Innovate Health continues to provide a unique platform for connecting stakeholders across the digital health value chain, it will showcase the exciting innovations and provide thought provoking discussion on how to promote the development & commercialization of digital health innovations in Australia, and also discuss the effects of COVID-19 on the digital health ecosystem.
It will bring together healthcare professionals, startups & entrepreneurs, health tech specialists, innovation leaders, government stakeholders, regulators and business leaders for thought leadership, networking and productive discussion.
The health and safety of our delegates, speakers and staff is our top priority. That is why Innovate Health will now run as a digitally delivered event.
You will still have access to the same great content, hear from leading experts, unique networking and business development opportunities with key decisions makers including the ability to directly ask questions and engage virtually all from the safety and comfort of your own home or workplace.
International Keynotes from:
- An Investor’s Journey To Build A Sustainable Telehealth Ecosystem In Singapore And The Region
Wai Mun Lim, Founder & CEO, Doctor Anywhere
- COVID-19 – Accelerating the adoption of the Danish Digital Health strategy
Hans Erik Henriksen, CEO, Healthcare Denmark
OTHER SESSIONS INCLUDED:
- Pandemics: Digital Health Catalyst or Disruptor?
Dr Simon Wilkins, Director, Translating Research at Melbourne (TRAM), Vice-Chair, Knowledge Commercialisation Australasia, University of Melbourne
- How Life Insurance is Solving Business Issues and Targeting Customer Health through Digital Innovation
Jen-Kui Maxwell, Member Engagement Manager, Member Engagement & Innovations, TAL Australia
Dan Canham, Head of Innovation, Member Engagement & Innovations, TAL Australia
PitchFest @ Innovate Health is a dedicated opportunity for innovators to give a 5 minute pitch to a multidisciplinary judging panel of clinicians, investors, business leaders and mentors before taking 5 minutes’ worth of questions from the panel and audience. It’s a chance for startups to put their company on the radar of the right contacts and for established players and health professionals to identify and partner with innovative teams.
For startups this is a unique opportunity to pitch to a potential first customer, investor, clinician/frontline provider, and future commercialization partner.
** To qualify for a pitchfest spot, startups who apply must have a minimum viable product, be turning over less than $1 million a year and have been in business for 5 years or less **
Submissions are now closed, if you have any questions please contact Danielle.Newman@informa.com
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Commercialising Healthcare Innovation
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