DDM Health has been selected as one of 12 participants selected for the inaugural AWS Healthcare Accelerator in the UK.

The organisation which is behind Diabetes.co.uk is a a multi-award-winning provider of digital therapeutics.

DDM was selected from 117 applications across 13 countries, including the UK, by a panel from Amazon Web Services (AWS) and PUBLIC.

The first AWS Healthcare Accelerator in the UK cohort represents a variety of healthcare solutions backed by diverse leadership, with 50% of the cohort identifying as women-owned or minority-owned startups.

The AWS UK Healthcare Accelerator in the UK is a programme that cultivates and promotes innovative startup solutions that achieve the quadruple aim of improved patient experience, improved clinician experience, better health outcomes, and lower cost of care.

Applications were judged on several factors, including the innovative and unique nature of the project, the overall value the solution will bring to the healthcare industry, the creative application of AWS to solve problems, and the team’s ability to deliver on an identified opportunity.

DDM’s digital therepeutics are demonstrated in peer-reviewed research to support weight loss, glycemic control, demedication and improvements in mental health.

Charlotte Summers, Chief Operations Officer at DDM said “We are delighted to have been selected for the Amazon AWS Healthcare Accelerator. We’re excited to scale our engaging and effective services to empower even more patients with the support of AWS.”

The programme culminates in a virtual demo day on April 25, 2022. The showcase event features presentations from the startups and AWS leaders. Interested participants can watch the showcase for free.

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