The Digital Health Partnership Award for supporting people at home is currently only available to NHS organisations in England.
The Digital Health Partnership Award for supporting people at home is being run across two phases in 2021 to 2022. Both phases will look to scale digital products and services that support people remotely to monitor their health and care.
Bids need to identify how they will deliver the opportunity at pace, with clear and sustainable outcomes and how each partner involved adds value to the bid.
The award supports technologies across the spectrum of development, from novel deployment through to scaling proven technology. Bids must be submitted by an NHS organisation in England, identifying the technology, partnership stakeholders and opportunity the bid seeks to support.
All winning bids will need to fulfil the prerequisites. For example, all technology must adhere to the Digital Technology Assessment Criteria (DTAC) and deliver evidence to validate the success and shared learning opportunities for future scaling opportunities.
Apply by 10 December 2021.