NEW
Applications are now open for 2024
Spring cohort deadline: 18th February 11pm GMT
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Launch your career with the Remote HealthTech Fellowship.

Gain the core skills and experience to build impactful digital health products. For the first time, pilot fellows are now being accepted globally.

COURSE INFORMATION: THE CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTORS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE

Remote HealthTech Fellowship.

Workshops are delivered on Wednesday evenings at 18.30 - 20.30 GMT.
Dates for Winter and Spring 2024 cohorts can be found here.
N.B both hybrid and remote fellows follow the same online curriculum delivered by the same workshop leads.

Week 1: Introduction to Clinical Product Management (Central London)

Learn the foundations underpinning Clinical Product Management, with a focus on case-studies and practical translation to your project.

You will learn the basics of managing healthcare products from inception to market release. You will gain a better understanding of user needs, and apply best practices for product lifecycle management in a clinical setting.

Identifying methodologies for product management
Developing strategies for effective product development
Applying project management tools
Enhancing knowledge on risk management in product
your instructor

Dr Rhydian Harris

Week 2: Proving Your Hypotheses with User Data (UX)

You will learn to extract and apply user data to test and refine your healthcare innovation hypotheses. Emphasising practical data collection and analysis, the week's goal is to align healthcare solutions with genuine user needs, preparing you for evidence-based project development. This approach ensures the creation of impactful, user-validated healthtech products.

Colleting user data
Validating hypotheses
Understanding customer needs
Enhancing data-driven decisions
your instructor

Dr Lucinda Scharff

Week 3: Lean Canvas: Problem Statements and Hypotheses

You will be equipped with the Lean Canvas framework to articulate clear problem statements and form testable hypotheses. This structured approach sharpens the focus on key components of your healthtech solutions, encouraging critical thinking and strategic planning.

Structuring ideas with Lean Canvas
Defining problem statements
Formulating testable hypotheses
Streamlining solution development
your instructor

Dr Benjamin Viaris de Lesegno

Week 4: Pathways to Product Commercialisation

In Week 4, the curriculum pivots to the business aspects of healthtech innovation, teaching you how to bring a product to market. The focus is on understanding the commercial viability of solutions, exploring market strategies, and knowing the financial landscape.

Grasping market entry strategies
Analysing commercial viability
Planning financial models
Navigating product launch stages
your instructor

Dr Molly Gilmartin

Week 5: Artificial Intelligence in Healthtech, and Medical Content Creation

Week 5 is a double whammy.

You will first learn about the intricacies of medical content creation using case studies from renowned period tracking app, Flo Health. This will be followed by an introduction to the transformative potential of artificial intelligence in healthcare, exploring its application in diagnostics, treatment, and patient care optimisation.

Understanding AI capabilities
Creating safe and engaging medical content: Flo Health
Innovating with AI technology
Risking it all for AI in healthtech
your instructor

Dr Keith Grimes

Week 6: Healthtech regulation and compliance (UK)

Week 6 delves into the essential knowledge of regulatory frameworks and compliance in the UK healthtech industry, ensuring that you have a basic understanding of legal standards and patient safety requirements. The sessions aim to equip you with the knowledge to manage regulatory scrutiny while maintaining the innovative edge of your healthtech solutions.

Learning the foundations of healthtech regulation in the UK
Ensuring compliance adherence
Mitigating legal risks
Prioritising patient safety
your instructor

Dr Jonathan Andrews

Week 7: Mastering networking and pitching

This week's focus is on empowering you with the confidence and skills to effectively present healthtech solutions to potential investors, partners, and peers. Emphasis is placed on crafting compelling narratives that resonate with diverse audiences, fostering relationships that can lead to collaboration and opportunity.

This hands-on workshop focuses on ensuring you understand the dynamics of professional interactions in the healthtech ecosystem to foster impactful collaboration.

