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Health Data Research UK (HDR UK) is leading the delivery of the Digital Innovation Hub Programme – a four-year initiative to enable the safe and responsible use of health-related data at scale for research and innovation. This is one of a series of engagement events led by HRD UK to help define the specification for the architecture, data and technical standards, and governance frameworks required to build a UK-wide health research data infrustructure.
Digital Health Rewired is the new two-day conference and one-day exhibition in London Olympia focused on joining up and integrating health and care through the transformational use of technology and new ways of working. Why attend? Digital Health Rewired is the essential event for everyone in the diverse and complex UK health IT community trying to […]
Over £7 million for seven new NHS Test Beds around the country has been announced, which include partnerships with several DigitalHealth.London Accelerator companies. Projects being tested include using AI and machine learning for breast cancer screening, and a digital platform to help manage diabetes.
Join Yinka Makinde, Programme Director for DigitalHealth.London and Neelam Patel, Chief Operating Officer at our partner MedCity, who will present a three hour curated session on "Evidence and validation: the what and how?"
This exciting new programme offers an unprecedented opportunity for UK Artificial Intelligence (AI) organisations to access one of the world’s largest healthcare markets, India. The programme is working with the Department for International Trade in India and the Government of India’s think tank, NITI Aayog, as part of the AI tech collaboration.
Outdated and obstructive NHS IT systems will become a thing of the past, Health and Social Care Secretary Matt Hancock said as he launched his "tech vision" in The Future of Healthcare, and as he later spoke at an event hosted by DigitalHealth.London founding partner Health Innovation Network.
Five NHS digital health accelerators launch across England today, including the DigitalHealth.London Accelerator, as part of the largest push yet to rapidly increase the speed of digital health products take up in the NHS. Thirty-four companies have been selected as some of the highest potential and best-placed to help England’s NHS meet the challenges of an ageing population and scarce resources.
Digital mental health support, remote monitoring during pregnancy, and personalised autism support are among new products being offered to the NHS in new innovation scheme to speed up digital health. Health innovation experts warned that more needs to be done to support people to take full advantage of digital health innovation, as “accelerator” schemes launch in five parts of England today, designed to rapidly increase the speed at which the NHS adopts and uses digital health products.
Irish digital start up company, WaytoB, has created a smartphone and smartwatch solution tp help people with learning disabilities to get around independently.