HTE MedTech FUTURES Conference

Location: Hinxton Hall Conference Centre, Wellcome Trust Genome Campus, Saffron Walden, CB10 1SAH
9:00 - 16.30

The MedTech FUTURES conference, delivered by Health Tech Enterprise, aims to explore the way technology and innovation can transform the way health and care is delivered and support the realisation of the NHS’s long term plan.

This event, which will be held at the Wellcome Genome Campus, Cambridgeshire, will bring together leaders from the NHS, industry and academia to explore key needs in healthcare provision and the latest technology trends including:

Delivering on the NHS Long Term Plan

  1. Role of technology in addressing key challenges of today including tackling waiting lists and the on-going impact of Covid-19
  2. The digital health revolution
  3. Developing an effective regulatory strategy for medical technologies
  4. Successful fundraising and venture capital trends to watch
  5. Clinicians and industry experts will share their insights on each topic and delegates will be able to take part in an insightful panel discussion, chaired by Vivienne Parry OBE.

Speakers include:
Dr Pegah Salahshouri, Consultant Cardiologist, Royal Papworth NHS Foundation Trust
Dr Anna Moore, Clinical Lecturer of Child Psychiatry, University of Cambridge
Bryn Sage, CEO of Inhealthcare
Dr Louise Jopling, Commercial Director Eastern Academic Health Science Network
Dr Lis Boulton, Health and Care Policy Manager, Age UK
Dr Robert Tansley, Partner, Cambridge Innovation Capital
Stuart Angell, Chair of Regulatory Working Affairs Party at BIVDA
Sonja Marjanovic, Director Healthcare Innovation, RAND Europe
and Dr Robert Tansley, Partner, Cambridge Innovation Capital who will discuss "Successful Fundraising and Venture Capital Trends to Watch in 2023"

Delegates will also have the choice of four masterclass sessions during the day:

  1. IP & Commercialisation Strategies for MedTech Innovators
  2. Health Economics – How to Prove your Innovation Provides Value-for-Money
  3. Product Development Pitfalls – And How to Avoid them
  4. Effective Regulatory Strategy for Medical Technologies

This event is open to NHS staff, academics, third sector and healthcare industry colleagues with an interest in the latest emerging trends in medical technology innovation.

The full agenda for the day is now available. Find out more and register, here.