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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Local health and care systems across London are working together to improve how health and care services are delivered and experienced. In part, this is about making health and care information more consistent, more joined-up and more available to the clinicians, patients and families who need it.
Data shows the digital health sector was supported by $14.6bn of venture capital funding last year - we spoke to a digital health venture specialist about the opportunities and their new Call.
Health Data Research UK's Sandbox is a virtual testing environment for products, services, innovations or knowledge that require access to large scale data to improve the health of patients and the population. The Sandbox will provide test cases for research that could pioneer new and faster treatments for patients.
MeeTwo, the mental help app for young people, won two of the country’s acclaimed Tech4Good Awards. The People's Choice Award was decided on the outcome of a four week long crowdfunder, which MeeTwo used to raise awareness of and support the 1 in 4 boys aged 16-25 that self-harm.
Good Thinking, the NHS-approved digital mental wellbeing service for London, has partnered with DigitalHealth.London Accelerator company My Possible Self to help more Londoners who are experiencing common mental wellbeing concerns improve how they feel every day
RYSE Asset Management LLP, the digital health and medical technology specialist investment boutique, has extended its partnership with award-winning DigitalHealth.London and MedCity for a further two funding programmes after the successful closing of the initial programme of 2018.
Following last year’s successful partnership with RYSE Asset Management LLP, we are collaborating again to support digital health companies to grow their business through access to funding.
Public Health England is looking for a digital health company to test its new evaluation service. The service has been developed in collaboration with academic evaluation experts and digital teams to help digital health innovators better demonstrate the impact and cost-effectiveness of their products on public health.
AI and digital therapeutics feature in this piece, which gives an insight into DigitalHealth.London's Programme Director Yinka Makinde's life in one of the most exciting and fast-moving industries in the world: healthtech.
Are you a researcher interested in, or already working with, digital health tools? Are you interested in forming new collaborations to carry out research into these tools and interventions? We’d love to invite you to this event exploring new opportunities to generate evidence around digital health, and highlighting examples of where this type of ground-breaking work is already underway.