We’re pleased to be exhibiting at the Health Excellence Through Technology (HETT) show on 26 and 27 September 2023, at ExCeL London.

Come and see us at our exhibition stand (number F38) where you can speak to AHSN colleagues and partners; find out more about the AHSNs and how to access support; and meet 16 AHSN-supported innovators.

Our partners

We are joined by colleagues from the NHS Innovation Service, led by the Accelerated Access Collaborative (AAC) – an online service for health innovators, to support them to get their products, services or ideas adopted in the NHS, and in turn provide innovative solutions to NHS challenges.

We are also joined by our partners from the Clinical Entrepreneur Programme. The programme is also part of the AAC and brings together industry, government, regulators, patients and the NHS to remove barriers and accelerate the introduction of new ground-breaking treatments and diagnostics, which have the potential to transform care.

Our speakers

You can hear from experts across the AHSN Network speaking on a wide range of subjects:

Day one – Tuesday 26 September 2023

Title Speakers Time Theatre
The Future Digital Patient: Exploring the Design, Adoption and Engagement of Apps Mark Edginton

Director of Operations

Health Innovation Network

9:50 am – 10:30 am Digitally Empowered Patients
Future-Proofing the Infrastructure of your Virtual Wards and Remote Monitoring Technologies Amanda Begley

Interim Director of Digital Transformation – Health Innovation Network

 

9:55 am – 10:35 am Infrastructure & Data Architecture
Delivering Innovation to Support the Pressing Needs of Health and Care Dominique Allwood

Chief Medical Officer and AHSN Deputy

UCL Partners

10:15 am – 10:55 am Digital Maturity Forum
Driving Efficiency in the Reduction of the Elective Backlog: Exploring Waiting List Validation Mark Edginton

Director of Operations

Health Innovation Network

11:20 am – 12:00 am Digitally Empowered Patients
Considering Global Insights on Evidence for AI in Healthcare with Progress in the NHS Jenny Partridge

Programme Manager – Technology Navigation

Kent Surrey Sussex AHSN

12:05 pm – 12:45 am Digital Maturity Forum
Rethinking the Patient Pathway: Exploring the Use of PIFU to Effectively Deliver Follow-up Care Mark Edginton

Director of Operations

Health Innovation Network

1:40 pm – 2:20 pm Digitally Empowered Patients
Femtech and Women’s Health - The Future of Digital Support in the NHS Anna King

Commercial Director

Health Innovation Network, South London, part of the AHSN Network

2:50 pm – 3:30 pm Digital Maturity Forum
Virtual Wards: What’s Next in the Patient Journey? Mark Edginton

Director of Operations

Health Innovation Network

3:00 pm – 3:40 pm Digitally Empowered Patients
Building the Infrastructure of State-of-the-Art Data Analytics and Intelligence Phil Waywell

Director of Digital Partnerships

Yorkshire and Humber AHSN

 

Mark Avery

Director of Health Informatics

Eastern AHSN

3:00 pm – 3:40 pm Infrastructure & Data Architecture

 

Day two – Wednesday 27 September 2023

Title Speakers Time Theatre
Streamlining Routes to Enable Effective Partnership with Industry to Deliver Digital Maturity Amanda Begley

Interim Director of Digital Transformation – Health Innovation Network

 

Fiona Sweny

Director of Enterprise

UCL Partners

10:45 am – 11:25 am Digital Maturity Forum
Layering Innovations to Support a Future of the State of the Art in Healthcare Delivery Rishi Das-Gupta

CEO

Health Innovation Network

10:50 am – 11:30 am Infrastructure & Data Architecture
Showcasing Best Practice in UCD: Harnessing the Power of Lived Experience and End-User Feedback Roy Jogiya

Clinical Director

Health Innovation Network

11:10 am – 11:50 am Digitally Empowered Patients
Digitally Empowering the Person: Taking Devices into the Community Roy Jogiya

Clinical Director

Health Innovation Network

1:30 pm – 2:10 pm Digitally Empowered Patients
Keynote Panel – Patient Facing Technology: Exploring the Art of the Possible Rishi Das-Gupta

