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The future for health technologies: innovation, funding and regulation

Wednesday, 18th March 2015
Central London
This event is CPD certified

http://www.westminsterforumprojects.co.uk/forums/event.php?eid=919&t=9199

Guests of Honour: Dr Paul Rice, Head of Technology Strategy, NHS England and Dr Ali Parsa, Chief Executive, Babylon Healthcare

This seminar will look at next steps for the development and implementation of health technologies, challenges for wider take-up and investment, and the impact of digital health advancements on financial and health outcomes.

Planned sessions provide an opportunity to discuss the latest advancements in digital health, and to learn from examples of best practice the opportunities for improving access to services and self-care.

Attendees will also consider the impact of the Integrated Digital Care Technology Fund, the future for telehealth, and key issues surrounding investment, regulation and adoption of health technologies.

We are delighted to be able to include in this seminar keynote addresses from Professor Richard Barker, Director, CASMI; Dr Adrian Bull, Managing Director, Imperial College Health Partners; Ewan Davis, Director, Healthcare App Network for Development and Innovation; Cathy Hassell, Head of Technology Enabled Care Services Programme, NHS England; Janette Hughes, Project Manager, Scottish Centre for Telehealth and Telecare; James Freed, Head of Information Strategy, Public Health England; Dr Zahid Latif, Head of Healthcare, Innovate UK; Matthew Khoory, Managing Director, MediWise; Dr Neil McGuire, Clinical Director of Medical Devices, MHRA; Rebecca Malin, Deputy Director of Strategy and Business Development, Airedale NHS Foundation Trust; Dr Ali Parsa, Founder and CEO, Babylon; Dr Paul Rice, Head of Technology Strategy, NHS England; Nishan Sunthares, Commercial Director, Association of British Healthcare Industries and Doris-Ann Williams, Chief Executive, British In Vitro Diagnostics Association (BIVDA).

Dr John Pugh MP, Chair, All-Party Parliamentary Telehealth Group has kindly agreed to chair a session at this seminar.

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