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Article 50: what does it mean for British medical innovators?

At the end of the week in which prime minister Theresa May officially invoked Article 50, thus triggering the process of exiting the EU, Dave Gray, editor of Digital Health Age’s sister title Med-Tech Innovation looks at the possible outcomes for the UK’s healthtech sector. Now that the die has been cast, it’s time for the deal-making process…


PwC to drive health tech in the North West

PwC’s (PricewaterhouseCoopers) ‘Future of Health’ programme launches to help innovative health and medtech start-ups scale. The group’s start-up growth programme has announced the launch The Future of Health. Based in Salford and starting March 2017, in collaboration with UP ventures group, the 12 week programme focusses on employee wellbeing, connected healthcare and long term care….


Wearable device for Parkinson’s gets approval in Europe

The Parkinson’s KinetiGraph (PKG) system is an algorithm-based system that uses wearable tech to record body movements and other symptoms over the course of seven days, and creates data-driven reports that allow more personalised treatment and management decisions. Global Kinetics Corporation, the firm behind the device, has now secured CE marking on its new second…


Listen up: connected hearing aids on show at CES

Oticon, a specialist in hearing aid technology will showcase Oticon Opn at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas from January 5-8, 2017. The device will also feature at today’s (January 3) CES Unveiled event. Oticon Opn is claimed to be the world’s first hearing aid to connect to the internet via the…


Admissions prevention platform gets NHS thumbs up

ArtemusICS, a data driven population health intelligence platform, which allows community teams to identify and keep patients out of hospital through earlier detection and intervention, has announced it has been invited to join the NHS Innovation Accelerator. Each of the innovations included in the accelerator from the 2016 submissions are evidence-based and cost-saving and focus…

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