CEO

Health Innovation Network

 

Ruth Bradbury

Senior NHS Navigator

Health Innovation Network

 

John Craig

Chief Implementation Officer

UCL Partners

2:50 pm – 3:30 pm Digitally Empowered Patients
The Development of Digital Skills to Support Clinical Collaboration in Primary and Community Settings Mark Edginton

Director of Operations

Health Innovation Network

3:20 pm – 4:00 pm Workforce, Adoption & Productivity

 

Joined by health and care innovators

16 companies that have worked with AHSNs are exhibiting with us. Find out about their groundbreaking products and services, and how they are already adding value across healthcare.

  • Biophonics – is a spin-out from the University of Cambridge, combining world-leading acoustics and AI to design a unique medical device that is the first to enable widespread screening of valvular heart disease.
  • Careloop Health – AI driven prediction and relapse prevention for psychosis and schizophrenia. Developed within the University of Manchester. Co-designed at every stage and supported by a decade of clinical research within the NHS.
  • Citizen Communications – pioneers of the use of data driven, personalised video communication within the NHS.
  • Dermicus – devoted to delivering digital innovations that impact quality, accessibility and affordability of addressing skin conditions.
  • Gendius – a health data and insights business focused on metabolic disease, it develops algorithms to enable earlier identification of chronic diseases. Dedicated to improving patient lives and reducing the burdens faced by healthcare systems worldwide.
  • Klinik Health Solutions – a healthcare technology company delivering clinically designed, intelligent healthcare software with a strong focus on patient care. Its core team consists of doctors, healthcare professionals and engineers with leading expertise on how patient pathways should be arranged in order to deliver high quality care and cost-effective processes.
  • Lifelight – takes vital signs measurements simply by the user looking into the camera on a smartphone. It’s the world’s only clinically validated and regulated contactless solution for Blood Pressure, Respiration and Pulse.
  • Medwise AI – is an AI-powered search platform designed for healthcare. It supports the healthcare workforce to provide best practice care to patients and support healthcare organisations to reduce waiting lists by improving patient flow via standardised clinical pathways.
  • Melo – Decently is a digital health company focussed on using AI, data visualisation and clinical best practice to support clinicians in making earlier sense of challenging behaviours.
  • MaPPs – is a simple to use, online resource that generates up-to-date, simple language, medicines summaries, administration records and reminder charts.
  • MyRenalCare – Ardia Digital Health Ltd is a digital health company founded by Dr Nicholas Sangala, Consultant Nephrologist at Portsmouth Hospital. Its solutions include MyRenalCare, which has been recognised as best practice by NHS England, the Renal Services Transformation Programme and Imperial College Health Partners.
  • Neu health – has developed a digital platform for clinicians to drive better clinical outcomes and quality of life for people with Parkinson’s and dementia. Using a patient mobile app, connected to an AI-driven clinical decision support tool, Neu Health is closing the care management and data gap between clinic visits.
  • Pentax Medical – aims to find a balance between improving patient safety and the quality of people’s lives and taking responsibility for minimizing our impact on nature and society.
  • PRO-MAPP – revolutionising healthcare delivery through cutting-edge technology and innovation in the field of Digital Clinical Pathways. Committed to empowering healthcare providers and improving patient outcomes by seamlessly integrating clinical expertise, evidence-based medicine and patient involvement.
  • WASP – a software house that has an NHS focus with a specific focus on improving the process(es) that provide patients with access to acute services, both Urgent & Emergency Care and Elective Referrals.
  • YOURmeds – is a smart medication management system that helps people take the right medication at the right time with support from their network of family and friends.

 More about HETT

The exhibition is designed to support digital health transformation within the health and care sector by providing the digital health community with the opportunity to network; learn about best practice and key themes; and hear from influential figures across the healthcare community.

The event is free to attend for the NHS, charities, and wider public sector.

Read the full HETT programme.

Register to attend. 

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