Propel@YH, the Yorkshire and Humber Academic Health Science Network (Yorkshire & Humber AHSN) program organized to support digital health companies, will have a virtual Demo Day this coming Wednesday 31 March. The 2020-2021 cohort presenting could be called the ‘COVID Class’, as the program starting last October was focused on supporting the healthcare sector during the ongoing pandemic.
Here are the finalists presenting on Wednesday:
- Co-Opts ltd; a smart speaker for automated recording, transcription and summarisation of therapy sessions
- CyberLiver Ltd; remote monitoring of at-risk cirrhosis patients using wearables and an app
- I.M.M.E; a VR experience created to support Williams syndrome, supporting isolation, rehab mobility and mental health
- Liria Digital Health; a technological solution addressing the health and wellbeing of perimenopausal, menopausal, and postmenopausal people.
- My Food 24; an online food diary system which automates the diet tracking and analysis process
- SeeAI; a platform that supports early fracture diagnosis through x-ray images
- Ufonia Ltd; an AI-enabled accessible clinical assistant called Dora that can conduct an intelligent clinical conversation via a regular voice telephone call
- Vastmindz; an AI face analysis app to measure real-time heart and respiration rates, oxygen saturation, stress level, blood pressure and atrial fibrillation risk
- Warner Patch; a non-invasive, wearable wireless (using 2G network) sensor that predicts tissue health disease evolution using AI for clinicians to give preventive care, improve patient outcome and save care costs
- Written Medicine; a pharmacy label and discharge summary translation system, that works across 11 different languages
The 15 AHSNs like Yorkshire & Humber function as innovation arms of the NHS and act as a bridge between health care providers, commissioners, academia, and industry. Joining the AHSN are the University of Leeds’ innovation hub, Nexus (academic and SME support); Barclays Eagle Labs (incubator network); law firm Hill Dickinson LLP; and Leeds City Council.
Register for the presentation via Eventbrite here. (Time 0900-1130 GMT) Hat tip to Ellis Noble of KC Communications