Home care technology suppliers have just four days left to apply for up to £5 million in funding to take their business to the next level.
Digital Health London is looking for start-up companies that are addressing patient demand through technology to apply for investment by 11.59pm on Monday, August 5.
Successful businesses could receive between £250,000 and £5 million in funding from Digital Health London and its partner, RYSE Asset Management.
The application applies to social care software providers and telecare companies whose technologies monitor falls, medication management and long-term conditions.
The previous funding programme led by Digital Health London resulted in nearly 300 applications for investment from early stage digital health companies in the UK.
Two of the companies selected for investment have demonstrated adoption, not just within the NHS, but also by global private medical insurers including Vitality Health and AXA PPP.
Yinka Makinde, programme director at DigitalHealth.London said: “We’re back on the lookout for high-potential digital health companies that require funding to get to their next stage of growth. In the last call we reviewed applications from companies offering some of the most exciting technological advances in this space and we hope to hear from more companies who are making a positive impact on health outcomes.
“It’s great to continue this partnership with RYSE, who are ready to invest a substantial pot of funding into supporting the sustained growth of the digital health companies of tomorrow.”
Click here to apply.