🐦 #46: company car, health insurance... a new Peloton?
This week, lockdown favourite Peloton expands into the employer market, a new report by Accenture suggests the digital health wave is only just beginning, and 1000 diabetic patients are to receive an ‘artificial pancreas’ as part of new NHS pilot.
News Bites 🥪
👦 Paediatric behavioural health firm Brightline raises $72m in Series B funding
🚲 Home fitness giant Peloton to expand into corporate wellness
🩺 Google slims down health division, to focus on clinical and regulatory work
🏥 Nine NHS Trusts selected to join Clinical Entrepreneur Programme
🔮 Accenture Digital Health report: the future is bright for digital transformation
… and finally
📱Artificial pancreas to be trialled in 1000 NHS patients as part of new pilot study
What to Listen to 🔊
The Healthtech Podcast: The Story of MYNDUP with Founder Joel Gujral
This week, James is joined by Joel Gujral, founder of mental health platform MYNDUP, which aims to end the ‘one size fits all’ approach to mental health.
Big Picture Medicine: Open Source is the Future of Medicine
Dr Marcus Baw, GP, Emergency Physician, and Health Hacker shares why he thinks we have an ethical duty to openly share our technological innovation.
… fancy a little extra listening?
The Decentralised Web: #002 Justin Bingham
Digital transformation experts Janeiro Digital have launched a brand new podcast. In the second episode, our very own James sat down with co-founder & CTO Justin Bingham to discuss the importance of owning your own data.
💊 Ingo Health, a direct-to-consumer women’s healthcare start-up, are looking for a superintendent pharmacist
🖥️ Virtual consultation app Push Doctor have gone live with several vacancies, including Medical Officer, Advanced Nursing Officer, and Head of Digital First Practice
🏢 The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) are looking for a Deputy Lead of Emerging Technologies
👩⚕️ Digital Health expert Dr Hugh Harvey is looking for a junior doctor interested in healthtech to join his team
👨💻 Google for Startups and Amazon Web Services (AWS) have both launched new digital health accelerators, with applications now open.