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NHS employees: What do you think about the state of healthtech within the NHS? Is your organisation digitally mature? What’s the best tech you’ve seen? Health Tech News is seeking your views and will share your thoughts and best practice with its audience of 17,000 healthcare professionals, and make a donation to Cancer Research UK for every response.
Bridging the gap is aimed at any health technology innovators and companies who are interested in accessing the NHS marketplace to improve health and care for patients and citizens, and who have a product or service that is ready for scaling up.
On Thursday 4 April 2019 we hosted the first day of our 2019 cohort of the Digital Pioneer Fellowship. Here are some of our photo highlights from the day.
On Monday 4 March 2019 NICE published an updated version of its evidence standards framework for digital health technologies (DHTs) that sets out the evidence requirements for different types of DHTs.
All the latest news, information on events, and other relevant opportunities (including the fact that the DigitalHealth.London Accelerator has now opened for applications and the launch of our 2019 cohort of the NHS Digital Pioneer Fellowship Programme) in the February 2019 issue of our newsletter.
Announcing details of the 2019 cohort of NHS Digital Pioneer Fellows- find out who they are and what their plans are.
Applications for our flagship digital health accelerator are open until 5 April, as part of efforts to increase NHS and patient access to cutting-edge technologies. The DigitalHealth.London Accelerator is targeting innovative healthtech businesses, and inviting them to apply to receive help to develop and deploy digital solutions to some of the NHS’ most pressing challenges.
We are hosting five webinars to go through the application process and the criteria against which applications are assessed in detail. SMEs will get a clear understanding of the next steps they need to take to apply to the accelerator, how to maximise their application’s likelihood of success, and be able to ask questions.
The health and care system has historically been reliant on paper for sharing information about patients. Digitisation is inevitably changing that, but what impact does that have on those who are marginalised?