Cyted named one of Britain’s most impressive innovators
Cyted selected amongst UK’s leading healthcare companies in the Department for International Trade’s (DIT) 'Beyond 100’ Digital Health Playbook
17 February 2022
Cyted has been named one of Britain’s most impressive innovators in the Department for International Trade’s second publication of their Digital Health Playbook – ‘Beyond 100’ – which showcases the UK’s leading digital health innovators to international markets.
Positioned alongside some of the most prominent players in digital healthcare, Cyted’s inclusion in the Digital Health Playbook recognises their readiness for global expansion, the uniqueness of their innovation and their potential for tackling the world’s most pressing healthcare challenges.
First published in 2021, the latest edition of the Playbook has been expanded to include new pioneers in digital healthcare, whose ground-breaking technologies are expected to play a key role in addressing healthcare challenges globally.
From companies that provide self-care, digital triage and virtual care solutions, to those that analyse and report data to improve efficiencies and diagnostics, the Playbook now includes 160 UK companies, all of which have demonstrated their commitment to export and international expansion, their responsiveness to changing system needs, and their dedication transform the delivery of healthcare, both within the UK and internationally.
With the support of the DIT’s Digital Health team and their connections in 96 international markets, Cyted is planning to lay the foundations for an exciting growth journey ahead, so they can continue revolutionising cancer diagnostics on a global scale.
Marcel Gehrung, CEO, Cyted, commented:
“At Cyted, we are dedicated to leading a revolution in diagnostics, so that diseases and cancers are diagnosed earlier and faster. We're delighted to be recognised by the Department for International Trade’s Beyond 100 Digital Health Playbook as one of the UK’s most impressive innovators.
“We are proud to be making a difference across one of the most complex health systems in the world, during its most challenging time. Our technologies and services are being tried and tested across the NHS, helping to accelerate patient turnaround times and improve patient outcomes. We are ready to partner with healthcare providers globally to bring our services and innovations to patients and systems overseas.
Thank you to Dr Mike Short CBE FREng FIET FBCS FITP, The AHSN Network and UCL Partners for your support.”
To read more about the Department for International Trade’s ‘Beyond 100’ Digital Health Playbook, check it out here.