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Over £7 million for seven new NHS Test Beds around the country has been announced, which include partnerships with several DigitalHealth.London Accelerator companies. Projects being tested include using AI and machine learning for breast cancer screening, and a digital platform to help manage diabetes.
A thought-leadership summit on the 11th and 12th December 2018 in New Delhi, bringing together business, policy makers, venture capitalists, scientists and entrepreneurs.
The fifth event in the Mayor of London’s TechInvest programme will showcase London’s leading Women in Tech, with a focus on female tech founders making an impact in London as a global tech capital.
Join Yinka Makinde, Programme Director for DigitalHealth.London and Neelam Patel, Chief Operating Officer at our partner MedCity, who will present a three hour curated session on "Evidence and validation: the what and how?"
This exciting new programme offers an unprecedented opportunity for UK Artificial Intelligence (AI) organisations to access one of the world’s largest healthcare markets, India. The programme is working with the Department for International Trade in India and the Government of India’s think tank, NITI Aayog, as part of the AI tech collaboration.
Wellcome Innovator Awards support researchers who are transforming great ideas into digital healthcare innovations that could have a significant impact on human health.
Outdated and obstructive NHS IT systems will become a thing of the past, Health and Social Care Secretary Matt Hancock said as he launched his "tech vision" in The Future of Healthcare, and as he later spoke at an event hosted by DigitalHealth.London founding partner Health Innovation Network.
The online portal, DrDoctor, is set to save the NHS tens of millions of pounds by slashing the number of missed appointments as well as making it easier and more convenient for patients to make and manage bookings. Patients can also fill in medical forms before they arrive using the system and receive appointment letters digitally.
Led by DigitalHealth.London Accelerator alumnus Cambridge Bio-Augmentation Systems (C-BAS), Innovate UK has awarded a £865,000 Digital Health Technology Catalyst grant to a consortium to develop an advanced AI platform that analyses physical movements of patients. Partners include Andiamo (another alumnus), which makes user-centred children’s orthotics.