We’ve developed a powerful ecosystem to create and shape the health and wellbeing environments of the future, with humans at the very core of progression. From progressive start-ups to established blue-chips, we provide measurable solutions to support growth and innovation within the Health and Life Science world. Working closely with public health providers and private innovators we are proud to play our part in developing healthcare of the future.
Building a Healthy Business
Our base of operations in East Anglia means we’re perfectly placed to plug into various centres of health-tech research, including Cambridge, Norwich and London.
We’re keen to engage with talent and companies working in the fields of biotech, robotics, data science and biometrics to see how we can add value with our pioneering ‘Human Dynamics’ model. Our offering goes far beyond technical recruitment consultancy.
We know healthcare, we know the challenges, and we love the results we provide.
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We have a wide range of roles in healthtech, including biometrics, biotech, cloud infrastructure, dev ops, AI & machine learning, robotics & data science.
The Global telemedicine market reached $49.89 billion in 2019 and is anticipated to grow at a remarkable rate to $194 billion by 2023.
The increased demand for remote diagnostic services during the COVID-19 pandemic has been a big driver to the rapid growth in 2020/1. The team at H&H HD Health have already witnessed a significant increase in demand for their services.
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Artificial Intelligence is a key player
Artificial Intelligence continues to play a key role in the fight against COVID-19. In the early stages of the pandemic, it supported medical teams and public health bodies in strategising a response.
As we move into the final stages of national lockdown, it may also hold the key to accelerating these restrictions being lifted.
Another piece of clickbait in the ever-growing hysteria that is Covid-19. Do I have a white lab coat and a degree in virology? No. The same can be said of many of the companies sending me Covid-19 related marketing spam and posting “helpful” advice all over LinkedIn, such as eat healthily and wash your hands.
My first six months in recruitment, as a complete newbie to the world of recruitment. I have been asked several times “Is recruitment what you expected it to be?”.
This is a complicated question for me to answer as I didn’t have any first impressions of what recruitment was before, having never been exposed to it, before I had the chance to experience it for myself. I have learned over the past couple of months there is a lot more to recruitment than what it may look like on the surface. I have learned, at its deepest, that it is a relationship industry.