Health Foundry and ClearlySo are coming together for our May Lunch&Learn on how to get investment ready. ClearlySo work exclusively with high-impact businesses to help them raise capital. Clearly Social Angels is the UK's leading network of high-net-worth individual investors dedicated to impact investment for businesses that create positive social and environmental change.
Health Foundry and DigitalHealth.London are proud to present their fourth joint pitch event: 5x5x5 Pitches. 5 innovators x 5 minutes each to pitch plus 5 mins for feedback, to an invited audience of peers, clinicians, investors and policy makers.
In partnership with the DigitalHealth.London Accelerator, Health Foundry offers members 40-minute one-to-one surgeries with one of the NHS Navigators. The Navigators all have extensive NHS experience and connections and if you’re looking for help articulating your offer in patient, clinician or policy terms or just need an introduction to the right person, then this is the surgery for you.
A monthly informal member get-together with lots of contacts & peer-to-peer advice shared. And free beer!
Health Foundry is pleased to annouce a partnership with HealthTechXEurope. HealthTechXEurope is a one day international HealthTech thought leadership summit being held in London on 20 June 2017 at 30 Euston Square, the home of the Royal College of GPs. The event will bring together all the key stakeholders in the HealthTech ecosystem for thought leadership from leading international thinkers at the cutting edge of HealthTech and Digital Health.
The Intellectual Property (IP) and Commercial Research Team manage and commercialise the Trust’s IP portfolio through licensing and spin-outs, develop commercial research collaborations and partnerships with industry. They offer 40 minute surgeries to members and can help with navigating the Trust, product development and getting a pilot.
The second in a series of 3 bimonthly sessions at Health Foundry, curated by thinkingaroundcorners to provoke thinking around successful technology interventions in healthcare. In this second session, we will explore how machine learning/AI could actually be used to detect how an intervention is working, how it makes users feel and how automation could take the strain to let human carers do what only humans can do.
Interim Programme Co-Director of the DigitalHealth.London Accelerator, Dr James Somauroo, shares his tips for digital health startups trying to sell to the NHS.
Health Foundry and DigitalHealth.London are proud to present their third joint pitch event: 5x5x5 Pitches.
5 innovators x 5 minutes each to pitch plus 5 mins for feedback, to an invited audience of peers, clinicians, investors and policy makers.
A chance to get to the nitty gritty of your digital health business or idea, with honest, constructive feedback on how to tell your brand story from the people that matter.
We are thrilled that David Lawson, Director of Procurement at Guys' & St Thomas' Hospital is joining us for a very special Lunch&Learn to share his insights on procurement and how startups can access the supply chain of the Trust.
Dr Victoria Bretton founded mHabitat in 2014 to support people-centred digital innovation in health and care. Based in Leeds, mHabitat supports digital innovation in the NHS and wider public sector from early stage discovery through to strategic planning. With a background in the third sector, local authority and NHS, Victoria has clocked up two masters degrees and a PhD on the theme of online social networks and mental health.
Victoria joins us on Tuesday 21st February to share her extensive experience of getting digital innovations adopted by the NHS.
Lead developer and founder of Powered By Coffee, Stewart Richie has been building websites for 15 years and focusing on WordPress for 5. He joins us at Health Foundry on 2 February for our third Lunch&Learn to look at the difference working with the marking funnel can make to designing your website. He will share tips and tricks for using the funnel to attract and convert more customers on your website.
Thinking Around Corners brings you a 3-part series on understanding effective technological interventions in healthcare. Part One is "Invisible Innovations" the art of creating unobtrusive and intuitive digital solutions in healthcare. Speakers include Aaron Johnson, Technology Will Save Us and Shamus Husheer from Heartfelt Technologies.
You are invited to join social entrepreneurs, policy makers and social enterprise support organisations for an afternoon exploring the challenges and opportunities of digital technologies for the work-life balance of social entrepreneurs including an opportunity to co-create practical solutions and on-going support.
Health Foundry and DigitalHealth.London are proud to present their second 5x5x5 Pitch Night.
