We build the capability of innovators to navigate the NHS and innovation pathway, in order to gain market access; and we build London’s digital health ecosystem to speed up the adoption and commission of digital innovations.
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Health Data Research UK is leading a £22million competition to create up to five centres of excellence to pioneer the use of health data for research and innovation. These centres – known as Digital Innovation Hubs – will enable researchers and innovators to have greater access to health data from the NHS, social care and research laboratories.
Despite being advised to stay well away, VCs still think it’s worth investing in healthtech companies that work with the NHS. We caught up with five of them to discuss why the NHS is an attractive market.
Charlie Davie, UCLPartners Managing Director, reflects on the opportunities to improve patient care presented by the recent visit by three Israeli start-ups to build access to the NHS market.
Four years ago, when I was pursuing my own entrepreneurial health venture, through a tech start-up that I founded, I learnt about “paying it forward.” The concept is all about the beneficiary of a good deed repaying it to others instead of to the original benefactor.
The DigitalHealth.London Accelerator team is looking for a Project Support Officer to help kick off another year of supporting healthcare technology companies scale in the NHS. This is an exciting opportunity to get involved in a growing team that have supported companies like Perfect Ward, Babylon, Medopad and Echo.
We’re immensely proud that Jenny Thomas has been named as one of 100 top women in healthtech, in a list published by Women of Wearables this month. Jenny is in good company, featured alongside the brilliant Lydia Yarlott and Elin Haf Davies from Accelerator companies Forward Health and Aparito.
Our NHS Navigator Sara Nelson is fresh out of her first session at the NHS Digital Academy. The Academy was set up "to develop a new generation of excellent digital leaders who can drive the information and technology transformation of the NHS." Sara is one of only five nurses on the course, and will combine her studies with her full-time role at our flagship Accelerator programme.
Bridging the gap is aimed at any health technology innovators and companies who are interested in accessing the NHS marketplace to improve health and care for patients and citizens, and who have a product or service that is ready for scaling up.
Neurotech Solutions, Day Two and Orpheus Medical were all invited to London as part of the UK Israel Dangoor Health Initiative, a health accelerator aimed at connecting Israeli start-ups in the digital health field with the NHS. The programme is a partnership between DigitalHealth.London, the UK Israel Tech Hub, IBM Alpha Zone, and Dangoor Education.