RemoteHealth Tech - Bespoke
RemoteHealth Tech is developing its own suite of remote health monitoring software services. These include an existing proof of concept emergency alert heart rate service and a prototype continuous heart rate monitor, heart rhythm symptoms and activity diary - mobile application and remote data store.
RHT is planning a more complex series of remote heart rhythm monitoring services designed to impact positively on clinical decision making by health care professionals.
Drawing on our team's technical and clinical expertise we are also planning remote diagnostic tools. RHT will continue to work with a growing network of digital health collaborators to expand our service pipeline.
See: Introduction to Heart Rhythm Conditions & Arrhythmia
RemoteHealth Tech - Consortium
RemoteHealth Tech is also involved in a range of cutting edge digital health collaborative projects with major international digital health organisations such as university engineering and medical departments, hardware manufacturers, medical information service groups and other smaller digital health groups.
These projects draw on RHT's clinical, technical and software expertise to generate or contribute to innovative digital health initiatives.
Digital Health Memberships
RemoteHealth Tech's digital health memberships include:
Founded in 2005, South East Health Technologies Alliance (SEHTA) is one of the largest health technology networking organisations in the UK. Since its inception, it has grown to 1300 members from 20 different countries. SEHTA provides significant support to companies, universities and public and private health providers through publicly-funded resources and programmes and private consultancy services. SEHTA has built excellent relationships with Academia, Business and Care/Clinicians and sees itself in a unique position as the interface between them. SEHTA also has particular expertise in digital health.
UCL Institute of Digital Health Industry Club brings together leaders from the digital health industry with leading UCL academics to:
• Share insights on the challenges faced by healthcare and the opportunities for digital health solutions and transformations
• Provide thought leadership, new perspectives, networking, new opportunities, potential for recruitment
• Foster and develop collaborations between industry and UCL, including joint research projects, student placements and projects
Health Foundry is a collaborative workspace for people using digital technologies to improve health and wellbeing. Health Foundry aims to improve health and wellbeing by bringing together a wide range of people, start-ups and organisations and supporting them to create scalable digital health solutions.
Located at Canterbury House, opposite St Thomas' Hospital in Waterloo, Health Foundry is powered by Guy's and St Thomas' Charity and provides a supportive environment for digital health start-ups including a collaborative workspace designed by Architecture 00, a growing community of peers within the health and digital tech sectors, as well as access to a team who will facilitate connections with people both in and outside the NHS.
Innovatemedtec (IMT) is the digital health network facilitating innovation in healthcare. Our aim is to encourage partnerships and collaboration and enable business growth. Our network of leading international healthcare and technology professionals facilitates these connections, while our platform provides resources, tools and events.