Digital Health Technology Catalyst: Showcase of Projects
Posted on 14/02/2020
This booklet was produced following a live showcase of Innovate UK funded Digital Heath R&D projects. The event, hosted at the University of Leeds in October 2019, included a series of short pitches from several of the businesses that led or partnered these innovative product and service development programmes. Those pitches, when viewed in this collection, provide a powerful snapshot of the UK’s Digital Health Innovation pipeline. The projects were at differing stages when this document was compiled, some deployed to end users, some still in early stage development. The contact information included in the booklet will enable readers interested in what they have seen to discover more about these activities.
The Digital Health Technology Catalyst (DHTC) is a £35 million fund run over 4 years as part of the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund. It is a core element of the government’s plans to implement the Accelerated Access Review (AAR). It aims to address challenges the review identified in the development of digital health innovations, and to help grow the digital health sector.
You can view the full PDF here.
You can view our YouTube playlist of the projects here.
This playlist features the following projects:
Asthma+me – Aseptika Ltd
Asthma+me SMART: Evidence-based, AI-powered, self-care for children (6-12 yrs) with moderate to severe asthma treated as outpatients in secondary or tertiary care.
Body Aspect – a virtual reality (VR) application or eating disorders and obesity
Fundamental Surgery is a SaaS platform for delivering haptically enabled virtual reality surgical training, with real-time feedback, accredited by the Royal College of Surgeons.
Lenos COPD Service
My Diabetes My Way (MDMW)
Oslr – medical bedside teaching platform
Sano Genetics develop tools to ensure the public can access, understand, manage and share their digital genetic information online securely.