We build the capability of innovators to navigate the NHS and innovation pathway, in order to gain market access; and we build London’s digital health ecosystem to speed up the adoption and commission of digital innovations.
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Listen to the recording of our recent conversation with Francis White of AliveCor, where we explore just what it takes to become a digital health unicorn
In the second episode of our podcast series designed to give SMEs and start-ups an insight into the world of the NHS, DigitalHealth.London gains insight from Shirlene Oh, Director of Commerce at Imperial College Health Partners.
Part of the DigitalHealth.London Podcast series, Dr Guy Gross provides insights into the complexities of doing business with the NHS
With atrial fibrillation (AF) and related illnesses affecting two million people in the UK and costing the NHS £2.2 billion each year, find out how AliveCor’s Kardia™ has overcome key challenges affecting delivery of care and had a life-changing impact for patients. Health impact Heart arrhythmias are reportedly one of the top ten reasons […]
The Diabetes Improvement Collaborative is a unique opportunity to improve the quality of care and the lives of people with diabetes across London.
ABHI wants to help in assisting the making of safe and effective medical technology to deliver high quality patient outcomes.
To support our BRC/U research strategy, we have received funding ofrom the Department of Health through NIHR. We use our funds to support clinical research infrastructure, including our Nucleus (a hub which brings together numerous informatics projects), research nurses, technicians and technology specialists.
NIHR Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care bring together a collaboration of the local providers of NHS services and NHS commissioners, universities, other relevant local organisations and the relevant Academic Health Science Network.
The NIHR works collaboratively with industries to develop concepts of new medical devices, healthcare technologies and technology-dependent interventions that improve treatment and quality of life for patients.