eHealth and mHealth - a Liverpool Revolution
Tuesday, June 25, 2013 from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM (BST)
Liverpool, United Kingdom
Speakers from Council, CCG and University teams will discuss what they have done so far to support eHealth/Assisted Living Technology companies, and then announce some exiting new measures that have been confirmed in the last few weeks.
Representatives of Venture Capital will be there to inform attendees of the possibilities for investment in high growth companies.
There will be an opportunity to network and discuss ideas one-to-one with attendees.
This event is organised and led by private sector companies, and is focused on their needs.
2.00 - Introduction – Phil Rigby from Liverpool City Council provides context Merseyside.
2.10 – Challenge to the Sector – Paul Clitheroe from Mi and Liverpool CCG.
2.20pm – SME opportunities in the Sector – Jason Taylor from Open Labs talks about some of what they have done to foster these already.
2.30pm – Spark Impact present their Venture Capital fund for Health businesses.
2.40pm – Phillps discuss how it seems from the point of view of Big Players.
2.50pm – A local SME discusses things from their perspective.
3.00pm – Paul Clitheroe, Phil Rigby, Kevin McManus from Liverpool Vision, Lisa Baldwin from the Local Enterprise Partnership. Panel discussion on what has already happened to promote the sector and what is planned. Chaired by local Tech Start-up Founder Max Zadow.
3.15pm – Networking. Venture Capital Funds AXM and MSIF will join panellists and speakers to discuss opportunities.
4pm - Close
There are a number of Liverpool City Region initiatives within the area of assisted living. There is a real opportunity for partnership working to harness this innovation for the benefit of the local economy. This event will highlight the activity already taking place and will demonstrate the opportunities for engagement.
This event is focused on opportunities and next steps. In Liverpool, there have been a number of Hack Days, unConferences, Roundtables and launch events where people have had a chance to engage with Mi various partners, debate the issues and come up with challenging and innovative approaches. There will be many more in the future. This is something different. It is a pause for breath, a chance to sum up what we have learnt so far and to announce what we are going to do next.
We have speakers from Liverpool LEP, the NHS, Liverpool City Council, all involved in initiatives to transform Social Care and Public Health in Liverpool. There will be representatives of the private sector along to talk about how they’ve been engaged as part of this. Finally we will have representatives of organisations willing to fund Entrepreneurship in this sector.
When & Where
A partnership of the NHS/Liverpool Council/VCS working with the leading Telecare/Telehealth product development company, working with Liverpool's business support organisation to create opportunities for SME's.