Inhealthcare has been chosen along with two other digital health start-ups to be part of the Pfizer Healthcare Hub: London. The winners will have access to Pfizer’s network of partners, and can now begin to scope how they will use their respective grants over the next 12 months.
The chosen start-ups were selected by a panel of Pfizer UK leaders and invited judges including Vice President of the University of Swansea, Prof. Marc Clement and Chief Clinical Information Officer at Taunton & Somerset NHS Foundation Trust, Dr Luke Gompels. The two other companies include Patient Ward and Medopad.
Dr Hamish Graham, Pfizer Healthcare Hub: London Manager commented, “The broad array of innovative technology presented to us by the different start-ups at the pitch day was a real privilege to see. The three winners really stood out due to their ability to show the impact of the technology on the healthcare service and the lives of patients. We are looking forward to collaborating on some exciting projects in the next 12 months to help bring the benefits of their technology to more patients in the UK.”
Bryn Sage, chief executive of Inhealthcare, said, “It’s fantastic to be working with the Pfizer Healthcare Hub: London. We really value the extra support and guidance to help us to build on our achievements to date. We’re passionate about keeping people out of hospital; scaling our technology will help us to transform the health and care service and allow more people to be cared for on-the-go.”