HCI in DIT's ‘First 100’ Companies - The UK's Digital Health Playbook
HCI has been named in the Department for International Trade’s UK Digital Health Playbook ‘The First 100 Companies’ that showcases the "best of British talent in Digital Health that’s ready to go global."
The innovations included in the Playbook offer support to healthcare in a variety of ways from reporting data and using AI, pre-assessment, systems management and diagnostics. There are also solutions to support people at home with self-care apps and remote monitoring and consultation, including HCI’s multiple long-term conditions app, CONNECTPlus.
The ‘First 100 companies’ were selected after a rigorous process based on criteria including how committed they were to export and international expansion, the global uniqueness of their innovation, a track-record of working collaboratively with Healthcare UK, their responsiveness, and how well they represent the UK journey and direction in digital health, particularly with the NHS.
Also included on the list, that will be reviewed and maintained regularly and released formally twice a year, are collaborators and partners eConsult, Ultramed, Docobo, and Cognitant.
HCI Founder and CEO Richard Wyatt-Haines says “We are absolutely delighted to have made it into the Department for International Trade’s ‘First 100 companies’ alongside such a rich list of health innovators from all over the UK. We’re really looking forward to taking CONNECTPlus global and sharing the benefits of improved and connected remote care and the self-management of multiple long-term conditions, across the world. Exciting times ahead!”
You can download the UK's Digital Health Playbook here