London South Bank University's SimDH programme are pleased to announce that 17 new businesses have joined their second cohort.
SimDH provides free business and R&D support to small-to-medium sized Digital Health businesses based in London. These businesses must be designing, producing or evaluating new-to-market products, processes or services for the Health & Wellbeing sector.
SimDH's Summer 2021 cohort covers businesses from the following areas:
Each business will receive a tailored programme journey and access to a minimum of 12-hours support through workshops and consultancy. The cohort will also be able to access industry expertise from MedCity, SEHTA and Fractional IP.
SimDH Senior Project Manager, George Boorman, says:
“I’m very excited to welcome a new round health technology companies into the new SimDH cohort. They are working to solve a breadth of important problems ranging from chronic condition self-management, personalised women’s health services, digital services for health literacy, and innovative employee wellbeing solutions. We look forward to collaborating to drive their innovations forward!”
Read on to find out more about each businesses and their aims.
Software providers to the social care sector.
Empowering women and clinicians with the knowledge to make female birth control decisions safe, personalised and patient-centered.
Combining total customer-centricity with machine learning, behavioural science, clinical and practical content via a digital health app.
Immersive medical training simulations development and production studio
Promoting and delivering a digital healthcare platform for use by the NHS and other healthcare services
Developing an ecosystem of services to support mental wellbeing underpinned by the largest active community who know the value of investing in their mental fitness.
This social enterprise is a consortia of independent counsellors, psychotherapists and social care specialists
Aiming to reduce illness-related suffering, starting with cancer. Natia Cares is app-based and provides digital therapeutic oncology interventions that are evidence-formed through academic research/ plan.
Nerea provides non-pharmaceutical tools and services to mental health care providers. Their flagship product, Innercube, helps therapists engage children online by inserting a cartoon character into the session.
A mental wellness app for mothers (soon parents) offering a multi disciplinary self-care toolkit & support team in mum's pocket.
On a mission to get people singing to support wellbeing, on:song run choirs, singing workshops and cultural projects for individuals and forward-thinking organisations worldwide.
A virtual-first healthcare clinic that specialises in treatment and prevention of chronic conditions.
Using machine learning to detect infection and ischaemia in diabetic foot ulcers to prevent deterioration due to delayed diagnosis.
Offering ultra long-term remote neurological monitoring solutions. Their UKCA-marked SOENIA® Medical Diary enables patients to track their symptoms and easily and securely report them to their clinician.
A complete solution for General Practices to manage patients with long-term conditions.
Creating a breath-based diagnostic platform, to improve the accuracy and efficiency of diagnosis of lung diseases.
A registered charity providing information and support to people with, or at risk of, long-term health conditions.
Take a look at some of the work SimDH has supported previously through our case studies.