5 companies pitch for 5 minutes for 5 mins of feedback from an invited audience of peers, clinicians, investors and policy makers. A chance to get to the nitty gritty of your digital health business, with honest, constructive feedback on how to tell your brand story from the people that matter.
Dr Terry Parlett, Head of Intellectual Property & Commercial Research at Guy's & St Thomas' Hospital leads a discussion on the different ways of protecting an idea, invention or process using examples of innovation from Guy's & St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust.
HealthTech Women and Digital Health Forum join forces to bring you a Christmassy networking and knowledge-sharing event.
Who is this event for? All healthcare innovators! Whether you’ve a device, application, pharmaceutical or a diagnostic tool, this event is for you.
Newspapers have undergone massive change in recent times as they respond to audiences' increased usage of phones, tablets and laptops. The media has had to learn to better understand its readers, and also to change itself to deliver services not just in print but also onto the screen. The NHS is facing similar challenges as it tries to create an improved digital patient experience, as well as find operational efficiencies without damaging quality of service.
Health Foundry and DigitalHealth.London are proud to present their first joint event: 5x5x5 Pitches.
5 companies x 5 minutes each to pitch plus 5 mins for feedback, to an invited audience of peers, clinicians, investors and policy makers. A chance to get to the nitty gritty of your digital health business, with honest, constructive feedback on how to tell your brand story from the people that matter.
This is the first of our Lunch & Learn series, where we aim to inspire and assist you on your journey as you nibble on your peanut butter sarnies.
Health Foundry is proud to be partnering with London South Bank University and The World vs.MS on an 'idea hack' to come up with ideas to solve three of the big problems that people with MS suffer every day - mobility, bladder and temperature control. Join us on Monday 21st November for a faciliated 'idea hack' to work on your big idea and submit it for a chance to win a development grant of up to €100,000.
SHARP is a specialist team of mental health professionals focused on recovery and well-being for people using mental health services in Lambeth. They are holding an event to showcase the full series of 15 interventions and groups featuring 6 new animations designed in order to enhance service users' understanding of what the service can offer.
As part of the Aging 2.0 series of London events, we are pleased to have Christina Nesheva, Operations Director, Hive Innovation Unit at ViiV Healthcare speak about "Practice your design muscles & co-create with your customers".
FitSociety is offering 25 of the best SME’s and entrepreneurs in Health and Med Tech the chance to increase their business’ survival rate by providing them with direct access to world-class business experts. Join them for a free branding masterclass on 27 September and learn how to tell the story of your health startup.
Health Foundry is launching with a two day digital health summit on 21st and 22nd September 2016. With a mix of keynotes, topical panels and demos covering aspects of digital health as wide as healthy cities, machine learning and inspiring collaborations, whether you’re in systems design, surgery or social services - we’re inviting you to join the conversation at our brand new premises in Waterloo.
This roundtable event is aimed at people working in healthtech, public and private health services, social innovation and consumer/patient-focused organisations. We welcome a diverse mix of people from start-ups, SMEs, social enterprises, strategic organisations, corporates, research bodies and public services to attend.
DigitalHealth.London is excited to be bringing its Office Hours sessions to the Health Foundry’s Open Festival! Supporting innovators and entrepreneurs, Office Hours will provide your company with an hour of time with an executive from one of our partner organisations; offering NHS, digital, tech, business and commercial expertise.
This hands on and 'mouths on' workshop invites a group of young adults from the local community to participate in this journey of mouthy discovery, exploring the mouth as extraordinary tool and collaborating with Michelle, Francesca and Luca in the process of designing potential applications for their mouth controller.
Men talk less online than women, yet get great value from being able to read and share experiences about difficult issues. One-in-five male internet users say they read or comment on online discussion forums such as Reddit, Digg or Slashdot. Building Digital Tribes is joining forces with The Men’s Health Forum to bring together a range of speakers for a discussion about engaging men in online communities.
Tech for Good is a meetup group that brings together hackers, coders, developers and designers with people who really understand a social problem and want to build digital solutions to social challenges. Join them for an evening of inspiring stories from digital health pioneers.
Join innovation agency Fluxx in an interactive workshop where they will share their experiences of using behavioural science to design solutions to healthcare problems.