Age UK provides services and support at a national and local level to inspire, enable and support older people.
Babylon is ‘creating everyone’s personal health service’, by becoming the world’s first fully integrated mobile health service providing access to doctors. With the babylon app, you can talk to a GP within minutes via phone or video call, ask simple medical questions via its text service and monitor your health with our comprehensive tracking system. Babylon’s goal is to help people around the globe live happier, healthier lives. It has started with the UK and Ireland and will soon offer services to the population of an East African nation. It aims to put accessible and affordable health service in the hands of every person on earth.
BriteLives is a platform that helps older people, their relatives and carers access nearby personal, household and community services.
Games for Life’s mission is to guide people with learning-related cognitive difficulties to success. GFL’s specific focus is on helping to overcome attention-related difficulties experienced by adults, children and young people alike that are having a negative impact on their home, work/school and social life.
Developed by an air ambulance officer, the Goodsam tool utilises the latest in app development intends to alert those with medical training to nearby emergencies so that potentially life-saving interventions can be given before the arrival of emergency services.
Health Make Space is a networking platform that allows clinicians and SMEs to work together on innovations in the NHS. It pairs doctors with health tech startups looking for clinical input or advice. Doctors get to include any time or expertise they contribute in their annual professional development review.
Immersive Rehab creates VR games that improve the effectiveness of physical rehabilitation.
Konnektis is developing a digital platform to encourage better real-time communication and collaboration between carers of older people, be they relatives, friends, paid carers or local volunteers.
Open Bionics uses 3D body scanning and printing tech to create bionic hands that are lightweight, cost just £2,000, and are designed to help children adjust to limb loss and feel more positive about their differences. Nominet Trust funding will help OB trial the products with 25 amputees, showcasing how its technology can alter perceptions and transform lives.
Simulation Sense teaches diagnostic skills to health professionals through an affordable and accessible simulator app.