Perfecting pitch strategies
Expanding professional networks
Engaging with industry leaders
Communicating value propositions
your instructor

Dr Tahseen Tayob

Week 8: Remote Essay Submission

The final week culminates in an essay submission where fellows articulate their project's journey and outcomes. This critical reflection is a synthesis of their learning and innovation process. Essay submission offers a distinct avenue for fellows to demonstrate their progress and proficiency.

Following your submission, all essays will be assessed and personalised feedback will be provided. There will also be the potential for your ideas to be picked up by industry partners.

You will also have the option to submit a pitch deck or video to support your essay.

Based on numerous criteria, fellows across both the hybrid and remote Fellowships will be shortlisted for merits and distinctions.

Synthesis of knowledge
Expert feedback
Demonstrated expertise
Foundation for future work
your instructor

Dr Sandy Wright

course information: the curriculum and instructors are subject to change

Remote HealthTech Fellowship.

Workshops are delivered on Wednesday evenings at 18.30 - 20.30 UK.
Spring 2024: April 17th - 5th June.
Summer 2024
: 10th July - 28th August.
Autumn 2024: 25th September - 13th November.
Find out more here. N.B both hybrid and remote fellows follow the same online curriculum delivered by the same workshop leads.

Week 1: Introduction to Clinical Product Management

Learn the foundations underpinning Clinical Product Management, with a focus on case-studies and practical translation to your project.

You will learn the basics of managing healthcare products from inception to market release. You will gain a better understanding of user needs, and apply best practices for product lifecycle management in a clinical setting.

Identifying methodologies for product management
Developing strategies for effective product development
Applying project management tools
Enhancing knowledge on risk management in product
course instructor
Dr Rhydian Harris: Co-Founder of BiteLabs. Product Manager; Ex-Pando, Ex-Numan
Week 2: Proving Your Hypotheses with User Data (UX)

You will learn to extract and apply user data to test and refine your healthcare innovation hypotheses. Emphasising practical data collection and analysis, the week's goal is to align healthcare solutions with genuine user needs, preparing you for evidence-based project development. This approach ensures the creation of impactful, user-validated healthtech products.

Collating user data
Validating hypotheses
Understanding customer needs
Enhancing data-driven decisions
course instructors
Dr Lucinda Scharff: Senior Clinical Specialist at Google Health
Dr Helena Tendedez: UX Researcher | PhD in Human-Computer Interaction; Ex-Cera Care
Week 3: Lean Canvas: Problem Statements and Hypotheses

You will be equipped with the Lean Canvas framework to articulate clear problem statements and form testable hypotheses. This structured approach sharpens the focus on key components of your healthtech solutions, encouraging critical thinking and strategic planning.

Structuring ideas with Lean Canvas
Defining problem statements
Formulating testable hypotheses
Streamlining solution development
course instructors
Dr Benjamin De Viaris: Co-founder of Leva Clinic and Cellen
Dr David Laith Rawaf: Clinical Excellence Lead at Inovus Medical
Week 4: Pathways to Product Commercialisation

In Week 4, the curriculum pivots to the business aspects of healthtech innovation, teaching you how to bring a product to market. The focus is on understanding the commercial viability of solutions, exploring market strategies, and knowing the financial landscape.

Grasping market entry strategies
Analysing commercial viability
Planning financial models
Navigating product launch stages
course instructors
Dr Molly Gilmartin: HealthTech Investor at Albion VC
Dr Grace Hatton: Principal Clinician at Arcturis Data
Week 5: Artificial Intelligence in Healthtech, and Medical Content Creation

Week 5 is a double whammy.
You will first learn about the intricacies of medical content creation using case studies from renowned period tracking app, Flo Health. This will be followed by an introduction to the transformative potential of artificial intelligence in healthcare, exploring its application in diagnostics, treatment, and patient care optimisation.

