The Department of Health and Social Care has released an additional £215 million to help tackle some of the biggest health challenges facing the NHS.
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Local authorities, adult social care providers, researchers and academic institutions have been invited to apply for a share of £1.58m split into three “streams” to fund new means of digitising the flow of information between adult social care and health settings.
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The government has announced it is releasing £760 million into the NHS, which includes money to improve the use of its digital programme as part of the national health body’s 70th birthday.
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Six sites across the UK are to be given a share of £54million funding to address challenging healthcare issues through the use of data science.
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Digital health businesses from across the country are to be given the opportunity to take part in a programme which aims to solve challenges facing the NHS through digital innovations.
Doctaly, a UK-based online platform that enables NHS doctors to see private patients around their contracted hours, has been awarded more than £900,000 in funding.
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A British breast cancer charity has been awarded £655,000 to further develop an app which supports women once their cancer treatment has ended.
Fragmentation within the NHS and a lack of resources are stopping the spread of innovation, a new report from the Academic Health Science Networks (AHSN) has suggested.
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Start-up companies are being encouraged by Digital Health.London to apply for the Early Stage Opportunity Fund, which aims to develop innovation in the health technology sector.
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