We’re supporting the promotion of new and emerging technologies designed to improve independent living, health management, increase prevention and deliver precision medicine.
With demand on the health sector growing and reaching near-critical levels, we’re bringing together industry experts, innovators, academics and health and social care providers to support the transformation of the healthcare industry through collaboration, innovation and technology.
We are pleased to announce that we have partnered with Hallmark Care Homes and care home construction specialists Savista Developments who have launched an inter-company leadership and innovation programme, the Care Accelerator.
The programme is designed to equip participants with leadership skills by enabling them to develop and implement their innovative ideas- the first of its kind across the social care sector.
Chair of Hallmark Care Homes and Care England and CEO of Savista Developments, Avnish Goyal, commented: “At Hallmark Care Homes and Savista Developments we pride ourselves in never standing still which is why I’m so excited about this programme where we are leading the way on protecting the environment and working on ways of delivering better quality care for residents.
“The Care Accelerator programme will not only develop some amazing talent within our teams but help us to implement some of the creative suggestions and solutions that are put forward during these sessions.
“I would like to take the opportunity to thank Barclays Eagle Labs, Codebase and Dr Lianne Taylor for all their support with this programme so far. Their knowledge is invaluable and we are very grateful to be working with them.”
Barclays Eagle Labs has partnered with the Yorkshire and Humber Academic Health Science Network who have created the Propel@YH Accelerator.
The accelerator provides support and advice to businesses focused on digital health and helps to turbo-charge their growth and increase their market presence. Giving these HealthTech focussed businesses a route into the NHS which brings innovative digital health solutions to the region’s population and bolsters the wider health economy. The 2020-21 programme is open to digital health innovators with solutions that can support the healthcare sector during the COVID-19 pandemic.