A short-list of 16 of the most brightest start-ups for this year’s Rewired Pitchfest have been revealed. The winner will be annnounced on March 4.
The clinical software track at Rewired will be focussed on the latest developments, open platforms, large-scale implementations and benefits realisation.
Digital Health Rewired 2020 will explore how NHS organisations and their partners are using cloud to improve productivity and reduce costs.
Highlights from the Rewired 2020 programme include keynotes from author Caroline Criado-Perez and NHSX CEO, Matthew Gould, who will take to the stage on 4 March
Caroline’s keynote on 4 March will examine the unconscious biases that emerge from the gender data gaps in healthcare, technology and society as a whole.
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The start up was one of the 16 finalists in this year’s Rewired Pitchfest so we sat down with Jogundas Armaitis, the company’s co-founder, to find out more.
Fareed Iqbal’s frustrations when working as an NHS surgeon were the inspiration behind point of care cancer diagnostic device SurgEase – one of our Digital Health Rewired Pitchfest 2019 finalists. He explains more about his innovation and how he found taking part in the competition.
Having already worked with the government and in the defence sector, ByzGen saw a need to expand its innovative work on safe and efficient data sharing into healthcare. It saw the firm reach the final of the first ever Digital Health Rewired Pitchfest.
Designing innovative tools for those going through physical therapy is the name of the game for London-based start-up On The Mend. Digital Health News speaks to CEO Wesley Fogel to find out more.
In the first of our Digital Health Rewired Pitchfest finalist profiles, we speak to Dr Julian Nesbitt whose Dr Julian app aims to give speedier access to mental health support.