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In this blog, Tiny Medical Apps Strategic Partner Manager, Paul Weston, tells us about his experience of working for the company, explores the learnings from their East London pilot and comments on how they are looking to support healthcare services during the COVID-19 crisis...
DigitalHealth.London Accelerator's SME of the Week is Xim Limited, creators of Lifelight, a game changing technology that allows any smartphone or tablet device to measure blood pressure, pulse and breathing rate simply by a patient looking into the device's built-in camera for 40 seconds. The Xim team have given us the latest update on how Lifelight is supporting a GP surgery for COVID-19 contactless observations.
DigitalHealth.London is pleased to announce the opening of applications to the third DigitalHealth.London Launchpad Programme. The programme focuses on helping a select number of digital health innovators develop and launch new innovative digital health products and/or processes targeting the NHS. The DigitalHealth.London Launchpad will support an initial 5-8 companies through the process of launching a […]
People confined at home because of Coronavirus (COVID-19) could soon benefit from new technology to combat the effects of social isolation. Funding is being made available by NHSX through ‘Techforce 19’, for innovators who can find digital ways to support those who need help, including people requiring mental health support and those with social care […]
DigitalHealth.London’s SME of the Week is Accelerator Launchpad company Phlo. Founded by Nadeem Sarwar, Phlo is a digital pharmacy operating throughout England with a focus on London. The pharmacy delivery app seamlessly integrates with the NHS to deliver repeat and acute medication with their unique service of same day, real time delivery at any location in […]
Accelerator Alumnus Quit Genius has announced that it’s raised $11 million in Series A funding. Quit Genius was part of the DigitalHealth.London Accelerator 2017/18 cohort and is a mobile app that uses Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) to change thought patterns around smoking – the psychological side to the addiction which can so often be neglected. […]
To improve the way the NHS assesses technologies such as digital health apps and tools, NHSX has developed a draft Digital Health Technology Standard. It aims to help developers to understand what is expected of them and speed up and streamline how health technologies are reviewed and commissioned for use in the NHS and social […]
Over the weekend, DigitalHealth.London Accelerator alumnus AccuRx has launched two new tools for GP practices in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. AccuRx provides communications solutions for primary care, allowing practices to communicate with their patients effectively and efficiently, as well as collaborate as a team and coordinate care with other organisations. Up until now their […]
Five DigitalHealth.London Accelerator company partnerships made it to the finals of the HSJ Partnership Awards, while two Pioneer Fellowship alumni were part of winning teams.