Getting your technology in the NHS can be a daunting task, especially if you are new to the health sector or your background is technical rather than clinical. Learn from leading commercial and clinical experts about how the NHS is structured and how best to work with the healthcare system to transform and improve patient outcomes.
NHS Readiness: How to commercialise your health technology in the NHS
Commercialising your technology in the NHS can be a daunting task, especially if you are new to the health sector or your background is technical more than clinical.
Eastern AHSN is presenting this event to help early stage innovators and SMEs meet the challenges of getting a product or service adopted into the NHS.
Come and listen to leading commercial and clinical experts. Presentations will cover:
- How the NHS is structured and who best to approach.
- How the NHS and innovators can best work together to transform services and improve patient outcomes.
- Advice on how to develop your idea into a successful NHS business case, and the importance of your product's budget impact and value proposition.
In addition, we are offering one-to-one bespoke surgery slots.
These surgeries run for approx 35 minutes, and are provided by healthcare business mentors. Spaces are limited and slots need to be booked in advance. If you wish to be considered for a one-to-one bespoke surgery, please ensure that your application is received no later than Monday 4 November 2019..
Please note that your request for a one-to-one surgery does not guarantee you a slot. We will write to successful applicants to advise if a place has been confirmed by Friday 8 November 2019.
Only one surgery place per organisation is permitted. If you have any queries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
By applying to attend this event your details will be forwarded to us by Eventbrite and Eastern AHSN will then hold those details in accordance with our privacy notice. This can be found at https://www.eahsn.org/legal/privacy-policy/.
Eastern AHSN (Academic Health Science Network) turn ideas into health impact by bringing together all partners in the health sector to develop and deliver innovative care.