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What happens? DigitalHealth.London and Health Foundry are excited to announce the latest 5x5x5 event – on the 9th of May. 5 companies will be given the unique opportunity to pitch their idea for 5 minutes to an audience of NHS colleagues, innovators, potential industry partners, and investors, who will give 5 minutes of feedback. […]
Ensuring the adoption and spread of innovation is a challenge in any health and care system, but anecdotal evidence suggests that the English system finds it particularly challenging. This one-day King's Fund conference will showcase a number of different case studies that demonstrate the transformative power of simple, low cost innovations in improving health and care services and the dramatic difference these can make to people’s lives.
Five London companies triumphed at the first Mayor of London MedTech Business awards. The winners include an AI-based “clinical sat-nav”, a communications app for people with speech and language difficulties, and a new system for ordering NHS prescriptions. Three of the winners are currently taking part in DigitalHealth.London's Accelerator programme, whilst two runners-up took part in the first intake.
Patients living with Type 2 diabetes in North West London have seen significant improvements to their health thanks to new smartphone health apps created by companies that have taken part in our Accelerator programme. Patients reported that the apps were easy to use, they felt more motivated, better informed about food and enjoyed the tips and advice on hand.
These workshops are designed to engage a wide community of stakeholders, focused on stimulating innovation within the NHS, through the identification and development of innovative new products and services with the potential to meet unmet clinical needs and generate commercial benefit.
In honour of International Women's day, One HealthTech are bringing together leaders and future leaders in health technology to share perspectives on healthtech. Sarah Wilkinson will kick off the evening, followed by 'quickfire talks' between healthtechies spanning the sector. The audience, from a range of backgrounds, will offer insights into the different journeys into healthtech and discuss the evolving position of women in the health and technology space.
The majority of imported health technologies used by the NHS come from the EU, the Association of British Healthcare Industries can reveal. The data illustrates the importance of getting post-Brexit trading relationships right for UK patients.
DigitalHealth.London Accelerator company Echo has been awarded the Best British Mobile Startup 2018 at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the world's largest gathering for the mobile industry. Echo was one of just 13 UK businesses under the Great Britain and Northern Ireland Pavilion.
From today, SMEs across four UK regions can compete to join innovative regional digital health accelerators, launched for the first time outside of London to help develop and deploy digital solutions to some of the most pressing challenges facing the NHS.
More than 6,000 devices including mobile electrocardiogram (ECG) units are being distributed to GP practices, pharmacies and NHS community clinics across England during National Heart Month this February.