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Don’t miss the opportunity to attend the IQVIA Real-World Evidence Summit 2018, taking place at the BMA House, London WC1H 9JP, on Thursday 21st June, from 10:00 am to 18:00 pm. Digital Health: Transforming Patient Care, Clinical Research and HTA Join IQVIA on June 21st for an open dialogue on how digital health can impact […]
How can the NHS adopt new innovations to improve outcomes and empower effective self-care for people with diabetes? Provision of effective treatment and support for people with diabetes in England is one of the major clinical challenges of the 21st century. Helping people to self-care and achieve good diabetes control is essential to reduce the number of people experiencing serious complications such as blindness and amputation, and address pressures facing the NHS across care settings.
3.1 million people diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes in the UK could see a 20% reduction in hospitalisation and 20% higher medication adherence with a new approach to diabetes support, according to a White Paper by Changing Health out today. Personalisation: the secret ingredient to lasting lifestyle change, references dozens of evidence-based behaviour change theories and techniques rooted in psychology, providing key learnings for healthcare providers and commissioners to improve health outcomes for diabetes.
Tens of thousands of people with Type 2 diabetes may soon be able to access digital structured education programmes to better manage their condition, thanks to a £3.5 million funding boost from NHS England (NHSE). NHSE is to announce that 25% of the diabetes education Transformation Fund can now be used for digital tools.
Waterloo Health and DigitalHealth.London Accelerator company SmartMed are collaborating to run a digital health pilot scheme to improve the health and wellbeing of patients suffering with Type 2 Diabetes. The innovative, award winning SmartMed service helps reduces the number of clinic visits, making care more responsive to and reducing costs.
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"We are what we eat... but perhaps we don’t realise it," says John Grumitt in this blog post published as part of Diabetes Prevention week. John explores how can technology and personalised support can help reach those most at risk of diabetes and begin prevention before it’s too late.
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Patients living with Type 2 diabetes in North West London have seen significant improvements to their health thanks to new smartphone health apps created by companies that have taken part in our Accelerator programme. Patients reported that the apps were easy to use, they felt more motivated, better informed about food and enjoyed the tips and advice on hand.
From today, SMEs across four UK regions can compete to join innovative regional digital health accelerators, launched for the first time outside of London to help develop and deploy digital solutions to some of the most pressing challenges facing the NHS.