endorsed the ImproveWell solution and continue to help to spread the word.” – Lara Mott, CEO and Co-Founder, ImproveWell

Data and Analytics
Diagnostics and Screening
Future Tech
Health Systems and Transformation

“I’m delighted to see Concentric highlighted as part of the #Beyond100 playbook – it’s a truly impressive list of UK digital health companies having an impact globally. Through the DIT’s 96 teams across the globe it is also a maturing partnership between the DIT and the digital health ecosystem that many of us by now have seen can support us in successfully introducing UK digital health solutions internationally.” – Dr Dafydd Loughran, CEO, Concentric Health

“For Patchwork Health, being former participants in DigitalHealth.London’s Accelerator Programme was a valuable experience. The support we received helped us to scale our workforce management solution to deliver tangible benefits to even more NHS organisations. The workshops and events also offered opportunities to nurture relationships within the sector. Since our time on the Accelerator, we have partnered with over 70 NHS organisations, launched our pioneering rostering solution and grown our team to over 100 members. These successes – and the improved outcomes for our NHS partners – were certainly expedited by our previous participation in Accelerator programme. We are delighted to be part of a cohort of talented healthcare innovators, all committed to driving positive change for NHS employers, staff and patients.” – Dr Anas Nader, CEO and Co-Founder, Patchwork Health

Remote and Virtual care

“We were so pleased to be included in the DIT First 100. If the DigitalHealth.London Accelerator helped us develop a growth strategy for the UK market, working with DIT over the past year has helped us understand and position ourselves much better vis-a-vis global opportunities. We’re looking forward to growing our footprint in new markets in 2022.” – Nader Alaghband, Co-Founder, Ampersand Health

“The DigitalHealth.London Accelerator enabled Aparito to reap the opportunities for international new business via trade missions that helped us reach potential customers on every continent. Being part of a network of digital health companies is an honour for Aparito as we do our bit to sustain the UK’s reputation as a world-class health technology innovator.” – Dr Elin Haf Davies, CEO, Aparito

“DigitalHealth.London spring boarded us from a small start-up, finding its feet in the market, to a scaleup company delivering digital first outpatients to nearly 20% of the NHS. We’re excited to be part of the DIT100 as we move to delivering global impact, and demonstrating that the NHS, and its supporting ecosystem are leading the world in digitising front line services.” –Tom Whicher, CEO, DrDoctor

“The Helicon Health team are ecstatic to be selected for the second year running and amongst such a dazzling array of talents and achievements. We never take anything for granted but are confident our business leading offerings pioneered in the NHS in our mission of delivering healthcare virtually are now growing in the USA, Ireland, Netherlands with good traction in Japan and Middle East. We will report back this time next year.” – Tony Bowden, CEO, Helicon Health

“Living With is super excited to be part of the DIT’s #Beyond100 Playbook. Living With has demonstrated that it can deliver valuable support to 40 NHS Trusts and is keen to take its expertise and insight in remote patient management and in particular how it is helping the NHS to support Long Covid clinics, internationally. The DigitalHealth.London Accelerator helped provide us with critical learnings early on in our development and is now looking to take this and extend further.” – Chris Robson, CEO, Living With

Selfcare and wellness

“We’re delighted to be featured in the DIT’s #Beyond100 Playbook. We would not have been able to achieve this without DigitalHealth.London’s Accelerator programme. The programme has been a transformational part in our company’s journey and was a crucial step in helping us to drive the adoption, usage and understanding of our innovation. We are now able to realise our vision in using AI technology to support healthcare professionals to plan their care and improve the health outcomes and quality of life for people living with long term health conditions.” – Jonathan Abraham, CEO & Co-Founder, Healum

“As members of DigitalHealth London Cohort 1, we at iPLATO are delighted to be part of #Beyond100 to spread leading British HealthTech innovation around the world. DIT’s reach and credibility helps us share our insight and technology to help health systems and governments implement data driven prevention programmes across (often) large populations through virtual primary care.” – Tobias Alpsten, Founder & CEO, iPLATO

“MyWay Digital are delighted to be part of the #Beyond100 Playbook, and truly value the support of the DIT to help them achieve their vision; to improve the care of people with diabetes globally through cost-effective data-driven technology.” – Debbie Wake, CEO & Chief Medical Officer, MyWay Digital

“DigitalHealth.London’s Accelerator programme has been a hugely valuable resource for Peppy, particularly as we expand from the UK into international markets. It’s experts have shared insights, connected us with partners and helped us understand how to leverage our proposition to best fit the needs of different clients and geographies.” – Dr Mridula Pore, Co-CEO & Co-Founder, Peppy

Triage and Pre-assessment

“We are very proud to be listed in the DIT’s Beyond 100 Playbook, a testament to the product and all the work by the amazing team over the last few years. Being part of the DigitalHealth.London Accelerator Programme in the early days certainly helped us with our positioning, networking and strategic alignment, and we are thankful for the expertise and support this programme provided and would recommend this to any fledgling digital health start up.” – Dr Mark Harmon, Chief Strategy Officer, eConsult Health Ltd

“We are delighted to be in the #Beyond100 Playbook, following our inclusion in the First100 Playbook last year, and with thanks to our involvement with DigitalHealth.London Accelerator. As the pandemic continues to have a huge impact on the NHS, digital health is key for restoring services and reducing the record care backlogs that have resulted from it, as the Vantage team has experienced over the past two years. Our close work with NHS partners across different ICSs has enabled the rapid implementation of digital systems and helped patients to continue receiving treatment away from hospitals”. – David Ezra, Managing Director, Vantage Health

Ones to watch

“It has been wonderful to be alongside the leading digital health companies in the UK while being on the DigitalHealth.London Accelerator. The feedback from and interaction with key subject matter experts, NHS & wider healthcare system stakeholders, and other pioneering digital health companies has helped us as we have grown to support thousands of people to improve their wellbeing. Our Wellbeing Suite has been implemented in a number of Local Government and NHS settings, and we have users all around the world. We would strongly recommend the Accelerator to other digital health companies.” – Keshav Sankla, Director of AI & Innovations, Solutions4Health

“It is an honour to be listed as ‘One to Watch’ in the DIT’s #Beyond100 Playbook this year. Due to the pandemic and prior existing pressures on the health system, we recognised the opportunity to further digitise healthcare and make transformative change to people’s health. We have huge aspirations for 2022 and beyond to optimise the entire self-testing health experience, shorten care wait times and improve patient wellbeing, all through the PocDoc app.” – Steve Roest, CEO, PocDoc

“We’re delighted to be listed as “One to Watch” in the DIT’s #Beyond 100 Playbook. With the obvious strains on healthcare systems globally the need for change is evident. Lifelight supports this change by effectively monitoring people’s vital signs regularly and remotely, via a user’s everyday smartphone or tablet. This allows the right clinical pathway to be taken earlier and avoids later, more costly interventions for healthcare provider and patient. Clinically validated and regulatory approved, we appreciate the DIT’s recognition of Lifelight as we deliver benefits across a wide range of use cases whether stand-alone or embedded into existing healthcare platforms for scale.” – Laurence Pearce, CEO & Founder, Lifelight