New SBRI competition covering cardiovascular disease and integrated care & social care to launch on 24 June
A new SBRI competition is to launch on 24th June, with 2 briefing events being held at the start of July.
SBRI Healthcare has announced a new competition launching on 24th June. It will cover Cardiovascular Disease, including the sub-themes of detection and prevention, intervention and invasive interventions, as well as efficacy of the CVD Pathway. The competition will also cover Integrated Care and Social Care, including the following sub-themes: improving effective data sharing across the care network; and reducing social care workforce pressure.
The competition is supported by the Health Innovation Network South London, Innovation Agency for the North West Coast, South West AHSN and Health Innovation Manchester.
The competition will open on 24th June 2019, with a deadline for applications set for 12pm on 14th August 2019. There will be two briefing events held for this new competition:
1st July 2019 at the Ambassadors Bloomsbury Hotel, London ‚Äì click here to register to attend
10th July 2019, Citylabs 1.0, Manchester ‚Äì click here to register to attend
For more information please click here.
About SBRI Competitions:
The Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI) connects public sector challenges with innovative ideas from industry, supporting economic growth. SBRI Healthcare is an NHS England initiative, led by the Academic Health Science Network (AHSN), with the aim of promoting UK economic growth. SBRI Healthcare competitions are open to all organisations that can demonstrate a route to market for their solution, targeted at small and medium-sized businesses. According to the SBRI Healthcare‚Äôs FAQs, ‚ÄòSBRI enables government departments to connect with technology organisations, finding innovative solutions to specific public sector challenges and needs. It aims to use the power of government procurement to accelerate technology development, supporting projects through the stages of feasibility and prototyping which are typically hard to fund. SBRI offers an excellent opportunity for businesses, especially early stage companies, to develop and demonstrate technology, supported by an intelligent lead customer.‚Äô