Now in its fifth consecutive year the DigitalHealth.London programme has provided support to a number of successful digital innovations now used in the NHS.
This month’s industry round up features news that the successful applicants of Yorkshire and Humbers accelerator programme have been announced.
Gender imbalance in digital health has long been debated and Katie Shevlin looks into why addressing the issue will take time but has to be driven now.
A total of $7.5bn was invested into a range of digital health start-ups in the US health sector in 2019 making it the second highest in terms of investment.
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Around 170,000 people are expected to attend CES 2020 in Las Vegas this week with digital health and wellness likely to feature heavily.
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Digital Health has partnered up with the Health Informatics Unit of the Royal College of Physicians to support the promotion of technology to improve the delivery of safe care, clinical leadership in technology initiatives and professionalisation of health informatics.
A series of emails chronicling the legal spat between Babylon and the Care Quality Commission has been made public, revealing the firm threatened to sue the regulator for any damages arising from an inspection report.
The winning project at the Summer Schools NHS Hack Day demonstrated how a tool for accessing GP records can be replaced with a free NHS alternative.
Last week saw the biggest and most successful Summer Schools yet, with 400 NHS IT leaders gathered at Birmingham University to accelerate NHS digitisation.