Careology has been named alongside some of the UK’s leading digital health innovators in the 2022 Beyond 100 Playbook. In the biannual playbook, the Department for International Trade (DIT) has selected some of the UK's most ground-breaking technologies that can address healthcare challenges globally.
Healthcare UK, part of the Department for International Trade, has invested significant effort, alongside partners, to identify, engage with and showcase emerging UK innovators with digital health solutions who are willing to explore new frontiers to make an international impact.
Careology was selected as ‘One to Watch’, after a rigorous process, where companies were judged on a range of criteria including how committed they were to international expansion, their responsiveness, their uniqueness of their innovation, and how well they represent the UK journey and direction in digital health.
The Playbook selected UK organisations that can offer international support to healthcare in a variety of ways and highlighted Careology as one of the emerging self-care apps and remote monitoring and consultation tools.
Careology helps people living and dealing with cancer to navigate their treatment, whilst connecting them to their clinical team, caregivers and to wearable devices. Careology allows healthcare professionals to monitor their patients, making virtual wards and early interventions more likely. Improving health outcomes and creating workforce capacity in the process. The award winning digital cancer care platform is recommended by Macmillan and has been named as one of the UK’s Top 100 Startups for 2021.
Paul Landau, Founder and CEO of Careology comments: “We are thrilled to be recognised in the Beyond100 Playbook by the Department for International Trade. Our mission is to transform traditional cancer care and we’re proud to help support people globally who are living and dealing with cancer, throughout all stages of their treatment. We are excited to bring our award winning digital cancer care solution to more international healthcare markets.”
Partners who helped judge organisations that were included in the 2022 Biannual Playbook include NHS Digital, Scottish Development International (SDI), Development Bank of Wales, ECHAlliance (European Connected Health Alliance), ABHI, The AHSN Network, Innovate UK, Tech Nation, HIMSS, National Association of Primary Care (NAPC), Octopus Ventures, techUK, NHS Digital, The Institution of Engineering and Technology, Elite, Boehringer Ingelheim and Samsung.
Digital health plays a crucial role in answering many of the challenges facing global healthcare, enabling more accessible, affordable and sustainable models of care. The possibilities that digital health brings both in solving current challenges and in paving a strong foundation for the future of healthcare is nothing short of astounding. UK pioneers in digital health share in the mission to transform healthcare to be more personalised, digital by default and patient centric.
Stay tuned for more exciting announcements from Careology over the coming weeks.