Description This ITT has been issued by Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. Its purpose is to invite tenders from suitably experienced and qualified supplier(s) of digital health solutions through one or more of technology development and application, co-design, inclusion, policy and strategy, evidence and evaluation. The services sourced under this agreement will directly …

by Heather Smith

The main programme of the conference is content submitted through this Call for Proposals. The key novelty this year compared to previous MyData conferences is that submitters are asked to propose a full session (90 min) or series of sessions to the conference. If you have a presentation or a shorter proposal in mind, share your idea in the #conference-programme Slack …

by Heather Smith

President of the Estonian Medical Students’ Association Helen Kasemaa and Treasurer of the Estonian Medical Students’ Association Neeme Ilves explain why medical students are interested in innovation and why they decided to join the Connected Health Cluster. According to Kasemaa and Ilves, the Estonian Medical Students’ Association (EstMSA) primarily expects the cluster to allow them …

by Heather Smith

London, August 19, 2020 – Pure IP is proud to announce they can now offer full PSTN replacement services in 40 countries worldwide, more than any other provider of enterprise telephony. Pure IP has added services in two new territories; Malaysia and Bulgaria, including access to their Microsoft Teams Direct Routing solution, full CLI, local …

by Heather Smith

Building a Healthier Global Community with AI and MI3 Beijing and online, October 21-25, 2020 Call for Contributions Following the successful cooperation of CMIA and EFMI on the 1stEU-China Health Summit, the 2nd EU-China Health Summit on Medical Innovation and Technology Transfer will be hosted by CPDE, CMIA, CTA, and CHIMS in China on October 21-25, …

by Heather Smith

WIRED Health:Tech explores some of the most compelling technological advances driving the future of patient care. This virtual conference will gather fascinating disruptors in health, medicine and science to investigate the direct impact of COVID-19, as well as the trends that the pandemic has accelerated. The programme covers artificial intelligence, telehealth, surgical robotics and next-gen …

by Heather Smith

During the COVID-19 lockdown in Denmark, traditional antenatal classes for future parents were cancelled all over the country due to precautions and regulations about size of gatherings. This meant that pregnant women and their partners lost an important part of the Danish pregnancy services. Online antenatal webinars are a service made to support these families. …

by Heather Smith

The idea to give medical advice safely over the phone originates from over a decade ago. The joint development of the cluster has now grown into the personalised consultation service provided on the Family Doctors’ Advice Line – the doctor answering the phone can see the callers’ personal health data with their permission to be …

by Heather Smith

Many sectors have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic, none more so, nor more directly, than healthcare. We are already seeing organisations in many areas, such as universities, businesses and public administrations that leverage digital technology to adapt to this unprecedented crisis, from adopting remote working practices to using big data to inform lockdown policy. …

by Heather Smith

In the last two months, the pilot sites of the ValueCare project have deeply studied the use and the function of the virtual coach  as one of the most important toosl of ValueCare digital solution, proposed and  developed by  Fondazione Bruno Kessler (FBK). Virtual coach will be the “voice” of the ValueCare app; there, the …

by Heather Smith

The ambition of SmartWork’s holistic approach is to support active and healthy ageing at work for older office workers, through a suite of smart services, building a Worker-Centric AI System for work ability sustainability. In other words, keeping ageing people working for longer by supporting them with unobtrusive sensing and monitoring of their health, behaviour, …

by Heather Smith

As announced during the Online Workshop Big Data and the Future of Population Health, PULSE Project is going to launched its first Online Course “Big Data to Policy” in September. The course is divided in 13 modules (see below). It intends for urban policy makers and practitioners, representatives of community initiatives and organizations, and anybody …

by Heather Smith

Campania approach to share the opportunities provided by EU_SHAFE Interreg project has been implemented in the framework of the EIP on AHA Campania Reference Site, and builds on the solid foundations of the ProMIS regional network for Health Innovation. Since November 2019 this approach has been supporting a progressive engagement of the stakeholders of the …

by Heather Smith

The DISH’s Consortium is pleased to launch the online workshop “DISH – Digital skills for the health workforce – European Reference Group first workshop“, which will take place on 30th September 2020 at 14:00 – 15:30 CEST. The workshop will allow the dissemination of DISH, its objectives, activities, and progress and will be the occasion …

