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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.
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.
"An NHS App will be the entry point for all patients and it will mean the journey from GP to a specialist, to diagnosis then treatment could happen from your phone,” says Alan Lowe, chief executive and co-founder at DigitalHealth.London Accelerator company Visionable, in this piece exploring how 5G could revolutionise healthcare.
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.
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.
Bridging the gap is aimed at any health technology innovators and companies who are interested in accessing the NHS marketplace to improve health and care for patients and citizens, and who have a product or service that is ready for scaling up.
Neurotech Solutions, Day Two and Orpheus Medical were all invited to London as part of the UK Israel Dangoor Health Initiative, a health accelerator aimed at connecting Israeli start-ups in the digital health field with the NHS. The programme is a partnership between DigitalHealth.London, the UK Israel Tech Hub, IBM Alpha Zone, and Dangoor Education.
"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.