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DigitalHealth.London Accelerator start-up psHEALTH announce acquisition of the long-standing platform behind psychology-based self-care solution Florence in a bid to deliver personalised and accessible digital health.
With so many new technologies on the market, how do NHS organisations select the right one? In this blog, we have put together a check-list for commissioners based on our experience as an established provider.
Digital Health and Care Northern Ireland (DHCNI) in partnership with HSC Trusts have been developing digital technology to help support care staff in residential care homes across Northern Ireland by providing an overview of the health status of residents during COVID-19.
DigitalHealth.London Accelerator Alumni MeeTwo was selected by our partner CW+ to trial their mental health app at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
DigitalHealth.London Accelerator alumnus Skin Analytics has partnered with Bupa to provide their new home service to support remote skin cancer assessment.
Pete Hansell, Co-founder of SME of the Week and Launchpad company Isla, talks about the ways that Isla helps patients and healthcare professionals keep track of a condition, and about their partnerships with NHS Trusts.
Somerset Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has partnered with DigitalHealth.London Accelerator Alumni MeeTwo, to provide specialist support to young people in areas of Somerset.
The NHS Innovation Accelerator (NIA) – an NHS England initiative supported by England’s 15 Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs) and hosted at UCLPartners – has launched its call for applications representing high impact, evidence-based innovations.
A digital programme to treat the lasting symptoms of COVID-19 has been developed by UCL researchers in collaboration with clinicians from Barts Health NHS Trust, UCL Partners and DigitalHealth.London Accelerator alumnus Living With. It has launched across Barts Health NHS Trust, the first such tool to begin use with patients.
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.