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DigitalHealth.London and Centric Health TV collaborate to support sharing of digital health innovations

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DigitalHealth.London and Centric Health TV are working together to share digital health stories via video, to support the spread of health tech innovations.

DigitalHealth.London was launched in 2016 with the aim of creating an active digital health market in London by removing some of the challenges that were holding innovators back.

It connects NHS staff, digital health companies and academics, and equips them to improve the NHS and social care in London through digital technology. It hosts four programmes that provide bespoke services to digital health leaders who are tackling the biggest challenges facing patients, and NHS and social care staff.

Centric is a clinically led, interactive media platform where best practice in digital healthcare can be readily shared across the NHS and health and social care space, engaging large and diverse audiences.

DigitalHealth.London’s Accelerator programme is a highly competitive 12-month programme for digital health companies that have high potential products or services which help tackle current NHS and social care challenges. Earlier this month, Centric welcomed DigitalHealth.London’s Senior NHS Navigator, Ruth Bradbury, to share her updates on the Accelerator Programme and this video is due to be published later this month.

Ruth Bradbury, Senior NHS Navigator at DigitalHealth.London, says, “At DigitalHealth.London we support both NHS staff and digital health companies to make an impact in the healthcare ecosystem. We’re happy to be working with Centric Health TV to help the spread of these innovations.”

Douglas Hamandishe, CCIO, Presenter and Broadcaster, Centric Health TV ‘We are really excited to be collaborating with DigitalHealth.London. Our missions are aligned in terms of supporting and showcasing the latest technology across health and social care and we, at Centric, can help share these innovations to our community via our platforms and partner platforms.’

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