Cohort Two of the DigitalHealth.London Evidence Generator Bootcamp Announced

Today, DigitalHealth.London welcomes 16 digital health companies into Cohort 2 of its Evidence Generator Bootcamp. The companies chosen for the programme have products or services with high potential to meet NHS and/or social care challenges, that are committed to driving their evidence generation forward.

The DigitalHealth.London Evidence Generator Bootcamp programme provides companies with 12 weeks of expert support from the NHS, academia and industry, advisory sessions and workshops, peer networking and honest brokering to foster research collaborations.

It is part of the Digital Health.London Business Support for London Project which has received £1,379,257.04 from the UK government through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund.

Following the success of our first Evidence Generation Bootcamp, we are excited to kick off the journey with the 16 pioneering companies in Cohort 2. These companies recognise the importance of generating impactful evidence for the success of digital health innovations in the NHS and social care. We are eager to support them over the next 12 weeks as they work towards this goal.

Sara Nelson
Programme Director of DigitalHealth.London

The 16 companies chosen for Cohort 2 of the DigitalHealth.London Evidence Generator Bootcamp are:


  • Aseptika specialises in the design, development, manufacturing, distribution, and servicing of medical devices aimed at assisting patients in maintaining their well-being at home. 


  • Avid is a digital-first, human-led healthcare company building a pipeline of value-based care programmes to drive behaviour change and proactive health action.  


  • Cenigma’s Healthier Together app has been designed to address variations in care and increase clinical safety in maternity care. 

Currant Care

  • Currant Care’s suite of advanced sensors and Artificial Intelligence (AI) transforms out-of-hospital care, reducing caregiver burden and significantly improving patient outcomes by ensuring timely support and maintaining independence. 

GP Automate

  • GP Automate is transforming primary care by dramatically reducing administrative burdens through automation.


  • Healthnix aims to become the world’s first fully integrated precision health digital platform for osteoarthritis. 

How Mental

  • How Mental’s app ‘How Are We’ prevents mental health problems in young people by enabling continuous mental wellbeing tracking, empowering carers to provide timely support for any potential issues, and engaging people through the use of community.

  • serves as an AI copilot for healthcare infrastructure support staff, streamlining navigation through governance documents, fostering collaborative problem-solving, and delivering actionable insights to national bodies for informed decision-making.


  • InsideOut’s digital solution, Remi, which is available on both mobile and VR platforms, addresses the urgent issue of prolonged wait times for NHS mental health support.


  • Juli is a digital platform co-designed to empower people to self-manage their mental and physical health, enhancing usual care.

Kanjo Health

  • Kanjo is the world’s first pre-diagnostic insight platform for paediatric mental health.


  • MANUAL’s Voy is the first weight maintenance programme on the market, combining the proven efficacy of GLP-1 treatment with a newly launched AI-led behavioural change app. 

Resony Health

  • Resony Anxiety is a UKCA-marked smartphone app which delivers a six-week digital psychological therapy programme for adults with Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD).


  • StoriBoard democratises mental health support by training individuals to become accredited Experts by Experience, providing instant professional one-to-one guidance and connecting them to local resources, thus enhancing accessibility and affordability of tailored mental health assistance. 


  • Thymia’s Apollo offers an AI solution for screening depression symptoms, as well as diagnosing or monitoring patients (also available remotely). 

AI Pharmacy for Good

  • AI-driven software for repeat prescription management. 

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The DigitalHealth.London Evidence Generator Bootcamp programme is funded by the UK Government via the UK Shared Prosperity Fund (UKSPF). It is delivered by the Health Innovation Network (HIN) South London in partnership with the Office of Life Sciences, CW+, Medcity, NHS England, the Mayor of London and the Levelling Up Fund.

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