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As the year draws to a close, and we look ahead to 2018, James Somauroo and Sarah Shepherd give their expert reflections on the top trends in digital health we should be watching in 2018.
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.
Scale | Health is a scale-up programme that provides the missing link between decision makers in public and private sector health and small businesses. The programme will be delivered in collaboration, leveraging the combined network of PwC, Digital Catapult and DigitalHealth.London to ensure potential customers, partners and investors meet the scale-ups that are set to transform the future of health.
We are delighted to have been commissioned by RYSE Asset Management LLP to provide screening and evaluation of promising early stage digital health businesses. Using our extensive networks and market knowledge of the health and care sector, we will assess the feasibility of, and the clinical needs met by companies, with a view to introducing a small number of them to the firm.
NHS providers in London have revealed the extent to which smartphones, the Internet and Bluetooth are improving patient care and look set to save the capital’s NHS millions each year. The ‘Digital Leadership in London’s NHS’ report reveals that within eight months of cohort start, the 31 start-ups and digital companies backed by DigitalHealth.London have achieved strong uptake across the capital.
DigitalHealth.London, MedCity, and NIHR NOCRI have developed a Digital Health Evidence Map to support early-stage and late-stage digital health SMEs generate evidence to support adoption into the NHS. It maps the organisations available to help SMEs provide infrastructure to trial their technology and where to go to get more information.
Hannah Harvey, creator of "Ask The Midwife" app, won September's 5x5x5 pitch audience over with a clear and thought-through innovation aiming to reduce pressure on emergency and maternity services through 24 hour access to trained midwives at the touch of a button. Learn about the other innovations presented, and sign up to our next event.