We offer highly competitive, expert-led programmes for digital health companies
Our Accelerator, Launchpad and Generator programmes provide bespoke business support and guidance to digital health companies. We facilitate industry partnerships which target NHS and social care pressures in London. Our programmes are driven by our specialist NHS insight, wider health sector network and research expertise.
How we can help
- An opportunity to gain bespoke support through applying to our Accelerator, Launchpad and Evidence Generation Bootcamp programmes
- We provide insights into NHS digital transformation happening now through our Digital Pioneer Fellowship
- We share resources, news, events and opportunities relevant to digital health innovators
The Accelerator is a highly competitive 12-month programme for digital health companies that have products or services with high potential to meet NHS and social care challenges.
The Launchpad is a three-month programme for early-stage digital health companies that have a product or service in development or ready to launch with high potential to meet NHS and social care challenges.
The Evidence Generation Bootcamp provides a unique opportunity for digital health companies to navigate the challenges of evidence generation.
Featured case studies
The UK Israel Dangoor Health Initiative
In 2018 the UK Israel Tech Hub, based at the British Embassy in Israel, launched a new health accelerator programme – the UK Israel Dangoor Health Initiative…
Evidence Generation Case Study: Concentric Health
The Evidence Generator workshops led to brokering a discussion with Peter Lovell from the National Institute for Health Research RDS to support future work in a qualitative evaluation of Concentric’s platform.
getUBetter: Patient impact and digital inclusion
getUBetter is an evidence based, CE marked, digital self-management platform for all common musculoskeletal injuries and conditions. Find out how GetUBetter was co-designed to meet the needs of patients.
Rolling out a digital consent pilot for patients undergoing surgery
Phoebe Allen, Quality and Improvement manager for planned care, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, led a digital consent pilot within General Surgery and Colorectal Surgery, where consultants have access to a library of consent forms linked to a patient record system.
Sweatcoin and South West London: Collaboration in digital health for Diabetes Prevention
Accelerator alumnus company Sweatcoin partnered with the NHS South West London Health & Care Partnership, following a pitch they gave at the Accelerator launch event for the 2019/20 cohort.