Digital Health Rewired 2020 will feature an expanded programme focused on showcasing some of the best start-ups across the UK and Europe.
Disruptive digital health start-ups will feature across all the Rewired conference tracks alongside some of the most innovative NHS IT leaders, talking about how they have harnessed digital to benefit patients.
High impact digital health disruptors to catch at Rewired 2020 include; Carron Manning, co-founder of iPrescribe Exercise, Sina Habibi, founder of Cognetivity, and Daniel Nathrath, co-founder of Ada Health.
iPrescribe Exercise is developing a service based on personalised exercise prescription programmes for citizens combining AI programmes and Apple Watch sensor data. A physiotherapist, Carron co-founded iPrescribe Exercise three-years ago, to provide personalised exercise programmes for all.
Cognetivity is reinventing dementia detection using a new cognitive testing platform. The Integrated Cognitive Assessment is a five-minute test which uses artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning techniques to help detect the earliest signs of impairment.
Ada, meanwhile, is connecting medical knowledge to intelligent technology to help people actively manage their health and medical professionals to deliver effective care. Ada is already the number one medical app for 130 countries, with 15 million assessments have been completed since its global launch in 2016.
And at the heart of the start-up focus at Rewired 2020 will be the Rewired Pitchfest, our quick-fire Dragon’s Den style competition for start-ups less than three years old, that attracted over 80 entries in its first year.
The 2019 Pitchfest winner Testcard will be presenting, and sixteen finalists will battle it out in four live heats for a place in the final, which will be held on the main stage and be hosted by NHSX’s chief digital officer, Tara Donnelly.
The start-up stage, meanwhile, will be a key feature of the Rewired exhibition, providing the home for the Pitchfest heats and quick-fire presentations from range of innovative start-ups.
New for 2020 is the Digital Health Developer Conference (Def Conf), an exciting one-day dedicated event for all developers working in the health care sector, from the NHS, independents, big suppliers and start-up.
The Dev Conf, which will run alongside the Conference and Exhibition, will have a host of practical workshops and educational sessions exploring the tools, platforms and standards available to developers working in health.
The Rewired Leadership Summit on day one will include sessions from future digital leaders.
Attendance at Rewired on 4 March 2020 at London Olympia is free to all working in the NHS and attendees from start-ups less than three years old.