The 2022 Medilink South West Awards will take place as part of ‘CELEBRATE: HealthTech Innovation in the South West’. There are five categories to choose from this year:
Advances in Digital Healthcare
Delivering Innovation In To Health And Care
Partnership Between Academia & Business
This event is being held in partnership with the Health Tech Hub and the South West of England Academic Health Science Network.
– Increase your profile within the life sciences community
– Gain the recognition you deserve for your achievements over the last year
– Network with other healthcare and life sciences leaders
– Learn more about innovative breakthroughs happening in healthcare
Winners are automatically entered in to the Medilink UK Healthcare Business Awards June 8 2022 in Birmingham.
18:00 – Arrival
18:30 – Welcome from Prof Richard Luxton (Institute of Bio-Sensing Technology)
18:35 – Keynote Speech by Hassan Chaudhury (Department of International Trade)
19:05 – Awards Presentation
19:30 – Food and Networking
20:30 – Close
KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Hassan Chaudhury
Digital Health Specialist | Healthcare UK, Department for International Trade
Hassan leads on Digital Health for Healthcare UK a joint initiative of the Department of Health & Social Care, NHS England and The Department for International Trade (DIT). His role is to curate the UK HealthTech offer and communicate it to buyers across the world by building relationships with Governments, insurers, major tech and life science firms, academics and healthcare providers. He also supports the best global innovations to set up, invest and scale in the UK.
He is one of the founders of TECH4CV19 – a community of change-makers which acts as a matchmaker between buyers and innovators in UK HealthTech.
His background is in health and social care, specifically in frontline social work, informatics, NHS commissioning and public health. Prior to joining Healthcare UK, Hassan was a co-founder, Chief Commercial Officer and CIO of Health iQ, an award-winning real world evidence agency based in London’s Tech City, until its acquisition. He contributes to both the World Healthcare Journal and Pharmafield, is a Committee Member of the PM Society, part of #kit4carers and also holds an Honorary Research post at Imperial College London. In 2019, the Financial Times and Inclusive Boards recognised him as one of the Top 100 most influential BAME leaders in UK tech.