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Through-out May and June we supported a number of our SME founders and innovators who identify as being from under-represented groups in digital health tech (BAME, women and people living with disabilities) to amply their voice and share their experiences in the sector. At the DigitalHealth.London Accelerator, we believe that diversity and inclusion is central […]
Shaun Azam, Chief Strategy Officer of SME of the Week Sweatcoin, shares an update on the company’s collaboration with the South west London Health and Care Partnership on their Diabetes Prevention Decathlon project.
DigitalHealth.London is delighted to be taking part in HTN's Digital Week, a week of online events to share and collaborate on healthcare technology, sponsored by Alfresco and CCube Solutions, taking place this week. We feature in two webinars as part of this exciting week.
The AHSN Network explores its work to understand NHS priorities for health and care innovation and how collaboration with research partners including new Applied Research Collaboratives (ARCs) and Academic Health Science Centres (AHSCs) are responding to these needs.
The Push Doctor team provides us with an overview of their COVID-19 response and discuss how working with the Accelerator programme has benefited the company.
DigitalHealth.London Accelerator alumnus, MeeTwo, have released their new directory during Pride month which offers LGBT+ young people the tools to help themselves, and each other.
DigitalHealth.London has partnered with the Shuri Network to hold a webinar on Thursday 11 June 11:30am - 12:30pm BST, entitled "Taking a digital innovation idea and making it a reality".
Nilkunj Dodhia, CEO of Macusoft, one of the innovators currently on the DigitalHealth.London Accelerator programme, writes about work the company is doing in India that has saved the sight of over 120 people in the last three months, and how this has impacted their work in the UK...
DigitalHealth.London Accelerator alumnus Infinity Health is offering its care coordination and task management tools for free to NHS trusts for six months, to help alleviate some of the pressures faced by staff in the wake of COVID-19.