Regional businesses have responded to our Medilink Midlands ‘Here to Help – Our Big Ask’ pledging to ‘do their bit’ during the COVID-19 pandemic
With partners across the NHS and social care mobilising at scale in response to the developing COVID-19 pandemic, the role of England’s 15 Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs) is to support them by helping them take full advantage of the most relevant innovations and technologies that can improve care for patients and support the AHSN Networks’ services in this challenging context.
The West Midlands Academic Health Science Network were honoured to support a sell-out conference, which brought together delegates from all over the World to share the principals of ‘Learning from Excellence’ in healthcare.
Atrial fibrillation (AF) is a common heart condition that causes an irregular and often abnormally fast heart rate. It is estimated 26,500 people across the West Midlands currently have undetected AF or aren’t receiving optimal treatment. If left untreated, AF can increase the risk of stroke by around four to five times.
On 30 January, the AHSN Network will hold its Bridging the Gap event aimed towards Health-Tech developers and companies looking to get their innovations into the NHS. This event focuses on showcasing the East and West Midlands AHSN offer to industry and provides businesses with the opportunity to learn how, who and where to access the NHS.
24th July 2019
As part of its commitment to help UK innovators grow their businesses overseas, the AHSN Network has partnered with the ABHI to provide opportunities for innovators to exhibit their products and services as part of an AHSN Network community at two leading international health technology trade fairs. Medica 2019 – Dusseldorf, Germany, 18-21 November 2019 Arab Health 2020 – Dubai, […]
14th January 2019
The role of AHSNs has been recognised in the government’s Life Science’s Sector Deal 2, announced by Health Secretary Matt Hancock and Businesses Secretary Greg Clark.