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In his speech at last week's NHS Confederation Conference, Simon Stevens, Chief Executive of NHS England, announced the launch of the NHS Innovation and Technology Payment (ITP). This programme builds on the Innovation and Technology Tariff (ITT) which went live on 1 April 2017.
SBRI Healthcare announces details of next competition focused on cancer diagnosis, treatment and care
SBRI Healthcare is an NHS England funded initiative led by the Academic Health Science Networks to develop technology solutions for known healthcare challenges. The next funding round focuses on finding innovative solutions with the ability to transform screening, accelerated diagnosis and...
Greater Manchester Academic Health Science Network (GM AHSN) has announced it will re-open its three funding streams to provide support to innovative healthcare practices that address the health and social care needs of the city region.
The Wellcome Trust is offering up to £500,000 to researchers who are developing healthcare innovations that could make a major impact on human health.
Nominet Trust has awarded £50,000 to Corporation Pop, a GM AHSN supported SME, through its seventh round of Social Tech Seed funding.
Join us to hear more about the £400m of finance available for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in the North working in the Health Care Sector.
New call for proposals: Use of Wearable and Sensor Technology and the Internet of Things for Healthcare
This call is a part of a programme of support for research and innovation that is operated by the Central Manchester University Hospitals Foundation Trust (CMFT)'s Research and Innovation Division and is part of delivering the trust's overall research strategy.
AHSNs are co-developing novel technologies for primary care as part of its SBRI Healthcare programme. Innovations that could revolutionise GP Services have been funded to address the challenges of an ageing population.
UK businesses can apply for a share of up to £12 million to develop innovative ideas that will help solve healthcare challenges.
The Manchester Academy for Healthcare Scientist Education (MAHSE) is now accepting applications for its Service Improvement and Innovation Fellowships scheme which is aimed at healthcare science staff from all disciplines in the North West region.
The national Cancer Vanguard recently launched a unique and innovative opportunity for a select group of industry, academic or third sector partners to work on a project improving the early diagnosis of cancer.
£700K investment in innovations that target hospital efficiency
£900K awarded to develop innovations that support self-care and independence in children with long term conditions
Following our “New Funding & Development Opportunities for Innovators” event, held this week (November 8) at the Nowgen Centre, Manchester, we are pleased to announce that our Ignite and Momentum funds are now open for applications.
We are holding an event, on November 8th, for Greater Manchester-based innovators - from industry, academic and clinical backgrounds - which will give an overview of the latest opportunities for funding and development we are offering.
We are pleased to announce the successful companies and innovators in the first round of our new Innovation Funds.
Five exciting innovations receive the financial backing of NHS England in competition seeking solutions for positive ageing.
SBRI Healthcare is delivered collaboratively by NHS England and the AHSN Network to develop innovative products and services that address unmet health needs. The autumn funding competition is now open for applications.
The Small Business Research Initiative - SBRI Healthcare - launched their annual review at this year's NHS Expo. The report sets out the impact of the programme over the year but also provides a summary of the outcomes achieved in the period of the AHSN leadership (approx. four years). It...
Corporation Pop and Lucid Group Limited secure Pitch to TITCH innovation funding to work with NHS to improve care for sick children
The funding will be used to drive forward the development of: a virtual guide to reduce anxiety for children visiting hospital; and a new device aimed at improving diagnosis and treatment for children suffering from faecal incontinence.
NHS Salford CCG has a fund of £450,000 to identify and evaluate digital health solutions that could help improve the services they deliver in the community.
We are pleased to announce three new funding opportunities for SMEs, academics and NHS innovators working in this region.