DHACA Day XVIII on 18th March – more details
Speakers confirmed, or invited-and-still-to-be-confirmed, now include:
- Lisa Hollins, Director for Digital Innovation, and deputy CDO, NHSX
- Prof Paul Hogg, Vice Principal for Innovation and Regional Affairs, Royal Holloway, University of London, talking about Royal Holloway’s plans to help SMEs exploit AI
- Philip Harvey, Senior Cloud Solution Architect for Data & AI at Microsoft
- William Priest, Senior Commercial Advisor, UK Cabinet Office and Chief Executive, Geospatial Commission, UK
- Guy Boersma, Managing Director, Kent Surrey Sussex Academic Health Science Network and Digital Health Lead for the AHSN Network
- Chris Gray, Solutions Architect, Clinical Architecture
- Dr Keith Grimes, Clinical Innovation Director, Babylon
The event is kindly sponsored by Baker Botts.
DHACA is kindly supported by Kent Surrey & Sussex AHSN.
More speakers will be announced shortly, in the meantime do please book when you have a moment
KSS AHSN’s kind sponsorship has now given us a new lease of life so we are establishing proper governance including oversight of expenditure and democratic direction. Following appeals both in these newsletters and at our previous DHACA Days, three people have kindly stepped forward so far to help: Patricia Roberts, Seb Tucknot and Pilar Fernandez-Hermida, who join Graham and me. We will be having our first conference call on 8th January so if anyone else has a burning desire for involvement, do preferably let me know before then so we can include you.
Pitching on 5th February
We are still extremely short of pitching companies for this event. Although there is no commitment to fund the two winners, with a dozen financiers on the panel there’s a jolly good chance that those that come over well will get offers. At the worst you’ll get great experience, and a lovely big bottle of high quality bubbly if you win! What’s not to like?
More details here.
That’s it for 2019. Wishing you a great Christmas and a very successful 2020,