We support the NHS to find digital solutions to solve problems relating to the delivery of care; and build the capability of health and care staff to support and lead digital health enabled transformation in the NHS.
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We're looking for a Programme Director to lead and develop our Accelerator's offering during its fourth year, and help develop its strategic vision for the fifth. This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced programme manager to deliver and shape our acclaimed programme.
DigitalHealth.London Accelerator company MeeTwo has been announced as a runner up in the 2019 Medilink UK Healthcare Business Awards. The awards celebrate outstanding business achievements, international successes, and innovative breakthroughs across life sciences and healthcare technology.
Health Data Research UK is leading a £22million competition to create up to five centres of excellence to pioneer the use of health data for research and innovation. These centres – known as Digital Innovation Hubs – will enable researchers and innovators to have greater access to health data from the NHS, social care and research laboratories.
Despite being advised to stay well away, VCs still think it’s worth investing in healthtech companies that work with the NHS. We caught up with five of them to discuss why the NHS is an attractive market.
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.
All the latest news, information on events, and other relevant opportunities - including why there are too many fellowships in the NHS, an invitation to pitch at an NHS HR showcase event, and how "paying it forward" pays off.
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.
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.”