10th & 11th March 2020
The Business Design Centre, London

Conference PROGRAMME 2020

The Health 4.0 theatre is designed to inspire new ways of thinking about and solving the problems facing health today. Featuring global innovators and thought leaders, our aim is to cover the most advanced digital innovations, business models and health strategies fit for the future.
9:30 am
Welcome Address and Thanks -
9:35 am
The Future of Digital Healthcare in the UK -
10:00 am
The oBPM™ revolution: measuring blood pressure continuously and without cuff - CSEM has been the first actor of monitoring HR at wrist and has ...
10:20 am
Disseminate instructions & gather deep insights during emergencies. - One of the pioneers of using arificial intelligence to screen passengers at airports discuss how ...
11:00 am
The practical uses of AI in wearable applications -
Excellent and ...
11:30 am
Networking Break -
12:00 pm
What can health data teach us ? -
 Arigami LTD
  CEO & Founder,
12:40 pm
Proving the Benefits of Transformative Technology - The convergence of health care and ...
1:00 pm
Lunch -
2:00 pm
Technology transforming healthcare - Virtual hospitals, remote caregiving, self-monitoring, machine learning — which ...
 Clinical Development,
2:25 pm
The future of personalised healthcare -

Panelist - Liz Ashall-Smith, CEO, ORCHA

Panelist - Professor Ian Craddock, University of Bristol

3:10 pm
Networking Break -
3:30 pm
Aged Technology – the next frontier - Panelist
Andrew Cowan

FutureCare UK ...
 The Moment
4:15 pm
Whats the right strategy for digital health companies ? -
4:45 pm
Closing remarks -
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