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Helping you get your device NHS-ready

  CHEATA is based at Nottingham's Queens Medical Centre

CHEATA

The Centre for Healthcare Equipment & Technology Adoption (CHEATA) is part of Clinical Engineering at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust and is a core part of the Centre for Healthcare Technologies.

CHEATA offers a unique contract-based support service to clinical, academic and commercial med-tech developers to gather evidence for NHS adoption and to help our clients develop devices that are truly NHS-ready.

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Find out more at www.cheata.co.uk

A one-stop-shop for all medical technology adoption needs, CHEATA's service portfolio includes:

  • Identification of opportunities
  • Value proposition
  • Human Factors
  • Clinical evaluation
  • NICE submission
  • Regulatory compliance support
  • Medical device training
  • Grant submission
 
 

Value proposition

Dan Clark at MedTech Expo

When you are persuading MedTech procurers to buy your product, you need to explain its value proposition.

Watch Professor Dan Clark talk about the value proposition at the Med-Tech Expo 2017

Key strategies and health data

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To support grant writing, we have collated some of the strategies and data sources that can demonstrate how your device is needed.