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Partnerships | London, GB
Healthy.io is the first company to successfully turn the smartphone camera into a clinical-grade medical device, enabling faster treatment and improved care for patients worldwide. Our products combine computer vision and machine learning technology with best-in-class UX design to create new clinical pathways through smartphone-powered urinalysis, digitized wound management, and beyond.
Headquartered in Tel Aviv with 240 employees across London, Boston, and Singapore we are growing fast as we serve more and more patients across ever-expanding areas of healthcare.
True to our ‘medical selfie’ vision we are also expanding our product portfolio to enable healthcare professionals to use their smartphone camera to improve documentation and management of chronic wounds, working with sites across the NHS to tackle this £5 billion challenge.
We are looking for a Programmes & Partnerships Manager to join our world-class team as we scale our services in the UK to help more people manage their health at home. This is a great time to join as we have recently secured NHS funding to expand our early chronic kidney disease diagnosis service across the country.
Reporting to the Partnerships & Programmes Lead, you will be responsible for supporting the deployment of our products with NHS partners, enabling them to improve outcomes for their patients and drive transformational benefits within their local systems.
You will work closely with product, logistics, operations, and marketing teams to ensure successful mobilisation of services and provide dedicated account management to ensure our NHS partners are delighted with our products.
You will also play a pivotal role in identifying opportunities to grow our services and provide insight across the business into the challenges our NHS partners and their patients face.
We see this as a great role for an ambitious individual who is eager to learn and build their career in digital healthcare, with lots of opportunities for development and taking on leadership responsibilities. You will be supported to grow in your role by Partnerships and Programmes Leads with both clinical and operational experience of delivery, along with the wider team.
Experience working in or with NHS partners is highly desirable.
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