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Cambridge MBA alumni reunite to help provide COVID-19 information through the World Health Organization. A partnership between Cambridge Judge Business School (CJBS) alumni helped spark the launch of the World Health Organization (WHO) HealthAlert on WhatsApp around the world. Gini…

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Cambridge 105 Radio: Cambridge Breakfast

Nicola Filzmoser and Cornelius Palm, currently studying MSt in Entrepreneurship at Cambridge Judge Business School, talk about migraines and their startup Happyr Health. They are developing an app aiming to help children suffering from migraine. The startup is supported by…

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Retail Times: Prescription delivery app aims to help NHS frontline pharmacists under Covid-19 pressure

In a response to COVID-19 Healthera has launched a prescription delivery app where people can order medication and skip unnecessary trips to pharmacies and GPs. Healthera, a digital healthcare company, was previously on the Cambridge Social Ventures programme run by…

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Converting clicks into care

A novel tool to assess patient experience, developed at the Psychometrics Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School, enters advanced pilot stage at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. Like other service-oriented institutions, many hospitals ask patients to rate the quality…

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Diginomica: Simprints identifies cloud as foundation for biometrics-led healthcare

A feature about Simprints, a venture that was previously on the Accelerate Cambridge programme at the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School. The startup developed a biometric fingerprint scanner allowing health care workers in developing regions to access patients’…

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Cambridge Independent: Winners of the annual awards revealed

The winners of the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards 2019 were revealed on 30 October at The Bradfield Centre on Cambridge Science Park. Several startups with Cambridge Judge Business School connections scooped prizes, including: Healx - AI Company of…

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The Telegraph: Rare disease drug firm Healx raises $56 million

Healx, a startup that seeks breakthroughs for rare diseases through artificial intelligence, secured $56 million in Series B financing, led by venture capital firm Atomico. The funding will be used to develop Healx’s therapeutic pipeline and to launch its global…

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Business Weekly: New stroke blood test may prove a POCKiT-ful of miracles

The POCKiT Diagnostics startup was chosen to lead a near-£1 million collaboration R&D programme funded by Innovate UK. The money will help accelerate development of a blood test that diagnoses a subtype of brain stroke much quicker. The startup is…

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AI and health

The Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge supports new programme that uses artificial intelligence to tackle major NHS challenges. The Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School and the Eastern Academic Health Science Network (Eastern AHSN) are sponsoring a new programme…

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Venturing forth: Kos Technologies Artificial Intelligence (KOS Ai)

For most of us, caring for wounds is a matter of applying a bit of antiseptic to a cut finger and slapping on a bandage. But for Jerence Go, an Executive MBA participant at Cambridge Judge Business School (EMBA 2017),…

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