Every week, we put a spotlight on one of the DigitalHealth.London Accelerator or Launchpad companies. Here’s a roundup of this month’s featured SME’s:About: A charity with a mission to improve the health of society through technology and analytics. Specifically focussed on accelerating the path to diagnosis.
Recent success: We’ve utilised existing medical taxonomies & NHS data sets to fast track the training of our AI solution, saving precious charity funds for development of our app prototype – due to launch in Q3 2020.
Ask: Introductions to Healthcare Professionals with a particular interest in helping long term undiagnosed patients.
Learn more: www.whiteswan.org.uk @WhiteSwan4Good
About: LifeBox standardises and optimises patient supplied information prior to surgery, by creating an efficient yet thorough digital pre-assessment tool to assist hospital staff and their patients before a hospital procedure.
Recent success: Following the introduction of the LifeBox digital assessment process we have seen:
- 60% reduction in face to face appointments
- £80,000 cost saving in one year
- 22000 patients registered
- 6 hospitals using LifeBox for their pre-assessment
- cost of a traditional POA service reduced from £31 to £12.12 for ePOA
Ask: We’d love discussions with London and National NHS Trusts and help with integration into the NHS spine.
Learn more: www.lifeboxhealth.com @LifeBoxHealth
Recent success: Patchwork kicked off the year with three exciting new trust partnerships: Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust, Warrington and Halton Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.
The team received an HSJ Partnership award and a Health Tech News Award in partnership with York Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
Patchwork also recently launched Patchwork Insights to give healthcare organisations power over their data.
Ask: Introductions to healthcare organisations looking to transform or build their staff bank/temporary staffing function.
About: Phlo are a Digital Distance Pharmacy that delivers NHS and private prescriptions directly to the patient, either by direct delivery door to door or via Royal Mail.
Recent success: Providing patients across London with acute and repeat prescriptions with an average delivery time of two hours. Phlo’s app is used by a wide range of patients aged 18 to 78 years old. The average registration process time is less than 3 minutes.
With the spread of COVID-19, Phlo’s service has experienced a significant increase in user numbers. We’ve seen demand from those most vulnerable in society as well as those affected by self-isolation and social distancing. Phlo is proud to stand with the NHS and the UK government as they work to stem the spread of COVID-19.
Ask: To share the brand of Phlo to anyone that may need help.