Understanding AI capabilities
Creating safe and engaging medical content: Flo Health
Innovating with AI technology
Risking it all for AI in healthtech
course instructors
Dr Claudia Pastides: Director of Medical Accuracy at Flo Health
Dr Keith Grimes: Digital Health Consultant at Curistica; Ex-Babylon
Dr Annabelle Painter: Medical Director at Visiba Care
Week 6: Healthtech regulation and compliance (UK)

Week 6 delves into the essential knowledge of regulatory frameworks and compliance in the UK healthtech industry, ensuring that you have a basic understanding of legal standards and patient safety requirements. The sessions aim to equip you with the knowledge to manage regulatory scrutiny while maintaining the innovative edge of your healthtech solutions

Learning the foundations of healthtech regulation in the UK
Ensuring compliance adherence
Mitigating legal risks
Prioritising patient safety
course instructors
Dr Jonathan Andrews: Former Chief Medical Officer of Certific
Dr Sandy Wright: Clinical Lead at Scarlet, RSM Digital Health Council
Week 7: Mastering networking and pitching

This week's focus is on empowering you with the confidence and skills to effectively present your healthtech solutions to potential investors, partners, and peers. Emphasis is placed on crafting compelling narratives that resonate with diverse audiences, fostering relationships that can lead to collaboration and opportunity.

This hands-on workshop focuses on ensuring you understand the dynamics of professional interactions in the healthtech ecosystem to foster impactful collaboration.

Perfecting pitch strategies
Expanding professional networks
Engaging with industry leaders
Communicating value propositions
course instructors
Dr Lucy Marples: Clinical Specialist at Google Health; Ex-Babylon
Dr Tahseen Tayob: Senior Innovation Manager at Imperial College
Week 8: Remote Essay Submission

The final week culminates in an essay submission where fellows articulate their project's journey and outcomes. This critical reflection is a synthesis of their learning and innovation process. Essay submission offers a distinct avenue for fellows to demonstrate their progress and proficiency.

Following your submission, all essays will be assessed and personalised feedback will be provided. There will also be the potential for your ideas to be picked up by industry partners.

You will also have the option to submit a pitch deck or video to support your essay.

Based on numerous criteria, fellows across both the hybrid and remote Fellowships will be shortlisted for merits and distinctions.

Synthesis of knowledge
Expert feedback
Demonstrated expertise
Foundation for future work

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your learning

Elevate your potential in digital health.

Embark on a transformative journey to redefine patient care with cutting-edge skills in healthtech.

Healthcare innovation strategy

Discover frameworks for turning healthcare challenges into opportunities for innovation and strategic growth.

Validate a problem statement

Learn frameworks to validate a problem statement by talking to real-world potential stakeholders.

Regulation and compliance

Understand the basics of the regulation and compliance landscape in the UK to guide your product development.

Commercialisation

Gain the skills needed to market and sell a healthtech solution successfully.
Two paths, tailored to your personal and professional needs

What is the difference?

remote healthtech fellowship: 8 weeks

£1050* (VAT inclusive)

Fully-remote (now available globally)
Evening live workshops
Access to industry experts
Independent project assignment
Weekly cohort check-ins
Access job opportunities
Join the alumni network
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the healthtech fellowship: 8 weeks
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£1860* (VAT inclusive)

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Access to industry experts
Present your product at Demo Day
Group project work & mentorship
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Join the alumni network
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Your workshop leads.

Meet the visionaries behind BiteLabs Healthtech, dedicated to blending clinical expertise with technological innovation for better healthcare outcomes.
Dr Rhydian Harris
Fellowship Advisor
Co-Founder of BiteLabs. Product Manager; Ex-Pando, Ex-Numan
Dr Keith Grimes
Fellowship Advisor
Clinical Product Management, Honorary Lecturer in Digital Technology & Health; Ex-Babylon
Dr Lucinda Scharff
Fellowship Advisor
Senior Clinical Specialist at Google
Dr David Laith Rawaf
Fellowship Advisor
Clinical Excellence Lead at Inovus Medical, Surgeon, Innovator
Dr Tahseen Tayob
Fellowship Advisor
Senior Innovation Manager at Imperial College Health Partners
Dr Jonathan Andrews
Fellowship Advisor
Former Chief Medical Officer of Certific
Dr Sandy Wright
Fellowship Advisor
Clinical Lead at Scarlet, RSM Digital Health Council
Dr Lucy Marples
Fellowship Advisor
Clinical Specialist at Google Health; Ex-Babylon
Dr Claudia Pastides
Fellowship Advisor
Director of Medical Accuracy at Flo Health
Dr Annabelle Painter
Fellowship Advisor
Medical Director at Visiba Care, RSM Digital Health Council
Dr Grace Hatton
Fellowship Advisor
Principal Clinician at Arcturis Data
Dr Molly Gilmartin
Fellowship Advisor
HealthTech Investor at Albion VC
Dr Benjamin De Viaris
Fellowship Advisor
Co-founder of Leva Clinic and Cellen
Dr Helena Tendedez
Fellowship Advisor
UX Researcher, PhD in Human-Computer Interaction; Ex-Cera Care
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Admissions process.

