Digi.me holds first UK Patient Centricity focus group

Patient centricity is the philosophy of empowering individuals with their data to enable them to use it with the applications and services they choose, acting as a catalyst for record sharing, innovation and research. In 2017, digi.me collaborated with the Icelandic Directorate of Health to achieve a world first, a national citizen-facing API for medical … Continue reading Digi.me holds first UK Patient Centricity focus group

digi.me featured in Der Spiegel and Icelandic press!

Here at digi.me we're active around the world and at the forefront of innovation in the burgeoning personal data economy, so we're not unused to press attention. But we're delighted to have been featured in an article in Der Spiegel, one of Europe's biggest and most prestigious weekly news magazines, looking at how data start-ups … Continue reading digi.me featured in Der Spiegel and Icelandic press!

The Budget 2015 – How does it affect our digital landscape?

The latest UK budget announcement sets the scene for the startup landscape in 2015 and beyond.  There were some interesting trends in this years budget that will affect startups and freelancers along with some larger impact projects that will speed up innovation in parts of the UK. Take a look at a few of the … Continue reading The Budget 2015 – How does it affect our digital landscape?