New dedicated facility located at Adastral Park.
Mvine Limited announces it has joined BT’s Health Innovation Hub, a new initiative by BT Group, the telecoms and services firm.
To officially launch the Health Innovation Hub, BT has organised a special event on 04 July 2022 at Adastral Park, Martlesham the applied research campus where genuinely world-first and world-leading technologies are created.
Members of BT’s Clinical Board will visit and speakers from BT Enterprise and BT Applied Research will make short presentations. Attendees are expected from NHS trusts, health and social care organisations, local authorities and from technology service firms.
Frank Joshi, director at Mvine, said: “Mvine is pleased to join the new Health Innovation Hub and to be invited to today’s launch event. This is the start of something very important for our client BT and we look forward to playing a proactive part in its forthcoming activities.”
A new facility dedicated to the Health Innovation Hub has been constructed in Sirius House on BT’s applied research park in Martlesham, famous for its Customer Technology Showcases giving visitors immersive experiences of over 300 new innovations, including for health and social care.
In December 2021, BT announced its new Clinical Board to bolster company’s Healthcare ambitions.
Earlier in the same month [December 2021], BT was reported to have formally joined both The King’s Fund and Health Tech Alliance, reiterating its ambition to build solutions for the healthcare sector in collaboration with private and public sector peers.
Mvine is one of the Innovation Martlesham companies which share the Adastral Park site at Martlesham Heath, Suffolk alongside BT Applied Research.