This week, Thriva, a proactive health company, has announced a £6 million ($7.3 million) Series A funding round as it builds towards its vision: to put optimal health in anyone’s hands.
This morning, The Topol Review was announced, detailing how we should prepare the NHS clinical workforce to deliver healthcare’s digital future. Led by California-based cardiologist, geneticist, and digital medicine researcher, Dr Eric Topol, the review has been long anticipated. Early last year, in a draft workforce strategy, Health Education England (HEE), who look after the education, training and future planning of our NHS workforce, told us that this review would inform us of changes to selection, curricula, education, training, development and life-long learning (naturally, technology is such a huge factor, it demanded its own report). So the question is: has it done that?