Giant Health event launching in digital health capital

The Giant health event is attracting an impressive lineup of high-profile global speakers in preparation for its launch in London on 16-18 November. The event, hosted at the historical Coronet, at Elephant and Castle is bringing over 200 speakers together to the capital, which is emerging as the digital health capital of the world. The…


Event: Mobilise the NHS

An event aimed at bringing together NHS clinical staff and small digital companies to jointly design software applications has been organised to take place on 18 November and 5 January 2017. Titled ‘Mobilise the NHS’, the event invites Northwest based digital SMEs with an interest in healthcare to join the Greater Manchester Academic Health Science…


Blood glucose monitoring system launches in UK

Global specialist diabetes care company, Ascensia Diabetes Care, has launched its Contour Next One blood glucose monitoring system in the UK. The system, which logs blood glucose readings, helps people with diabetes easily understand their results. It connects to the company’s Next One meter which helps users monitor their blood glucose levels. It also connects…


£400,000 fund offered to mental health digital innovators

The NHS are offering digital innovators the chance to apply for a share of £400,000, to help speed up the adoption of digital technologies that are geared towards helping people with mental health. Business management consultant, mHabitat are delivering the NHS England funded Digital Development Lab, where 6 to 8 innovations will be chosen to…


Fab Change Day driving opinion in the NHS

The NHS has launched #FabChangeDay, a countrywide event that gives NHS staff and the general public a chance to make health orientated pledges and give their opinions on what they would like to see change within the health service. The event began in 2013 as a collective movement towards change in the NHS. As a…

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