Transforming the NHS through digital
DigitalHealth.London works with the NHS to address their needs through digital health. Our Digital Pioneer Fellowship programme supports NHS staff driving digital change on the ground. We work with digital health companies to refine products and services to meet the needs of the NHS and social care sector, and to help build an evidence base that allows NHS organisations to feel confident about choosing the right technologies.
How we can help
- Help you find products and/or services which meet your organisation’s needs
- Connect you with relevant innovators or academics in our network to gain insights
- Share resources, connections and advice
- A 12-month Digital Pioneer Fellowship programme supporting NHS staff to design and lead digital projects, and develop professionally
Discover innovative products, services and innovations
Find digital health companies/products, NHS innovators and transformation case studies relevant to you and your organisation
Limbic has built an AI therapy assistant to support NHS patients and clinicians throughout treatment – from referral to discharge.
Rachel is the Macmillan Gynaecology Clinical Nurse Specialist at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital. Her project is focused on implementing a patient initiated follow up pathway for patients who have been treated for endometrial cancers.
PocketEye is a cloud-based platform that enables secure communication between primary and secondary eye care, ensuring seamless referrals and enabling remote specialist triaging for eye care.
Vanessa is Senior Project Manager & App Lead for the Maternity Transformation Programme at North West London Integrated Care System (NWL ICS). She leads on two major projects – The Mum & Baby App and setting up the Perinatal Pelvic Health Service Pilot across NWL.
Ramandeep is passionate about digital innovation, clinical informatics, patient and medicines safety and developments in information technology globally.
Featured case studies
CW+ and DigitalHealth.London: A partnership to bring digital innovation to the forefront of the NHS
CW+, the official charity of Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, is one of DigitalHealth.London’s delivery partners. Both the charity and Trust are working at the forefront of the digital health space, piloting new technologies and supporting staff to embrace digital.
Refining the Feebris value proposition to meet NHS needs
Feebris’ mission is to bring AI-powered diagnostics and accelerated treatment to every household around the globe, beginning with the most vulnerable communities. Find out how Feebris refined their value proposition to meet NHS needs during their time on the DigitalHealth.London Accelerator.
Channel shift to digital outpatient workshop, Midlands and East of England
Spreading digital expertise in outpatients from the Welsh Coast to East Anglia. On 24 September 2018, around 150 delegates attended the Channel shift to digital…
Creating a GP SatNav
Annie’s team created a navigation template “The GP SatNav” whereby receptionists can efficiently navigate the patient to the right health professional at the right time.
Evidence Generation Case Study: Regimen
The DigitalHealth.London Generator has supported Regimen to identify the data needed to support their evidence generation, as well as facilitating a partnership with Self-Care Academic Research Unit (SCARU) at Imperial College London.
Digital Remote monitoring in care homes
NHS and Councils in Kent and Medway aimed to reach isolated care homes during the pandemic in 2020 and Mark’s team scaled this work to provide digital remote monitoring in 2021.
DigitalHealth.London is delivered by London’s Medcity by MedCity, CW+ and two of London’s Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs) – the Health Innovation Network and UCLPartners. The AHSNs were set up by NHS England in 2013 and were relicensed from April 2018 to operate as the key innovation arm of the NHS. DigitalHealth.London is hosted by the AHSN for South London, the Health Innovation Network which is hosted by Guy’s and St Thomas’ Foundation Trust.