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Digital Health and Care Northern Ireland (DHCNI) in partnership with HSC Trusts have been developing digital technology to help support care staff in residential care homes across Northern Ireland by providing an overview of the health status of residents during COVID-19. Provided by DigitalHealth.London Accelerator alumnus Inhealthcare, the new service being piloted supports residential care […]
Launchpad company iOWNA announce the launch of their digital healthcare app enabling clinicians to provide trusted guidance directly into the palm of their patients’ hands.
Every week, we put a spotlight on one of the DigitalHealth.London Accelerator or Launchpad companies. Here’s a roundup of this month’s featured SMEs:
DigitalHealth.London Accelerator alumnus, Locum's Nest, has released a report detailing how using open bank staff systems like theirs can help support the NHS during COVID-19.
Professor Trish Greenhalgh (Oxford University) and Dr Victoria Betton (Mindwaves) in lively conversation and debate about the pitfalls and challenges of digital health implementation and evaluation.
The third webinar in our #EvaluateDigiHealth Evidence Generation series, provided fascinating insights into the factors needed to promote patient trust and engagement in digital mental health.
Shayan Ahmed, Co-founder of SME of the Week and Launchpad company Lisn, shares the SME's story, how they pivoted their offering due to COVID-19 and a recent pilot they've launched with an NHS Trust.
This webinar, the second in the 2020 #EvaluateDigiHealth series, features leading academics with extensive experience of researching and evaluating digital health interventions in complex systems.
In the first webinar in the 2020 #EvaluateDigiHealth series, our panel of leading experts drawn from the USA, Germany and the UK discussed international perspectives on digital health evidence and regulation.