Here at Curb, we are thrilled to have been selected into the DigitalHealth.London launchpad programme.
The initiative supports early-stage companies who are developing products or services that could hugely benefit the NHS and social care in London. As we prepare for our product launch, the launchpad will offer valuable resources and guidance to ensure Curb is best placed to tackle the challenges facing the NHS.
As part of the programme’s fifth cohort, we’ll be working alongside thirteen digital health companies making incredible progress in healthcare innovation.
Over an eight-week intensive period, we’ll be working with DigitalHealth.London to build out our value proposition, plan our evidence generation roadmap and publicise our launch to the NHS.
As an early-stage company, the one-to-one guidance offered through the programme will be key to effectively positioning the Curb during this crucial period.
Preparing to start the programme, our CEO, Jo Barrow, said:
It’s such an honour to have been selected to join the programme, which so many fantastic digital health companies have participated in before us. Partnering with DigitalHealth.London to help us structure our launch to the NHS is an amazing opportunity, and we hope to build out our relationships with clinicians and procurement teams who share our passion for improving health equity with technology, and who believe that advanced technologies like AI can go a long way to provide a consistent and high quality of care for people managing their own health.
As we build towards our launch, we look forward to working with and learning from our peers within the programme. It’s an exciting opportunity to collaborate with other companies working to innovate within the healthcare market, expanding and improving services for staff and patients.
We’re glad that Curb has been recognised as a product that has great potential to benefit healthcare outcomes. As we enter the market, the support and learning offered by the launchpad programme will enable us to develop our business and product in a way that effectively addresses the needs of the NHS and ensures a high quality of care for patients.