Digital Health London Accelerator Programme
What is Digital.Health.London Accelerator?
Here at Insource, we have been selected as one of 30 members of the new Digital Health London Accelerator cohort for 2017-18.
The Accelerator aims to accelerate the adoption of digital health solutions in the heart of the capital. The Accelerator is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund, as part of the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme 2014-2020.
Insource provides innovative and proven data preparation and automation solutions which enable organisations to automate the gathering, managing and sharing of their information. This allows businesses to have confidence in their data to get the right insight, at the right time, to support their decision making and improve customer and patient experience.
By automating data preparation, Insource’s solutions free up resources and time, improving productivity, insight and performance – doing more with less and increasing efficiency, providing the necessary insight for improving services and patient care.
The Accelerator programme enjoys a unique reach and level of engagement, and is well regarded as a leading component in the digital transformation of London NHS. This type of network is not only essential to technology companies such as us, but the wider sector and the teams within the NHS itself, helping them see the art of the possible within the impossible.
Graham Bennett Insource[fa icon="quote-right"]
As a leading digital innovator, we work with DigitalHealth.London’s dedicated team of skilled Digital Health (NHS) Navigators helping us engage with healthcare providers in London to support the adoption and acceleration of their digital engagement.
Information is the lifeblood of the NHS. It's vital for effective clinical management and efficient service provision. To overcome these challenges and meet its ambitious objectives - eg the Five Year Forward View, Do It Right First Time, Paperless 2020 and Personalised Health and Care 2020, the NHS must leverage information and technology. Digital has a significant role to play in this sustainability and transformation.
Reliable data can no longer be a technical matter, left in the hands of the IT department. With so much at stake – literally lives in the case of the NHS – the sourcing and handling of data must become a strategy, with every level of a business or organisation – especially those at the top – being active participants and advocates.
The 21st Century NHS faces unprecedented challenges. Better use of technology is crucial to creating a health system fit for the future and the DigitalHealth.London Accelerator programme is pioneering in bridging the gap between high-calibre digital health innovations and the health system.
Hannah Harniess DigitalHealth.London[fa icon="quote-right"]