This event, on 10th January 2018, was held in the Digital Catapult Centre on Euston Road, London. Presentations given were:

  1. Promoting innovation in the NHS: the importance of evidence, Kathy Scott, Head of Innovation, NHS England
  2. Improving patient outcomes by real-time data integration: Colin Rees, Co-Founder & CEO, Transforming Systems
  3. Digital health exporting – why you should do it and how to start: Maddy Bose, Assistant Director – India & Digital Healthcare Lead, Dept. for International Trade
  4. How NIHR & NOCRI can help you get the evidence you need: Matthew Hallsworth, Head of External Relations for the NIHR Office for Clinical Research Infrastructure (NOCRI)
  5. Apps that users really love – creating desirability: Gyles Morrison, Founder, the Clinical User Experience Association (CUXA)
  6. Sustainability, utility and integration, a Learning System for AI in diagnostic decision support: Brendan Delaney MD, Chair in Medical Informatics and Decision Making, Department of Surgery and Cancer, Imperial College London
  7. Using AI/ML for patient benefit: Vishaal Virani, Business Development manager,
  8. Digital health evidence in depth: the different types, the challenges of gathering them and when you will need them: Neelam Patel, MedCity and Rob Turpin, BSI
  9. Assistive technology: breaking through to a mass market, Charles Lowe, DHACA, & Madeleine Starr, Carers UK

Finally, following the successful Digital Health Safety meeting on 7th November, Jon Witte ( is seeking members  keen to form a SIG to take this work forwards;

Likewise Marta Kalas ( is keen to establish a SIG to work on selling to the NHS.