A digital therapy developed by researchers at King’s College London and Avegen, is one of eight innovative technologies to receive support from the government with the aim to accelerate the pathway for NHS and/or market approval.
As I reflect on the past year, 2023 stands out as a pivotal time in Avegen's journey. With over 1.6 million registered users on our digital health solutions, our vision to become a resilient, innovative, and brand-led digital health business revolutionising health outcomes has taken significant strides forward. Over the last year, we have stood true to our mission to combine our imagination and expertise to build things of enduring value that will make the world a healthier place.
This year marked a crucial transition for us—from a startup to a thriving scale-up. We owe gratitude to everyone who contributed to Avegen's evolution. To our former Avegen colleagues, your dedication laid the foundation for our progress. To our new team members, welcome aboard this transformative expedition. And to our partners, without whom we would not be here. Looking ahead to 2024, we are excited to launch our branded digital health solution. This milestone reflects our commitment to innovation and our unwavering mission to make a positive impact on healthcare.
As we wrap up this transformative year, let us celebrate the achievements, learnings, and collective efforts that have brought us to where we stand today. Here's to a promising 2024 filled with innovation, growth, and, most importantly, positive health outcomes. Dr Nayan Kalnad
Avegen is delighted to announce that KLICK, one of our digital health solutions in partnership with NHS Chelsea and Westminster NHS Trust has been shortlisted for two award categories – ‘Most Effective Contribution to Integrated Health and Care’ and ‘Most Effective Contribution to Clinical Redesign’ at the HSJ Partnership Awards recognising an outstanding dedication to improving healthcare and effective collaboration with the NHS.
Although the state of healthcare has always been a true reflection of how advanced (or primitive) a nation’s economy is, the ongoing pandemic has put the healthcare of global economies under immense strain. With doctors and healthcare professionals still struggling to deal with surging death rates and new strains of the Coronavirus, it has been a long and unending battle for the frontline warriors.