Are you a healthcare innovator who wants to get your innovation into the NHS?

Register to join our partners, the NHS Innovation Service for their LIVE clinic at HETT North (28 February 2024, Manchester Central) to receive bespoke face-to-face support from leading experts on how to bring your healthcare innovation into the NHS.

We’re delighted to be part of this event, which is taking place in the Innovation Feature Zone between 1-2pm. This is your chance to have one-to-one conversations with a panel of innovation experts from NHS Innovation Service partner organisations, including our very own Dr. Sean Gill, Heath Innovation Network Programme Manager.

Other panelists include representatives from:

Matt Newman, Deputy Director of the Accelerated Access Collaborative (AAC), home of the NHS Innovation Service, said: “The NHS is a large and complex system, and introducing new products and technologies can be daunting to navigate. Our HETT North LIVE clinic is a unique opportunity to receive tailored advice from our expert panel of support organisations in real time, to help you drive your innovation forward.”

The NHS Innovation Service is a free service which gives innovators access to tailored, end-to-end support from expert partner organisations through a single coordinated platform. The service helps to increase and accelerate the uptake of impactful innovations into the NHS and social care by providing innovators with information and coordinated support.

Register today to take part. Please note that spaces are limited and will be offered on a first come, first served basis. To take part in the LIVE clinic you will need to be registered to attend HETT North.

Find out more about the NHS Innovation Service.

More about our panel of experts:

NICE produce evidence-based guidance and advice for the NHS, public health and social care practitioners to improve outcomes for people using the NHS using these services. They also develop quality standards and performance metrics for those providing and commissioning health, public health and social care services, and provide a range of information services for commissioners, practitioners and managers across health and social care.

NICE also coordinates the management of the AI and Digital Regulations Service, which brings together regulations, guidance and resources for AI and digital technologies in health and social care.

The Health Innovation Network is a network of 15 regional organisations established by NHS England to spread and adopt innovation at pace and scale across health and social care, and connects NHS and academic organisations, local authorities, the third sector and industry.

NHS Supply Chain is part of the NHS family and manages the sourcing, delivery and supply of healthcare products, services and food to the NHS and healthcare organisations in England and Wales.

Department for Business and Trade (DBT) help UK life sciences companies to do business overseas and support foreign life sciences companies to invest in the UK.

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