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Tiny Medical Apps are one of the companies on the current cohort of the DigitalHealth.London Accelerator programme. Their flagship innovation the Digital Health Passport for young people with asthma is now available via the NHS App Library.
Yinka Makinde, Programme Director of DigitalHealth.London has today been announced as part of the #IB100 - a list of the top 100 most influential black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) leaders in the Tech Sector.
A new smart phone app and web portal to help oesophageal cancer patients and their carers understand and manage their journey better has been launched in a new collaboration between Accelerator alumnus Living With, UCL, and University College London Hospital.
Does the system limit people, or do they limit themselves? In a month where the Shuri Network held its first meeting for women of colour in digital health, and NHSX pulled down a job advert for a senior position amid diversity concerns, Yinka Makinde explores the issue.
As a nurse, Sara Nelson remembers being scared of using the first computer on the ward. That's why supporting culture change and skills is so important within NHS organisations. Hear more from Sara, interviewed by journalist Andrea Downey and joined by Infinity Health's Elliott Engers, and Vine Health's Rayna Patel, in this podcast.
Spirit Digital, a graduate of the East Midlands AHSN Digital Health Accelerator, has been awarded a European Space Agency contract ato deliver real-time remote monitoring for patients with long-term conditions, augmented with satellite air-quality data.
NHS trusts can apply for a share of up to £50M grant funding to scale up digital pathology, radiology and AI capabilities in England. The Department of Health and Social Care will work with Innovate UK to invest in capital-only projects.
"What many people don't see if that AI is already part of the NHS... AI and other smart platforms are already helping us improve the services we deliver for the NHS, and ultimately, the individual's patient experience," said Gina Clarke in her Mail on Sunday feature.
DigitalHealth.London Accelerator alumnus Infinity Health recently won a prestigious HTN Award for its work with London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust, where its ePortering solution saved more than 10,000 hours of staff time in just one year. Here, we visit the project case study, and explore just how they saved those hours.
Infinity Health took home the top prize for “Partnership of the Year” at the prestigious HTN Awards, with their "Uber for porters" which has helped one trust save over 10,000 hours of staff time. Accelerator alumnus Babylon Health also scooped the prize for "Excellence in Mobile Healthcare."