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DigitalHealth.London Accelerator SME Medicspot has announced a partnership with Asda to offer in-store GP video consultations with diagnostics, in the latest high-profile expansion of digital primary care services.
The Push Doctor team provides us with an overview of their COVID-19 response and discuss how working with the Accelerator programme has benefited the company.
Over the weekend, DigitalHealth.London Accelerator alumnus AccuRx has launched two new tools for GP practices in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. AccuRx provides communications solutions for primary care, allowing practices to communicate with their patients effectively and efficiently, as well as collaborate as a team and coordinate care with other organisations. Up until now their […]
5 DigitalHealth.London Accelerator SMEs received awards or nominations at the SEHTA awards last week. South East Health Technologies Alliance (SEHTA) are a health technology network organisation providing support to member SMEs, health professionals, care providers and academia. Their competitive 2019 MedTech Business Awards recognised small health technology companies in the South East and London across […]
All the latest news, information on events, and other relevant opportunities - including 20 companies to transform the NHS, invitation to urgent and emergency care event, and a new proposal for the NHS to fund startups.
The DigitalHealth.London Accelerator has announced the 20 new digital health care innovators to be supported by the 2019-20 programme. Now in its fourth year, the Accelerator supports small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) accelerate the adoption of digital health innovations into the NHS each year.
DigitalHealth.London Accelerator company LIVI has announced a new collaboration with NHS GP services in Birmingham, Shropshire, Northamptonshire, and parts of the south east. It will provide access to video consultations to NHS patients in the areas, totalling 1.85M.
"An NHS App will be the entry point for all patients and it will mean the journey from GP to a specialist, to diagnosis then treatment could happen from your phone,” says Alan Lowe, chief executive and co-founder at DigitalHealth.London Accelerator company Visionable, in this piece exploring how 5G could revolutionise healthcare.
After a successful pilot, Accelerator company Q doctor has partnered with Lincolnshire Community Health Services NHS Trustto give their patients access to video consultations with healthcare professionals – all 735,000 of them. This is a great success, and makes us proud of the work our SMEs do to improve health and care in the UK.
Launching the Topol Review on preparing NHS staff for a digital NHS. The greatest challenge is the culture shift in learning and innovation, with a willingness to embrace technology for system-wide improvement.