A new £35m 4-year programme that aims to speed up the development of new digital solutions for healthcare challenges opens for applications on Monday 31 July.
The programme, funded through the Industrial Strategy Fund, is looking for UK-based SMEs focused on technical feasibility and industrial research or experimental development of digital health and digital-enabled medical technologies. They must be aiming to improve patient outcomes, transform healthcare delivery and/or enable more efficient delivery of healthcare.
Feasibility studies can be from an individual or collaboration and will range in size from total project costs of £50,000 to £75,000. Whereas industrial research and experimental development projects must be collaborative and work with at least one other grant-claiming partner (NHS, research institutions and/or other healthcare providers etc.), with total project costs of £500,000 to £1 million.
For more information on eligibility and how to apply, visit the Digital Health Technology Catalyst Competition website.