Whether you are a start-up or a big pharma company, we support anybody with an great idea with the potential to transform healthcare by making a positive health impact. To do this, our people work at the intersection of academia, technology, engineering, business, the health system and citizen engagement. We convene people to develop and deliver breakthrough products, processes and technologies.
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As an industry innovator or someone with an idea, we can help you to navigate complex systems, generate value propositions, and convene citizens, academia, health services and industry to overcome the challenges in healthcare.
If you’ve got a great idea or an innovation to improve healthcare, we’d love to hear from you.
Estates and Facilities Management
After staffing costs, providing and maintaining health and care service buildings can be one of the highest areas of spending. Families and patients also describe the importance that facilities play in treatment. What innovations could be deployed in estates and facilities management that would improve both patient experience and efficient delivery of services?
We support projects at different stages of the innovation pathway to deliver positive health impact. These are some of the key programmes of work and innovations we are currently supporting. Please get in touch to find out more. We continue to add more projects so do check back regularly.
Cambridge Respiratory Innovations (Camresp)
Camresp have developed a CE-marked, proprietary, CO2 sensing device named N-Tidal, which enables them to collect more data from normal breathing than ever before. The device provides new insights into lung function. The connected hand-held device is simple to use, requires little-to-no training and is perfect for use within the clinic or at home. It is suitable for patients as young as 4 years old as well as the elderly. With unique insights, as well as correlations to FEV1, PEF and FEV25-75, the N-Tidal brings a new paradigm in the diagnosis, monitoring and management of cardiorespiratory conditions.
Beringar has developed ground-breaking new technology that provides a comprehensive digital picture of how NHS buildings are being utilised. The system detects both human activity and equipment (location and movement). It also monitors eight different environmental factors to support better human-building interaction.
Meet the Innovation Exchange team
With over 40 experts in our delivery, commercial, marketing and communications teams to choose from, we can tailor the right team to help your idea realise its potential. We hire the best talent from the NHS and commercial sector and then give them the autonomy to solve complex challenges in their own way – all supported by an experienced senior leadership team and board.