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The Kardia™ Mobile ECG from AliveCor is intended to record, store, analyse and transfer single-channel ECG rhythms.
Cinapsis helps treat more patients out of hospital by making trusted specialist advice and guidance available to GPs and other healthcare professionals on-demand when they need it. Cinapsis is a web platform (secured on N3) for managing, enabling, documenting and recording clinical conversations (also known as virtual clinics) and the secure transfer of digital patient information.
Contact – Adrian Rica (Co-Founder & CFO) Founded – 2016 Hearttrack monitors the cardio activity in real time to detect and warn with the first electrical disturbances which can derive in heart attacks and arrhythmias with the means of a small 12 lead ECG portable device that is placed in the chest and sends the […]
Contact – Avril Copeland (Founder & CEO) Founded – June 30, 2011 Chronic disease management and post-acute care monitoring services are expected to comprise a large proportion of the market opportunity generating approximately $10.7 billion in revenue by 2017. TickerFit’s technology enables healthcare providers to deliver chronic disease rehabilitation programmes remotely. Personalised mobile application based […]
InfoBionic has developed the MoMe™ System, a Connected Health platform initially focused on cardiac arrhythmia detection, to improve clinical efficiency and patient care with anytime, anywhere access to patient data.
Dr Guy Gross joins us to share his view on simple ways companies can ensure they are ‘NHS ready’. We quiz Guy on the process that companies should follow to ensure they’re systematically hitting the ‘NHS readiness’ criteria; how innovators can realistically co-design a product with the NHS or get the input of NHS staff; and whether it is harder for digital solutions to sell into the NHS than more traditional products.
DigitalHealth.London gains insight from Shirlene Oh, Director of Commerce at Imperial College Health Partners. Here, Shirlene shares her thoughts on how SMEs and start-ups can co-design and refine their offerings to ensure they are meeting specific needs in NHS clinical pathways. Explaining how to demonstrate that a product responds to a need, Shirlene highlights some take away lessons for innovators.
Omada Health is a digital behavioral medicine company that inspires people to change the habits that put them most at risk for serious but largely preventable chronic conditions like heart disease and type 2 diabetes
Contact – Rahul Jain (Founder & CEO) Founded – 2014 Towerview Health help the 1 in 3 Americans with a chronic illness manage multiple medications. TowerView’s patients receive pre-filled medication trays that fit into a connected pillbox like a K-Cup into a Keurig coffee machine. Their pillbox can sense when patients forget a dose and […]
Contact – David Kuraguntla (Founder & CEO) Founded – 2012 GraftWorx is bridging the communications gap between patients and clinicians. Graftworx’s first product allows for the automated, wireless remote monitoring of dialysis patients with fistulas via a wearable device. Our next series of products focus on making “smart” cardiovascular implantables (bypass grafts and stents) a reality, […]