DigitalHealth.London and Health Foundry are excited to announce the latest 5x5x5 event – on the 9th of May.
5 companies will be given the unique opportunity to pitch their idea for 5 minutes to an audience of NHS colleagues, innovators, potential industry partners, and investors, who will give 5 minutes of feedback.
Who’s it for?
If you are a commissioner, clinician or an NHS employee interested in getting closer to digital innovations in the marketplace, or an investor looking to get involved with digital health companies – join our audience.
Who will be there?
The 5 pitchers will all be established digital health companies that have established products. We have done our best to prioritise the products that we think have the most potential to help patients in the NHS.
The audience will largely be made up of NHS staff, investors and other digital health SMEs.
What’s in it for me?
This is a great chance to get intimate access to some of the most exciting digital health innovations yet to go mainstream. It’s also a great opportunity to be at the forefront of digital health innovation and meet with innovators, investors and colleagues from the digital health world.
We aim to connect pitchers and the audience with real-world perspectives on whether proposed solutions hit the right notes.
Dr. Ben Maruthappu @M_Maruthappu (London-based Doctor & Co-Founder of Cera)
William Roberts @WilliamR0b3rts (Head of Health & Social Care, Innovation Unit)
Dr. Tim Gluck (Consultant Physician and Geriatrician, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust)
Ami Shpiro @ashpiro (Founder, Innovation Warehouse)
The 5 pitchers:
1) Log my Care @LogmyCare
Log my Care is a free care management software to help carers spend less time on paperwork and more time caring.
2) Machine Medicine @MachineMedicine
Machine Medicine is a smart system that analyses motor dysfunction in patients with neurological conditions.
3) Health-Connected @RemindMeCare
ReMe’s the leading care app for activities, support and entertainment for the elderly, dementia, MCI and learning disabilities.
4) Vida @vida
High-quality, fully managed home care. Completely tailored to you.
5) Hello Daisy @hellodaisylife
Hello Daisy is a new device that internet enables any TV so older people have greater belonging and connection to families, friends, community and health organisations and is also a platform for a range of health, mental health and community channels.