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DigitalHealth.London is delighted to be partnering with the Intelligent Health 2021, Artificial Intelligence (AI) conference on 11 May 2021. Along with NHSX, Health Innovation Network, AHSN Innovation Exchange and the NIHR, DigitalHealth.London will be delivering the Challenge sessions at this virtual conference.
DigitalHealth.London Accelerator company GetUBetter and Digital Pioneer Fellow Ben Wanless, are among the five Health Innovation Network Innovation Grants packages of £10,000 to £30,000 to have been awarded to help kickstart innovative health and care projects.
Care home residents in north east London are to be connected to their family doctors using the latest healthcare technology by DigitalHealth.London Alumni Inhealthcare.
Locum's Nest has now launched a new e-rostering service, Locum’s Nest Rota, providing an advanced and quality end-to-end NHS workforce solution to front-line medics.
Healthcare company and DigitalHealth.London Accelerator alumnus, HN, have partnered with L2S2 Ltd and collaborated with Lewisham Health and Care Partnership (LHCP) to launch a home monitoring solution.
A new digital intervention developed by Accelerator alumnus My Possible Self, in partnership with the University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) and NHS Highland has rapidly reduced depression and anxiety and increased wellbeing among health and social care workers in the COVID-19 pandemic.
DigitalHealth.London Accelerator partner, CW+, selected Accelerator company Lumeon from our 2016/17 cohort for the digitisation of the postnatal ward process at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital.
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.