Today DigitalHealth.London is proud to announce the nine digital health companies selected for the fourth cohort of the Launchpad programme. The nine companies selected are at an early stage of developing a product or service that has high potential to meet the current challenges facing the NHS and social care today.
The programme will support companies by providing access to knowledge sharing events that will help them understand demand and bring the product or process to market. The programme will provide up to 12 hours of support to participants over a three-month period, including workshops, bespoke 1:1 guidance from DigitalHealth.London consultants and advice from key founding and strategic partners to bring rich and diverse expertise across healthcare innovation.
Jenny Thomas, Programme Director, DigitalHealth.London, said: “We are thrilled to announce the nine digital health companies joining the fourth cohort of the DigitalHealth.London Launchpad. We look forward to working with them over the next three months to provide them with the support and advice they need in getting their innovative products ready to launch and ready to meet the needs of the NHS and social care.”
The digital health companies selected for the fourth cohort of the DigitalHealth.London Launchpad programme are:
- AIRx – a process automation and data analytics platform for patient records that transforms primary healthcare by solving overworking and understaffing.
- Ally Health – Ally Health is launching AllyDx, a full-service remote testing package which streamlines patient handling where it matters most.
- bumpf – a lifesaving pregnancy app for the next generation, integrating content proven to save lives, it’s fun, trusted and dynamic nature allows users to completely personalise their own journey.
- Canopie – a digital platform to prevent and address symptoms of maternal depression and anxiety.
- FotoConsent – a safe, hassle free, medical image and data sharing platform for healthcare professionals and their patients.
- Lister – a secure digital task management platform, aiming to reduce the clinical cognitive burden whilst supporting NHS staff to deliver outstanding hospital care.
- MedQ – a smart platform that helps healthcare professionals complete patient assessments using a three-step process: Select-Send-Analyse.
- Patientcheck.in – a self-triage and queue management solution.
- PocketEye – 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.
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- European Regional Development Fund
The project is receiving up to £3.8 million of funding from the England European Regional Development Fund as part of the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme 2014-2020. The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (and in London the intermediate body Greater London Authority) is the Managing Authority for European Regional Development Fund. Established by the European Union, the European Regional Development Fund helps local areas stimulate their economic development by investing in projects which will support innovation, businesses, create jobs and local community.
For more information visit gov.uk/european-growth-funding