The agreement will create a pathway for the production of world-class digital health products, commercialized globally by Drayson Technologies.
This is the second deal between the two parties, and it supersedes their original agreement inked last year, which ran into controversy...
By that time, the National Health Service hopes to be able to offer remote patient monitoring services to 25% of people with long-term chronic conditions.
The competition is intended to highlight governance and security weaknesses in open source software that should be avoided by Code4Health collaborators.
Big Health's sleep improvement program managed to exceed NHS psychological therapy targets by 15%, with 65% of patients recovering from depression and anxiety.
Among other things, free Wi-Fi would enable physicians to pull in extra data points from patients using wearables while in a hospital.
Right now, the library counts just five apps dealing with mental health but chances are the number (and scope) will grow in the months to come.