Starting today, digital health innovators can submit their applications for the 2020-2021 programme of the DigitalHealth.London Accelerator.
Now in its fifth year, the initiative has supported over 100 digital health companies, with 160 additional NHS contracts reportedly signed.
The programme works with up to 20 SMEs over a 12-month period, facilitating access to bespoke advice and support, expert-led workshops, events and other initiatives helping innovators connect with organisations with specific challenges.
Encouraging applications from a variety of innovators, it is now looking for SMEs with the “highest potential” to reduce pressures on the NHS and help patients better manage their own health.
DigitalHealth.London says innovators that have a well-defined product and are ready to start building an evidence base are most likely to benefit from the support offered through the programme.
Applications are open until midnight 5 July, and support for the companies selected will start in November.
To find out more, you can join Programme Director Sara Nelson and SMEs previously involved in the programme on 20 May at 11am (BST) for a DigitalHealth.London Accelerator 101 Webinar.
There will also be a Twitter Q&A from 2pm-3pm (BST) on 21 May. Questions can be submitted by tagging @DHealthLDN and using the hashtag #DHLAQandA.
More information on submitting your application can be found here: digitalhealth.london/accelerator/.