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Application submission

Use our easy online portal to submit your application. We recommend dedicating around 1 hour to this process.

Interview

If your application meets our minimum requirements but we are left with further questions, we will reach out to arrange a 15-minute interview to discuss your background, career aspirations, and motivations.

Admission outcome

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Frequently Asked Questions

Everything you need to know about the Remote HealthTech Fellowship.
What is the scope of the Remote HealthTech Fellowship?
The Remote HealthTech Fellowship is an intensive online programme for those aiming to understand and engage with the health technology sector. It is designed to provide comprehensive knowledge and practical skills required to innovate in the digital health space, including product development, market analysis, and understanding regulatory environments, all through remote learning.
What are the costs and payment options for the fellowship?
Fees are set at £1050 (including VAT) for the fully online fellowship. To facilitate affordability, we've partnered with Klarna to offer an option to pay the fee in instalments. A 35% discount is available for students, and bursaries for exceptional candidates. Additionally, NHS trainees may utilise their professional development budget to cover the fees.
What networking and mentorship opportunities are available?
Participants will have numerous opportunities to engage with industry experts and peers, including mentorship sessions, collaborative projects, and networking events. Fellowship also grants access to job opportunities and a comprehensive alumni network.
What are the significant dates for our 2024 cohorts?
The Spring Cohort runs from 17th April - 5th June (deadline 18th February), the Summer Cohort runs from 10th July - 28th August (deadline 9th June) and the Autumn Cohort runs from 25th September - 13th November (deadline 25th August). Results are released on a rolling basis and applications will close once capacity is met, so we recommend applying early. There will be no other cohorts running in 2024.
What support will I receive during the fellowship?
Fellows are supported through regular online mentorship sessions and have weekly access to group check-ins. Resources include extensive reading materials, case studies, and participation in a thriving online community for networking and support.
Who is the Remote HealthTech Fellowship designed for?
It is designed for residents in the UK and Europe, with pilot fellows now accepted globally, and is particularly suited for individuals with a keen interest in healthtech, such as professionals in healthcare, technology, and entrepreneurship, as well as students in relevant fields. The programme is perfect for those who are eager to learn but require the flexibility to study from any location.
What level of commitment is required from fellows?
While the weekly workshops are set for two hours, fellows should anticipate dedicating additional time for reading, project work, and collaborations with peers. The total weekly commitment may be between 4 to 6 hours, depending on the project phase and individual learning pace.
Can you elaborate on the Remote HealthTech Fellowship's structure?
Over an eight-week period, fellows participate in online workshops that run for two hours each week in the evenings. The structure is crafted to accommodate busy schedules, providing a balance between structured learning and flexible engagement.
How does one apply to the Remote HealthTech Fellowship?
Applications are accepted online, with a focus on the applicant’s motivation, experience, and how the fellowship aligns with their career goals. The selection process is rigorous to ensure that the cohort benefits from a diverse and dynamic group of fellows.
What is the final deliverable of the Remote HealthTech Fellowship?
The programme culminates in an independent project where fellows articulate their learning through a project presentation. This final piece is an opportunity to synthesise the programme content and demonstrate the ability to apply concepts to real-world scenarios.
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