WIRED Health 2019 – The future of Digital Health

Digital health has been gaining increasing traction in the everyday lives of patients around the world. From wearables that can predict strokes, to digital nurses and GPs – it is fair to say that healthcare and technology are more interconnected than ever. In late March, two senior members of the Ruder Finn team, Leah Peyton,

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NHSX: the world’s largest digital health sandbox?

Brexit aside, one key area where the British Government has produced policy of note concerns the National Health Service (NHS) and digital health technologies.  Last October, Health Secretary Matt Hancock detailed a compelling vision for medtech and digital in the NHS.  And, at the end of February, a new NHS organisation, NHSX, was launched, with

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Tech / healthcare partnerships: brave new world or false dawn?

News this week (1st May) that Gilead has inked a partnership with Alphabet subsidiary Verily is proof of the growing appetite tech and life science companies for working together. But, for all the lofty ambitions expressed in the business news pages, these companies are fundamentally different in many ways – not least in how they communicate. 

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Unlocking the next 10 years of healthcare innovation

Do you work in digital health? Take part in our survey here: http://bit.ly/medtech2018 Tech is from Mars, pharma is from Venus? The next big innovations in healthcare are as likely to come from smartphones and smart devices, as they are than from laboratories.  Call it medtech, healthtech, digital health, or digiceuticals, big developments are at hand.

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