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View all the latest news stories and events from Health Enterprise East plus a selection of other articles and events from partner agencies/organisations which may be of interest.
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Health Enterprise East are delighted to announce the launch of a separate medtech innovation development company called Medovate Ltd to boost the financial and technical support available to NHS medtech innovators.
Medtech Accelerator, a joint venture with innovation hub Health Enterprise East (HEE), has unveiled its latest round of successfully funded projects, with financial awards totalling nearly half a million pounds.
Medtech Accelerator are pleased to announce early details of the next Health Hack - Surgery. Taking place on Thursday 18th & Friday 19th January 2018 at the Cambridge Science Park the Medtech Accelerator are keen to build on the success of the first Hackat…
Uncovering the latest innovative healthcare technology with the first Medtech Accelerator Health Hack.
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Health Enterprise East (HEE) are pleased to announce the winners of its 2017 NHS Innovation Competition. Now in its 11th year, the competition challenges NHS staff and small/medium size businesses across the East of England, East Midlands and London to com…
Health Enterprise East are pleased to announce details of the Medtech Accelerator Health Hack programme & the 2nd Clinical Entrepreneurs Forum - Developing Your Business Case..
Working with the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS), the Inventor Prize has recently been launched to inspire and harness the potential of the UK’s home-grown inventors and stimulate user-led innovation.
UK businesses can apply for a share of up to £8 million to speed up development of new digital technology healthcare solutions.
Three pioneering projects share £200K in new early stage financial awards scheme.
A search for innovations with the ability to transform cancer screening, and facilitate earlier and faster diagnosis launched on 25 July 2017. SBRI Healthcare – an NHS England investment fund led by the AHSN Network – invites entrepreneurs to apply for…
As part of our expanding team, we have an opportunity for a Senior Health Economist to join our team and deliver health economics consulting projects to both public and private sector clients.
Health Enterprise East supported medical device, CAMPROBE, picks up prestigious NHS innovation award
NHS accelerator launches international call for high-impact innovations to join its 2017 cohort
Health Enterprise East facilitates deal between Derby Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Pentland Medical
Here at Health Enterprise East we are pleased to announce the launch of our annual Innovation Awards.
Health Enterprise East (HEE) and the Eastern AHSN recently hosted a Clinical Entrepreneurs Forum in Cambridge.
Awards go to novel technologies that aim to revolutionise primary care and GP services
Health Enterprise East are pleased to announce details of the Medtech Accelerator, created to help facilitate the early stage development of medical technology and software innovations from within the NHS that meet unmet clinical needs.
Medtech Accelerator - Proof of Concept Awards of between £15,000 and £125,000 are available to individuals or teams.
With the NHS facing unprecedented financial squeeze, improving the flow of patients, information and resources is crucial for driving up service quality and productivity, and improving patient experience.
£900K awarded to develop innovations that support self-care and independence in children with long term conditions.
With Accident and Emergency pressures well reported and as waiting times reach their highest level in more than a decade, SBRI Healthcare today announced £4.3 million investment in new technologies that could reduce pressures in this vital area.
Health Enterprise East supported project recruits first patients in trial at Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge.