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8 June 2016
Companies are being invited to bid for funding to develop solutions to improve patient flow in acute care and independence for children with long-term conditions in the latest competition from SBRI Healthcare which launches today, 8 June.
SBRI Healthcare is run by AHSNs and funded by NHS England to develop innovative products and services that address unmet health needs. Successful companies can receive up to £100,000 phase 1 feasibility funding each to develop products that improve patient flow in acute care, and self-care options for children with long-term conditions.This competition is being supported by Yorkshire and Humber AHSN, West of England AHSN, Imperial College Health Partners, and Health Innovation Network but applications are invited from across England.Briefing events with clinicians for interested companies took place in Leeds on 22 June, and in London on 21 June. If you were unable to attend, you can now view the presentations on the SBRI Healthcare website.The deadline for applications is 28 July and details are available on the SBRI Healthcare website.
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