Main Space, Canterbury House, 1 Royal Street, SE1 7LL, London
PLEASE NOTE: This event is now sold out!
Join the HealthTech Women network and the Digital Health Forum community for their Digital Health Christmas drinks party at Health Foundry!
Come along for a festive drink (or a few!) to chat and connect with like minded innovators, investors, NHS and digital health fanatics as we relive on all the excitement of 2016, and ponder what 2017 has in store.
We will hear from one of Health Foundry’s resident companies DrDoctor as well as what is happening at the frontline of innovation in the NHS. VR demo stands will also be available in the first half of the evening for you to experience the latest advances in VR digital health.
Register for free at tinyurl.com/dhhtwxmas.
6:45-7:15 Short talks
7:15-9:00 Networking drinks
(Not obligatory, but any Christmas attire donned is encouraged… the uglier the better).
It's going to be a great night, and we can't wait to see you there!
Digital Health Forum is your direct channel to cutting edge innovation, professional investment and corporate partnerships in the digital healthcare sector. The key driver behind DHF's offering is access to senior industry leaders, leading spokespersons and disruptive innovators who are playing a major part in the way healthcare is changing. DHF brings together a curated ecosystem of innovators, investors and executives who are driving this change.
Health Foundry is a new collaborative workspace for people using digital technologies to improve health and wellbeing funded by Guy's and St Thomas' Charity and based at Canterbury House in Waterloo.
DrDoctor helps hospitals and patients communicate. We empower patients to manage their own appointments, and save hospitals money in the process. To date, over 4 million patients have managed their appointments through DrDoctor, and we’ve saved over 2500 NHS waiting years.
CEO Insane Logic, Speech and Language Therapy Online.
UK and European Patent Attorney
Clinical Director at HTW UK Healthcare Revolutioniser