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DigitalHealth.London Accelerator company MeeTwo has been announced as a runner up in the 2019 Medilink UK Healthcare Business Awards in association with Med-Tech Innovation. The awards celebrate outstanding business achievements, international successes, and innovative breakthroughs across life sciences and healthcare technology.
When you mention “maternity” to the majority of the population, Hollywood-style images of happy families might come to mind. However, as we enter into “Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week” this week, Dr Julian Nesbitt opens up the conversation about the struggles that many people face surrounding maternity.
Earlier this year, DigitalHealth.London Accelerator partner CW+, selected Accelerator company Lumeon (from our 2016-17 cohort) to help digitise its postnatal discharge process. They launched the innovative software earlier this year, and here describe the difference it is making to new mums and their babies.
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.
Neurotech Solutions, Day Two and Orpheus Medical were all invited to London as part of the UK Israel Dangoor Health Initiative, a health accelerator aimed at connecting Israeli start-ups in the digital health field with the NHS. The programme is a partnership between DigitalHealth.London, the UK Israel Tech Hub, IBM Alpha Zone, and Dangoor Education.
This event will provide insight into key current and future aspects of the wider UK health and care landscape. Speakers will discuss the implications of the NHS long-term plan, the priorities of the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, and what these mean for health and social care.
Exploring how technology will play a central role in realising the Long Term Plan, helping clinicians use the full range of their skills, reducing bureaucracy, stimulating research and enabling service transformation.
After being introduced through the DigitalHealth.London Accelerator programme, the North West London Collaboration of Clinical Commissioning Groups has signed an agreement with Inhealthcare. They will roll out the next generation of digital technologies to make it easier to access health and care services at a fraction of the cost.
The long-anticipated NHS Long Term Plan, covering the next 10 years, was published today. The six chapters include measures to prevent 150,000 heart attacks, strokes and dementia cases, better access to mental health services for adults and children, and mainstreaming digitally-enabled care.
With over a million UK children experiencing communication difficulties that are likely to persist into adulthood, could digital therapeutics offer self-management tools to improve functioning and reduce the burden of the underlying impairment?