Keep up to date with developments at D Health.
After the busiest 6 months in our 5 year history, we are turning our attention to a new website. Whilst this site might be a little light on updates until we go live with the new site, we are sure you'll understand.
D Health always aims to improve based on feedback and as such, we sent an e-survey to delegates of our Annual Strategic Forum In Health Technology to gain some honest (anonymous) feedback.
How did the delegates rate the event?
58% Good, 42% Excellent
How did they describe it?
Speakers were eclectic and of great quality. Knowledge shared was insightful.
Networking of good quality because of restricted attendees number.
Good overview. Made good connections. Very well organised.
Directly (instantly) usable information from presentations and from presenters/audience
Great exchange of ideas and good opportunity to discuss in a "chatham house" environment
A good way to meet senior contacts in the field of e-health.
Very professional with a good mix of senior and knowledgeable experts about digital health
It's good to know that the delegation found value in the event and we have listened carefully to suggestions for content for our next event on Dec 14th. The request to hear about the journeys of entrepreneurs has been noted and is reflected in the open session.
The Business Of Digital Health: London December 14th.
An event for the private sector.
All indications suggest that 2017 will be a record breaking year for investment into digital health but this remains a challenging market. So how do you build a business against a backdrop of growing need but as yet, limited demand?
Information & registration HERE
D Health has recently become more active in the smart homes market with a recent keynote at the Smart Summit (UK) on "the role of retail in the digital health revolution". D Health will also be presenting at the Smart Homes and Building Association's Health & Well Being panel on October 19th in London.
Annual Strategic Forum in Health technology
London, Sept 28th
Helen Dickinson, Chief Strategy Officer, Simply Health
Marci Thiel, CEO and Founder, Expert 24
Robert Stephens, Partner, CMS
Rory Pope, Consultant, Apposite LLC
Mike Denis, Director of Data Strategy, Oxford AHSN
Dominic Pride, Founder, UpStart
Craig Dingwall, Data Protection Law (EU GDPR) Advisor and Digital Forensics Expert
Keith Wilcock, E-Health Strategy and Policy lead, Scottish Government
Rob Benson, Senior Communications Manager, Highland Marketing
Greer Deal, Director, Global Regulatory Services
Barnaby Poulton, Executive Director, Aptus Health
Dr Ashish Patel, Investment Manager, Mercia Technologies PLC
Agathe Acchiardo, Senior Account Director, Future Foundation
Gregor Anderson, Senior Device Director / GSK MMIP Lead, GSK
IBM, representative TBC
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Has strategy fallen out of fashion in a world where technology is driving complexity, uncertainty and unpredictability as well as opportunity? Join a senior delegation for a day of insight into the critical role of strategy within the technology-rich sectors of healthcare and the life sciences.
The latest bulletin in the D Health series which is tracking the emergence of an alternative digitally-inherent healthcare system is now available. Drawn from diverse news feeds,the latest bulletin highlights considerable activity in European consumer digital health illustrating the gradual shaping of the new system.
MORE DETAIL HERE
We are delighted to confirm the date of a new event "The Annual Strategic Forum In Health Technology": 28th September central London.
In addition to an increasingly uncertain global environment underpinned by political and social drivers, technology itself is creating uncertainty in healthcare and the life sciences.
This event will provide a diverse range of strategic perspectives. More detail HERE
Another strong line up... a unique topic. May 16th 20 Fenchurch Street, London.
Go to the event site HERE
“A new and distinctive healthcare system is emerging. It will be global, consumer-led with a privately-owned infrastructure separate from our existing healthcare systems. It will be citizen-oriented, location-agnostic, clinician-agnostic and data-centric. Although currently in an embryonic stage, it is likely that this emergent system will start to become distinct within the next three years and presents perhaps the most strategically significant development in modern healthcare.”
9.15 Welcome & Scene Setting
An introduction to the new dynamics affecting the healthcare market
9.30 -10.30am Where are the at scale solutions in the face of growing need?
Current market status: Join a diverse and knowledgeable panel for a review of the digital health industry in a time of growing need. (making reference to a comprehensive list of barriers to progress drawn up in 2013).
David Calder, KTN, Knowledge Transfer Manager Health & Care
David Porter, Apposite LLP, Managing Partner
Keith Wilcock, Scottish Government, eHealth Strategy & Policy Lead
Mike Dennis, Oxford AHSN, Director of Information Strategy.
Paul Clitheroe, Liverpool CCG, Program Manager. Digital Care & Innovation
Jeremy Cummin, Chairman, D Health
10.30am – 11.15am Coffee & Networking
11.15 – 12.15 An illustration of the emerging system
What does the new system look like? 6 workshops involving 80 executives that explored the emergence of an alternative healthcare system. Results from a post-workshop e-survey indicated a high level of confidence in the reality of this unique phenomenon. The nature of the system is brought to life by highlighting the capabilities of a group of leading digital health companies.
Risk Assessment: Roadtohealth Remote Monitoring - Eldercare: Canarycare
Remote Monitoring – Vital Signs: Biofourmis Weight Management: Mando - invited
Mental health management: Tomo
12.15: The voice of industry
What does the digital health industry need from government to support an emerging alternative healthcare system?
12.30 – 13.30 Lunch: High quality networking and high quality food.
13.30 – 14.15 Loneliness, helplessness and boredom – the scourge of old age: Has digital health failed an ageing population?
Market opportunity: Has the digital health industry overlooked one of the greatest opportunities to address growing need?
Madeleine Starr, Carers UK, Director of Business Development and Innovation
Stuart Sheehy, Director, Canarycare
Ian Spero, Founder, Agile Ageing Alliance
14.15 – 15.30 How will the emerging system impact on healthcare?
How will the new system change healthcare? Leading companies share their thinking in the form of three key points for consideration.
Consumer Devices: Jean-Philippe Doumeng, Withings, UK Healthcare Development Director
Telcos: Jon Lee-Davey, Vodafone, Head Of Healthcare, IoT Vertical Development
Norman Niven, Protel Health, Chief Executive
Legal: Niall McAllister, Olswang, Partner Co-Chair Life Sciences
15.30 – 16.15 Coffee & networking
16.00 The impact of an emerging system on healthcare: Where do we go next?
The Future Of The Market. The emergence of a new, global healthcare system must be one of the most important phenomena in the era of modern healthcare. How will the market react? How do you ensure you prosper?
The overwhelming opinion of this leading cohort is that “this is a real”. So what will you do? Join in the discussion and debate at "The Alternative Emerging Digital Health Summit" http://bit.ly/2meAnLl