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The DigitalHealth.London Generator supported Macusoft to develop research questions through one-to-one sessions and to subsequently engage with academics.
The DigitalHealth.London Generator supported White Swan to pivot their product development roadmap to ensure they are clinically robust, as well as develop a roadmap for, and implement parts of, their evidence generation pathway.
University College London, the Health Innovation Network, DigitalHealth.London Generator and MedCity are teaming up again to launch a new webinar series this spring, #EvaluateDigiHealth.
Oxford Heartbeat is an alumnus of the DigitalHealth.London Accelerator programme and during their time on the programme they engaged with DigitalHealth.London's Generator, through which a relationship was brokered with the NIHR Research Design Service (RDS) in South London.
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.
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.
An innovative collaboration between University College London, the Health Innovation Network, the DigitalHealth.London Generator and MedCity has today announced an interactive top-level webinar series exploring Generating Evidence for Digital Health.
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 […]
Dr Henry Potts is an Associate Professor at University College London’s Institute of Health Informatics and an Academic Advisor to Public Health England (PHE) Digital. He was involved in producing the recently published PHE guide to evaluating digital health products and services. Here Dr Potts writes for DigitalHealth.London with a call for feedback on these […]
Public Health England has produced resources for digital health innovators and SMEs to help with the complex and necessary task of carrying out effective evaluations. The resources include step-by-step guides and a library of publications intended for anyone developing or operating a digital health product. These could be digital services, campaigns through apps or websites […]