Brilliant innovation and great digital health start-ups will be on show at the Digital Health Rewired festival, providing you with the chance to hear from the key leaders shaping the next stage of the digital health revolution.
Come join us to meet some truly amazing innovators shaping our future health:
- Dr Alan Karthikesalingam, head of research, Google Health, presents at The New Normal Summit, on where next on data.
- Dr Sina Habibi, CEO, Cognetivity, speaks at the AI and Data Summit, on AI for early detection of dementia
- Prof Daan Dohmen, CEO Lusscii, addresses the Virtual Care Summit, on virtual wards and patient activation.
- Dr Nadine Hachach-Haram, founder, Proximie, speaks at the Digital Transformation Summit, about sharing skills in real-time.
- Dr Mala Mawkin, market development manager Cellen Health, features on the Virtual Care Summit agenda, discussing virtual pain management.
- Jacob Haddad, co-founder AccuRX presents at the Virtual Care Summit, on remote care and vaccines.
- Dr Katerina Spranger, CEO, Oxford Heartbeat, speaks at the Digital Transformation Summit, on paving a path to innovation.
- Dr Sarah Bond, chief product officer, Mirada Medical, presents at the AI and Data Summit, AI in Radiology.
Explore the full Rewired programme, covering 300 speakers, online.
Running throughout Rewired will also be Pitchfest start-up competition, with 16 short-listed start-ups competing in lunchtime heats Monday-Thursday to win a place in the live Pitchfest final on the Friday.
Rewired will be delivered using a professional streaming event platform and production team, enabling you to take part in live Q&As and workshops and network online with fellow attendees, sponsors, and exhibitors, including through new video chat features.
If you are interested in the digital future of UK health join us for Rewired and invite your colleagues too. Sessions will be CPD accredited and registration is free for the NHS and public sector.
Digital Health Rewired is free for everyone from NHS, public sector, independent providers, charities and education sectors, plus start-ups less than three-years old.