The latest industry news round up from Digital Health features news of a collaboration to export innovative UK health tech companies.
Public Policy Projects called on the government to use digital innovation to better enable collaboration across the NHS and social care.
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.
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has partnered up with The Burdett Trust for Nursing to create a Nursing Innovation Fellow position.
Think tank the Institute of Public Policy found the NHS could save £10 billion from reduced costs related to health by improving access to technology.
Patients must feel a sense of agency and control over what happens to their data and health data must always be used in a way that is safe, a report found.
More needs to be done to encourage innovation within the NHS ensure widespread early patient access to technology, a Medical Technology Group report found.
The lab provides a space for digital innovation design, bringing together health tech businesses, clinicians and patients to develop and test solutions.
Speaking at HETT, Gould said NHSX must set the foundations to enable innovators to build and scale their technologies more quickly across the NHS.