16 companies have been chosen to compete in this year’s Digital Health Rewired Pitchfest.
Taking place between 15-19 March 2021 as part of Rewired 2021, the short-listed companies will compete to be named Pitchfest champions by the judges, and win a chance to pilot their solution at an NHS site. For the second year running Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and their charity, CW+ will offer winners a real-world test bed in whichever care setting their concept or start-up is based.
The short-listed companies are:
- Concentric Health – a digital consent and shared decision making web application
- FeelTect – a smart leg ulcer dressing and platform
- Feebris – an AI tool which helps carers to identify health risks and deterioration within elderly communities
- Eupnoos – an app which uses AI for lung condition diagnosis and monitoring
- MediShout – an app which allows healthcare staff to report operational issues and uses AI to help predict potential issues and bottlenecks
- EnrichMyCare – a remote personal health monitoring platform for children with disabilities
- MRI My Pacemaker – a cloud-based referrals platform for MRI scans
- Digital Health (OXDH) – cloud-based platform help to enable remote consultations
- Joy – a social prescribing app which involves connecting patients to non-clinical services that improve health and wellbeing
- VUI Diagnostics – a device which provides simple retinal screening to help tackle global blindness
- Apian – helps connect the healthcare industry with the drone industry via an application programming interface (API)
- Peppy Health – an app which provides access to specialist support and resources specific to major life transitions such as menopause, fertility and parenthood
- Kids Speech Labs – online platform which uses data and clinical experience to benchmark children’s language and speech
- Open Medical – digital platform which allows doctors to triage, track, plan and review the care of patients
- Virti Healthcare – uses mixed reality (XR), artificial intelligence and gamification to help healthcare employees learn faster and remember training for longer.
- Tekihealth Solutions – digital hub which facilities remote consultations
DigitalHealth.London is partnering with Rewired Pitchfest this year and Programme Director Jenny Thomas said, “Congratulations to all of the 16 finalists in this year’s Pitchfest. The shortlisting process was highly competitive and each and every one shortlisted has a fantastic offer to the NHS and social care sector today. I look forward to participating in the event next month.”
Dafydd Loughran, CEO of Accelerator SME Concentric Health said, “Digital Health Rewired’s yearly pitchfest shortlist has become a marker of the innovations to look out for in the NHS over the following months – a group of solutions that are chosen because of their potential to help NHS organisations. I am delighted that Concentric has been included in this group.”
Adam Bacon, Co-founder and COO of Accelerator SME Feebris said, “We’re chuffed to be invited back to Pitchfest for a second year running. We love any opportunity to talk about the next generation of remote monitoring and how we are transforming community healthcare. We’re also super proud to share the stage with fellow DigitalHealth.London Accelerator companies and alumni.”
Patrick Harding, CEO and Founder of Launchpad alumnus Joy, said, “We’re thrilled to be shortlisted for the Digital Health Rewired Pitchfest. At Joy we’re on a mission to add ten-years to life expectancy through social prescribing and the collaboration with DigitalHealth.London is helping us realise that mission a little more every day. It’s been a tough year and I think we can all agree that the world needs a bit more Joy.”
Dr Simon Rabinowicz, Co-founder of Accelerator SME VUI Diagnositcs, said, “We are thrilled to have been shortlisted for this year’s Digital Health Rewired Pitchfest. VUI diagnostics is working to make retinal imaging simple, affordable and accurate. The DigitalHealth.London Accelerator programme has been helping us to validate our evidence generation strategy and prepare for market entry.”
Mridula Pore, CEO & Co-Founder of Accelerator SME Peppy Health said, “We are very excited to have been shortlisted for Digital Health Rewired Pitchfest 2021, an event celebrating the best in digital health and data. Peppy is transforming digital healthcare, providing expert support through some of life’s biggest transitions: fertility, parenthood and menopause. Our secure platform connects users to professional support in the moments that matter, at the touch of a button. Being a part of this year’s DigitalHealth.London Accelerator programme has given us access to valuable expertise, information and connections that are helping us grow at scale, at a time when people need accessible, trustworthy support more than ever.”
Stephen Hart, COO of Accelerator alumnus Virti, said, “As alumni of Digital health.London and the NHS’ National Accelerator programme Virti are delighted to be taking part in the Digital Health Rewired Pitchfest at a time when remote, digital education and training is vital for both patients and the healthcare workforce together with the wider economy as organisations look to bounce back from COVID-19”.
The DigitalHealth.London Accelerator is a collaborative programme funded by London’s three Academic Health Science Networks – UCL Partners, Imperial College Health Partners, and the Health Innovation Network, MedCity, CW+ and receives match funding from the European Regional Development Fund.