Visit the Digital Health Technology Show to learn how technology has the power to transform the NHS, saving the UK’s public health service billions and improving patient care.
The event is a new launch for 2017, taking place on 7-8 March at ExCeL in London. It is co-located with the Wearable Technology Show, IOT Connect, Smart Home Show and Augmented Reality and VR 2017 and the MXR Summit.
DHACA members will have access to over 30 thought-provoking conference sessions in the Digital Health Keynote and Health 2.0 Innovation theatres. They will also be granted an exclusive sneak peek at some of the hottest innovation about to break into the industry on Wednesday afternoon in the Product Demo Showcase.
In the Digital Health Keynote Theatre, attendees will learn from healthcare leaders and digital transformers, as well as hear from innovation and healthcare partners involved in the NHS Test Bed Programme how interconnected devices such as wearable monitors and data analysis will help patients to stay well and out of hospital.
The Heath 2.0 Innovation Theatre will showcase the latest innovators working within preventative healthcare and delegates will hear from some of the leading companies in technology who are disrupting medical provision, including sensor companies, wearable devices, app developers and cloud based solutions.
Entry to the expo is free for DHACA members. Anyone wanting to attend the eight track conference programme can do so at an exclusive 40% discount with the code DHTDHAC17
Be sure to pop by to say hi to us on the DHACA stand!
If you fancy attending some presentations, the event’s keynote speakers are listed below. The full conference programme can be viewed at here. Keynotes include:
- Juliet Bauer, Director of Digital Experience, NHS England
- Rachel Murphy, Digital Delivery Director, NHS Digital
- Indra Joshi, Clinical Lead Digital Urgent & Emergency Care NHS England & Clinical Director, HealthTech Women
- John Bernard, EMEA Marketing Director, Dexcom (producer of revolutionary glucose monitoring device to tackle diabetes)
- Alex Butler, Managing Director, The EarthWorks
- Bill Bunting, Co-Founder, Aloha Health
- Damien Marmion, Chief Operating Officer Global Business Line Health & Deputy CEO, AXA Global Life
- Dr Junaid Bajwa, Director of Healthcare Services, MSD
“Healthcare faces many challenges in 2017 and many of these challenges will be answered through the practical application of technology focused on improving clinical outcomes and provision of care through evidence based and validated solutions,” said John Weir, COO, Digital Health Technology Show.
“Attendees at The Digital Health Technology Show will discover what the future of healthcare will look like and learn about the latest disruptive technology transforming the medical sector.”