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DigitalHealth.London's Accelerator works with digital health startups and SMEs to speed up adoption of technology in London’s NHS, relieving high pressure on services and empowering patients to manage their health. It offers a range of support, resources, and opportunities for start-ups and SMEs, including NHS navigation, business planning, pitch practice, training, matching with NHS providers, and networking.
Accelerator company Changing Health, the service transforming digital education and support for people with Type 2 diabetes, is now available for almost a quarter of a million people with diabetes to rapidly improve their health outcomes. A new partnership between Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust and Changing Health means the service is now operating in 16 NHS organisations across the UK, together covering 8% of the Type 2 diabetes population - a total 241,675 people.
At a recent DigitalHealth.London and NHS Improvement event, over 50 senior NHS trust stakeholders met with innovators to explore how harnessing digital technology can reshape the delivery of outpatient care. Read more on how it identified opportunities to enhance the outpatient experience through digital.
A ground-breaking new study by academics from Newcastle University has proven Type 2 Diabetes is reversible in just 12 weeks, as demonstrated by DH.L's Accelerator company Changing Health on the BBC1 documentary "How to Stay Young."
Digital technologies - from smartphone apps that help people successfully manage their diabetes, avoid "no shows" at hospitals, to tools that save time for nurses and paramedics - are beginning to transform London’s NHS services.
Changing Health is transforming diabetes education. The company's unique combination of evidence based digital education and behaviour change coaching has resulted in its services being used by the BBC One documentary, How To Stay Young, first aired on 13 September. Learn about their innovation, and catch up on episodes here.
Lyfebulb and Novo Nordisk are partnering to host the 2017 Lyfebulb-Novo Nordisk Innovation Summit and Award. They are looking for international Patient Entrepreneurs who are developing innovative ideas and concepts using consumer, medical devices, and healthcare IT aimed at positively empowering and impacting the lives of people living with type 1 or type 2 diabetes.
DigitalHealth.London’s Programme Director talks about the increased momentum behind digital innovations in healthcare and across the NHS.
Accelerator company Inhealthcare has developed a pioneering mobile health app to bring a new level of sophistication to the home monitoring of long-term conditions by the NHS. The app, called My Inhealthcare, partners a Bluetooth-enabled self-testing device for NHS patients launched by Roche Diagnostics Ltd, the Swiss-based global healthcare company. Roche’s new INRange device allows health […]
We are pleased to read about Accelerator company OurPath in the latest online edition of This Is Money. A health technology start-up designed to help people live more active lives and prevent or lessen symptoms of type 2 diabetes, has raised £500,000 and been commissioned by the NHS. OurPath is the first digital behavioural change […]