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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 […]
The Journal of mHealth has today announced their annual Global Digital Health 100 recognising the most innovative health technology companies from around the world. Seven of the top 100 companies are currently on the DigitalHealth.London Accelerator programme and a further three are Accelerator alumni. The companies involved in the Accelerator programme recognised in this global […]
The Smoke Free Plus app is a digital innovation developed by former smoker, Dr David Crane, which is available to buy for the first time in over 1,400 Boots stores across the UK and on boots.com. Originally developed as a part time project by Dr Crane while studying for his MSc in psychology and while […]
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.
The NHS Innovation Accelerator (NIA) is currently looking for individuals representing high impact, evidence-based innovations, sourced nationally and internationally, which address one or more of the commitments laid out in the NHS Long Term Plan. For its 5th call for applicants, the NIA will select up to 12 new Fellows.
Despite being advised to stay well away, VCs still think it’s worth investing in healthtech companies that work with the NHS. We caught up with five of them to discuss why the NHS is an attractive market.
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.
An NHS clinician, a business development strategist, and a communications expert give their advice to healthtech startups on what makes a good pitch. Key takeaways are: use your time wisely, use the right language for your audience, demonstrate your credibility, and look the part.
Slides and webinars are available to support innovators through the application process to the DigitalHealth.London Accelerator. Click here to access information about the application process and criteria, and for more about what support the programme offers.
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.