Upcoming Investor Publishing events & webinars
Covid-19 – Can technology help us win?14 Apr, 2020
On Tuesday 14 April at 16:15, HealthInvestor UK’s latest webinar will be a discussion on the role technology can play in the fight against Covid-19.
Kayleigh Hartigan, chief commercial officer at Zava and Mindy Daeschner of Daeschner Consulting will join Rob Munro, editor of HealthInvestor UK in exploring the impact that tele-conferencing, remote consultation and AI-powered diagnostic tools are having as clinicians work to overcome the challenges presented by the global coronavirus pandemic.
This is a unique opportunity for all stakeholders in the health and social care sectors to gain insight into experts’ views on this vital clinical component during these unprecedented times.
NMT Discussions: How the Covid-19 response has unfolded so far14 Apr, 2020
The first NMT webinar discussion is kicking off on Tuesday 14 April at 14.30. This event will feature a panel discussion on the impact that Covid-19 is having on the early years sector. Our panellists will talk about how the Government has responded to the virus and what that means for nurseries and early years providers, as well as the next steps to helping the sector overcome this crisis.
HealthInvestor Awards 202022 Sep, 2020
JW Marriott Grosvenor House, London
The HealthInvestor Awards promote excellence and recognise innovation in the independent healthcare sector and attract over 1,200 guests each year to the Grosvenor House Hotel on 22 September 2020.
Our HealthInvestor UK conferences, seminars and summits attract leading speakers from the independent sector, the NHS, and the government. HealthInvestor UK's team of experts shape market-leading programmes, ensuring delegates are informed of the latest political and financial developments in the UK health sector.
HIA events bring together operators, investors, advisors and leading industry experts who are all driving innovation in healthcare in Asia. They provide forums to hear and debate the trends and opportunities that continue to attract investors to the market. They also provide high-level networking opportunities that allow attendees to gauge market activity, identify emerging trends in the marketplace and debate the most significant challenges facing the health and social care sector.