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DigitalHealth.London Communication Manager, Megan Truman, recently attended the AI Centre event “Launching AI platforms for the NHS: 2021-2023” to learn about the organisation’s goals for bringing AI into healthcare and what support is available for digital health innovators.
DigitalHealth.London is delighted to be partnering with the Intelligent Health 2021, Artificial Intelligence (AI) conference on 11 May 2021. Along with NHSX, Health Innovation Network, AHSN Innovation Exchange and the NIHR, DigitalHealth.London will be delivering the Challenge sessions at this virtual conference.
The DigitalHealth.London Generator supported Macusoft to develop research questions through one-to-one sessions and to subsequently engage with academics.
It's been an eventful month in the digital health sector including for DigitalHealth.London, the companies we support as part of our Accelerator programme and our Digital Pioneer Fellows.
Digital Pioneer Fellow, Jenny Muir, shares her experiences of working in NHS Trust IT during the pandemic and the latest update on her project to implement a Capacity Management Tool at St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
The DigitalHealth.London Generator supported White Swan to pivot their product development roadmap to ensure they are clinically robust, as well as develop a roadmap for, and implement parts of, their evidence generation pathway.
DigitalHealth.London Accelerator company GetUBetter and Digital Pioneer Fellow Ben Wanless, are among the five Health Innovation Network Innovation Grants packages of £10,000 to £30,000 to have been awarded to help kickstart innovative health and care projects.
University College London, the Health Innovation Network, DigitalHealth.London Generator and MedCity are teaming up again to launch a new webinar series this spring, #EvaluateDigiHealth.
Dr Carey McClellan CEO and Clinical Director of Accelerator company and SME of the Week getUBetter, shares an update on the company’s delivery of musculoskeletal (MSK) pathways across South West London Health and Care Partnership and how they have helped during the COVID-19 emergency and recovery.
Ben Wanless, Consultant Physiotherapist at St Georges University Hospitals NHS Trust and Digital Pioneer Fellow, shares his thoughts on the challenges of self-management and his experience of implementing Accelerator digital solution getUBetter.