Qwikify Selected for Coveted Digital Healthcare Innovation Programme
Updated: Nov 15
DigitalHealth.London has announced the 14 companies that have been selected for their fifth cohort of the Launchpad Programme and Qwikify is delighted to have been awarded a place.
Selected primarily for Qwikify’s high potential to meet current challenges facing the NHS and social care today, Qwikify underwent a rigorous and competitive selection process and is now looking forward to working closely with DigitalHealth.London.
The Digital Healthcare Innovation Programme scheme runs over an eight-week period and provides some of the UK’s leading health and social care innovators an invitation to access exclusive workshops, bespoke 1:1 guidance and advice from the scheme’s in-house consultants and key founding strategic partners which include the Health Innovation Network, UCLPartners as well as CW+ and MedCity.
As the only digital care planning solution selected for this year’s cohort, Qwikify recognises the positive impact it is already having on efficiency and productivity in residential care and community health and considers DigitalHealth.London Launchpad as the next step in taking its platform to the health and social care sector.
With the ability to produce a full set of person-centred care plans in less than 15 minutes, while offering a range of additional business automation features, Qwikify provides a digital care planning solution with industry-leading time-saving performance and personalisation.
CEO of Qwikify, Khaled Gamiet, says: “We are really excited to be part of the DigitalHealth.London programme. Our unique approach to digital care planning has demonstrated its time-saving benefits in social care. The Launchpad programme will help introduce the platform to the NHS where we have already seen some early but very exciting potential.”
In good company, Qwikify is accompanied by some esteemed start-up innovators, Nolea – a healthcare staffing marketplace platform matching mental healthcare practitioners to different NHS healthcare provider organisations; Meal IQ – developers of Smorg, a cloud-based workflow automation tool empowering primary care staff to create and deliver personalised dietary interventions to patient communities at scale; and, MediTask - a mobile-based application that connects doctors with students to help manage workload and improve medical education.
DigitalHealth.London says: “Now more than ever, digital tools offer the scope to tackle pressing challenges within the NHS.”
If you would like to learn more about DigitalHealth.London or how Qwikify can transform your health and social care business, please get in touch with us today at 0800 689 3596 or email firstname.lastname@example.org