We are very excited to announce that the team behind myfood24, Dietary Assessment Ltd, have been selected to take part in this year’s Propel@YH accelerator programme run by Yorkshire & Humber’s AHSN.
The 6 month programme aims to help 10 digital health companies navigate the NHS and deliver their innovations to patients and the wider health economy. This year’s programme has a particular focus on digital solutions that can support the healthcare sector during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Partners of the programme include: Nexus – the University of Leeds’ innovation hub; Barclays Eagle Labs – a national incubator network; health law firm – Hill Dickinson; and Leeds City Council.
Propel@YH, with support from mHabitat, will deliver a unique and tailored set of masterclasses that will include: advisory, guidance and supportive services aimed at accelerating company growth and increasing market presence.
“We can not wait to start this year’s Propel@YH programme and are excited to have been selected alongside such fantastic companies who share our passion for innovation in healthcare. We believe this will be a fantastic opportunity to push forward our myfood24 healthcare solution and deliver significant benefits to both patients and the NHS workforce.” – Lauren Gibson, Nutritionist and Marketing Manager at Dietary Assessment will be representing the Company on the programme.
Find out more about this year’s Propel@YH cohort here.
myfood24 has been designed, tried and tested by a devoted team of experts. We specialise in providing high-quality nutritional analysis software tailored for use by researchers, educators and healthcare professionals both in the UK and Internationally.
Originally developed at the University of Leeds using robust methodologies. myfood24 is a validated and evidence-based online food diary system created to automate the diet tracking and analysis process and to inform diet and nutrition decisions to improve long-term health.
About Dietary Assessment Ltd
Founded by Prof Janet Cade (University of Leeds), Dietary Assessment Ltd was spun-out from the University of Leeds in 2017 to continue the development of myfood24 and tailoring it to new markets. Our mission is to reduce diet-related disease globally through access to accurate and robust nutrition information to improve health outcomes.