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Clare Gallagher is the Learning Hub Lead at the North West London Collaboration of Clinical Commissioning Groups. Sick of school but keen to learn, she spent her young adult years enrolling in various online courses matching her personal interests - something she continues today. Here, Clare reflects on whether there is value in eLearning for people working in clinical settings, and if so, how it can be supported.
DigitalHealth.London is pleased to announce that it will run a new three-month programme of support for companies, known as the DigitalHealth.London Launchpad. The programme will focus on helping a select number of digital health innovators develop and launch new innovative digital health products and/or processes targeting the NHS.
This month marks the launch of our Impact Report 2019 showcasing the successful programmes, activities and connections over the last year, and beyond.
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.
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.
“Hundreds of health techies are building telemedicine apps, diagnostic AIs and wearable gadgets that let patients manage their own health,” says Sifted in this piece highlighting the top healthtech accelerators in Europe. We're delighted to be listed as the UK's entry, alongside some European heavyweights.
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.
"What does it takes to create successful leaders in digital transformation in the NHS?" we ask, as we begin supporting the second cohort of our NHS Digital Pioneer Fellowship. We've found that addressing a real need within the system, finding the right participants, appropriate design, and a clear evaluation framework are key ingredients.
An NHS clinician, a business development strategist, and a communications expert give their advice to healthtech startups on what makes a good pitch. Key takeaways are: use your time wisely, use the right language for your audience, demonstrate your credibility, and look the part.
There are just a few days left to apply for the DigitalHealth.London Accelerator, which opened its doors for applications in February. We invite companies to apply by 5 April, and for the first time are accepting applications from companies outside of London and the UK.