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We warmly invite NHS clinicians and decision makers to apply for a place at an interactive two-part event designed to help you get to grips with healthtech / digital innovations available in your speciality area.
As part of her NHS Digital Pioneer Fellowship at DigitalHealth.London, Kathy Adams is working on outpatients transformation at Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. Here, she shares what she has so far learnt through the Fellowship.
NHS employees: What do you think about the state of healthtech within the NHS? Is your organisation digitally mature? What’s the best tech you’ve seen? Health Tech News is seeking your views and will share your thoughts and best practice with its audience of 17,000 healthcare professionals, and make a donation to Cancer Research UK for every response.
Charlie Davie, UCLPartners' Managing Director, reflects on the opportunities to improve patient care presented by the recent visit by three Israeli start-ups to build access to the NHS market.
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.
Four years ago, when I was pursuing my own entrepreneurial health venture, through a tech start-up that I founded, I learnt about “paying it forward.” The concept is all about the beneficiary of a good deed repaying it to others instead of to the original benefactor.
Yinka Makinde thinks there are too many fellowships designed to develop and mentor staff members to become better change leaders. She explains that the need for fellowships reflects a failing in the system: “we have not yet reached a point where individual NHS organisations are consistently providing this type of direction and coaching to their staff members.”
In collaboration with Health Innovation Network, NHS England, and NHS Improvement, the DigitalHealth.London Accelerator is running an event for HR Directors exploring how technology can help NHS staff and employers to improve workforce productivity, recruitment and retention. We are looking for ten companies to present their innovations; particularly those that are already being used by NHS employers.
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.