Early stage funding for digital health solutions

A new collaboration launched at the end of November by DigitalHealth.London (DH.L) and RYSE Asset Management LLP to support early stage digital health projects.

Digital health businesses that offer solutions to address unmet health and social care needs are encouraged to apply to the Early Stage Opportunity Fund.

RYSE are looking to invest between £250,000 and £2 million in early stage, high calibre digital health companies that are developing solutions that are innovative, particularly in the following are:

  • Telehealth and care – activity/fall monitoring, remote medication management, long-term condition monitoring and video consultation
  • mHealth – wearable or apps for medical wellness and fitness
  • Health analytics – genomics, precision medicine or data analysis such as imaging, health data, health status, population health, readmission rates, bed occupancy or procurement data
  • Digitised health systems – patient or provider held digital records or devices and diagnostics.

The deadline for applications is Thursday 18 January, 2018.

For more information or to apply, visit: https://digitalhealth.london/digitalhealth-london-ryse-early-stage-opportunity-fund/

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