by Heather Smith

What if, instead of being known for red tape, government agencies won a reputation for green-lighting—as many have in implementing their stimulus initiatives related to COVID-19? What if, instead of imposing barriers and the same level of scrutiny on all, they eased access to services for the majority, offering speed and convenience, all at lower …

by Heather Smith

Lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic: building a stronger and more resilient diabetes ecosystem. We will not remain idle waiting for the second wave or the next pandemic! Disruptions caused by the current pandemic, such as restrictive lockdown measures, modified living conditions and inadequate access to care have placed a huge burden on people living with …

by Heather Smith

Public Health Wales, in partnership with the NHS Wales Informatics Service, Swansea University and Social Care Wales have been selected as one of five of The Health Foundation Networked Data Labs. They will receive up to £400,000 over two years to form a community of analysts working on the biggest health and care challenges. The Health Foundation’s Networked Data Labs is the …

by Heather Smith

If you’ve ever had a serious treatment or procedure done, you might have been asked to fill out a questionnaire and rate your recovery after the fact. These questionnaires are called Patient Recorded Outcome Measures (PROMs) and they come in various shapes and sizes. Depending on where you’ve had your treatment you might have been …

by Heather Smith

Oulu-based startup company Cerenion’s C-Trend® medical device software makes it easy to interpret the EEG of intensive care patients. The company aims to license the brain function monitoring technology to major medical device manufacturers – with the help of IPR investments. Cerenion got started through the university and with support from Business Finland. When a …

by Heather Smith

Oulu-based iSTOC answers the need for testing large populations quickly and cost-efficiently with its mobile diagnostics solution for screening and mapping the spread of different infectious diseases, like Covid-19. The innovation is used with rapid tests that can detect antibodies from a small drop of blood. Test results are scanned with a smartphone and digitized. iSTOC is now …

by Heather Smith

A two-year joint Nordic cluster collaboration has been very successful in helping Nordic companies with digital healthcare solutions entering the German market. Learn about the value of a strong international cluster collaboration and the positive results from the project Digital Health and Care 4.0 Germany has one of the oldest populations in Europe. At the …

by Heather Smith

Since April 2020, the Digital Health and Care Institute (DHI) has delivered a range of decision support tools for COVID at pace through its Right Decision Service platform. This includes: Nine mobile apps delivering COVID-related guidance and pathways to frontline practitioners in NHS Boards. These cover: management of COVID in anaesthesia and ITU (3 apps), …

by Heather Smith

Organisations can apply for a share of up to £345,000 (inc VAT) to develop new solutions using digital technology to provide psychological support. This is a Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI) competition funded by NHS Scotland. Successful applicants will receive 100% funding and have access to advice from NHS Grampian. The aim is to increase availability of …

by Heather Smith

Connected Health Ltd has become Northern Ireland’s first Living Wage-accredited care provider. The fastest growing advanced homecare company in the UK and Ireland, announced the move following the launch of a recruitment campaign to fill 150 new job roles across its NI operations. The Living Wage accreditation will see all Connected Health carers receive a …

by Heather Smith

Imperial has established a new partnership with The George Institute for Global Health, focusing on innovative and sustainable global health systems. The George Institute will join forces with Imperial’s world leading School of Public Health for an initial period of twelve months to spur transformative interdisciplinary research, impact-driven advocacy, and disruptive entrepreneurship through collaborations between …

by Heather Smith

It has become received wisdom that the NHS struggles to adopt digital innovation, with many government reports and research papers highlighting barriers to the spread of technology. Yet during the Covid-19 pandemic, many NHS providers have moved services online at astonishing pace. This paper, commissioned by the Academic Health Science Network, looks at four digital …

by Heather Smith

This short report shares learning from the research and development phase of the national decision support programme in NHS Scotland. It outlines how the programme has adopted an outcomes-focused approach which has guided critical decisions on solution design, engagement of policy sponsors, clinical and management leaders, implementation and evaluation approach, technical architecture and technology development. …

by Heather Smith

ECHAlliance member Connected Health Ltd introduce ‘Care Drop’ a new concept in home care by Connected Health. Delivering better outcomes and patient centred care. Watch the video below to learn more

by Heather Smith

Did you miss the EPIC webinar entitled: ‘How should we continue to work together across Cornwall to develop digital health innovations into the future?’ View the webinar below!

by Heather Smith