When there are so many innovative ideas contending to improve patient care, what’s the best way to get your innovation in front of the right NHS decision makers?
There are just a few days left to apply for the Accelerator, which opened its doors for applications for the fourth time 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. Successful companies will share a commitment to working with London’s NHS, and spending a significant proportion of their time in the capital. Take a look at our FAQs for more info: www.digitalhealth.london/accelerator/faqs
If you’d like more information about the programme, application process, and criteria, you can sign up to one of our information webinars, being held throughout the application period. You’ll be taken through the programme and processes, and get the chance to ask the team questions:
Still not sure if our Accelerator programme is for you? Hear what innovators Vivek, Chris, Jo, and Felix have to say about their experiences – they may help you decide if it’s the right fit: www.digitalhealth.london/accelerator/accelerator-videos
Good luck if you choose to apply!
Dr Jo Garland, Clinical Lead at Infinity Health talks about how almost everything the business achieves is in some way down to their involvement with the Accelerator.
Dr Felix Jackson, Founder and Medical Director at medCrowd, talks about how the Accelerator helped his company “pivot.”
Vivek Patni, Co-Founder and Director at Lavanya, and Chris Whittle, Founder and CEO at Q doctor, talk about how the Accelerator has helped connect their companies to NHS organisations, and support them with setting up NHS pilots and contracts.